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    Food Waste Recycling, Reduction or Disposal Systems for Education Sector

    Multi Site University Campus: Leading the curve, Universities in particular were among the first sectors to realise the importance of dealing with food wastes and as early as 2006 the Universities took to Rocket in vessel composting and food waste dewatering. With multi campus applications and the importance of cost saving through the bulking together of wastes, bringing food wastes into a centralised process made most sense. Each of the campus refectories taking on Dehydra food dewatering systems to minimise the wastes before being transported to a centralised in vessel composting system. The sites tending to have grounds and gardens on which to utilise compost – a perfect application that can be seen using our equipment in Canada, the US and the UK. For those universities with boarding on site or swimming pools, the second option being the Dragon energy system for creating the heating and hot water needed at site as an alternative to fertilizer.

    By Tidy Planet Limited based in Macclesfield, UNITED KINGDOM.

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    Dead tree disposal

    By converting dead trees into wood chips and gasifying them, our machine produces clean electricity and offsets disposal costs. Disposal by gasification also has far lower particulate emissions than controlled burns and a lower carbon footprint than decomposition, since methane emissions from anaerobic decomposition are avoided. Decomposing wood reverts all of its carbon content to CO2, but gasification sequesters a portion of it as charcoal waste, usable as biochar.

    By All Power Labs based in Berkeley, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Flares for Safe Disposal of Waste & Toxic Gases

    Our Flares are versatile in design & suitable for total destruction of waste gas/vapours. The waste gases/Vapours from petrochemical, WWTP, chemical plants have very high potential for environmental hazards. If allowed to released unburned into atmosphere. SIES offers flares and combustion systems for safe disposal of gases with high efficiency and reliability. System Designed to meet the API 521/537 norms High efficiency Burners with up to 99% thermal destruction Flares operable on fully automated, SCADA based solutions Customized & Cost effective project specific solutions Successful Installations of various types of flares at various locations.

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    Food Waste Recycling, Reduction or Disposal Systems for Airline Catering

    Major Airline catering: In Europe food wastes that are derived from food that has been created outside of the EU must be disposed of in a different manner to all other food wastes, these wastes are termed as CAT1 ICW(category 1 International catering wastes). These wastes can only be disposed at several registered sites in the UK where the cost for transportation to and the subsequent disposal of these wastes is high. Tidy Planet have been working on a new solution that meets EU and UK approval, the first application of equipment in Spring 2016. This application will also be applicable for ICW derived from cruise liners at seaports around the UK / Europe.

    By Tidy Planet Limited based in Macclesfield, UNITED KINGDOM.

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    Dead tree and forest thinning disposal

    Dead trees and wood from forest management can be chipped and dried for gasification. The electricity generated can offset electrical costs while the consumption of waste wood offsets disposal costs. Disposal by gasification also has far lower particulate emissions than controlled burns and a lower carbon footprint than decomposition, since methane emissions from anaerobic decomposition are avoided. Decomposing wood reverts all of its carbon content to CO2, but gasification sequesters a portion of it as charcoal waste, usable as biochar.

    By All Power Labs based in Berkeley, CALIFORNIA (USA).

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    Disposal of dead trees, slash, and thinnings

    Dead trees and wood from forest thinning can be chipped, dried, and converted to renewable energy while eliminating disposal costs. Disposal by gasification also has far lower particulate emissions than controlled burns and a lower carbon footprint than decomposition, since methane emissions from anaerobic decomposition are avoided. Decomposing wood reverts all of its carbon content to CO2, but gasification sequesters a portion of it as charcoal waste, usable as biochar.

    By All Power Labs based in Berkeley, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Waste management for dangerous wastes

    A wide variety of wastes are too hazardous to be disposed of by traditional means. Hospitals, clinics, laboratories, nursing homes, funeral homes, dental offices and veterinary clinics are just some examples of places that produce potentially dangerous bioactive waste, often referred to as biomedical waste. Proper disposal of biomedical waste is a complex process that must be carefully controlled to avoid serious public health risks. The waste must be placed in special bags, stored separately, transported in refrigerated trucks and carefully disposed of to eliminate potential exposure. In many cases, the waste must be autoclaved before it is land filled. This complex process results in exceedingly high costs for the disposal and treatment of biomedical waste.

    By Terragon Environmental Technologies Inc. based in Montréal, QUEBEC (CANADA).

  • Large waste bins for councils and municipalities and the industry

    Absolutely hygienic, stable and cost-efficient. The MGB with spherical base represents hygienic waste disposal of residual and organic waste as well as food waste. The dustbins are optimised for side loaders. Cost benefits for councils and municipalities as well as private waste management companies. Absolutely low-noise, serially only 89 dB in accordance with EU outdoor noise directive 2000/14 EC at the MGB 120-KB and 91 dB at the MGB 240-KB. High operational safety.

    By P. Henkel GmbH based in Kreuztal, GERMANY.

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    Waste Management Solutions for Metal Manufacturing Industry

    There are several challenges faced by the metal manufacturing industry. Firstly, there is a drive to recover as much metal credit as possible before disposal of by-products as wastes. Secondly, there is a requirement to minimise waste generation or alternatively minimise the costs of managing the disposal of any hazardous waste material generated during the manufacturing process. Finally, keeping the company competitive by generating value or by reducing costs in the manufacturing process. Any solutions that can overcome these challenges must be considered. Tetronics can assist with a range of metal manufacturing waste challenges, including:

    By Tetronics (International) Limited based in Swindon, UNITED KINGDOM.

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    Woody biomass gasification

    Converting wood waste into electricity—lumber mill off-cuts, wood from forestry thinnings (cleared of leaf matter), disposal of wooden pallets and crating (with nails removed). Wood is chipped, dried, and used to produce electricity, reducing electrical costs and paid disposal. Disposal by gasification also has far lower particulate emissions than controlled burns and a lower carbon footprint than decomposition, since methane emissions from anaerobic decomposition are avoided. Decomposing wood reverts all of its carbon content to CO2, but gasification sequesters a portion of it as charcoal waste, usable as biochar.

    By All Power Labs based in Berkeley, CALIFORNIA (USA).

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    Reliable Shredding Technology for Waste Wood Recycling Industry

    Waste wood is a precious resource that is available in large volumes and may be used either for material recycling or energy production, depending on the quality grade. The rising cost of waste material disposal and a growing consciousness for the environment also contribute to the increasing importance of waste wood recycling. The term “waste wood” includes all woods and wood-based materials that have come to the end of their product lifespan and are thus considered waste.

    By UNTHA Shredding Technology based in Kuchl, AUSTRIA.

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    Using waste wood as energy feedstock

    Waste wood that cannot be used as lumber can be chipped and dried and gasified to generate electricity, offsetting both electricity costs and disposal costs.

    By All Power Labs based in Berkeley, CALIFORNIA (USA).

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    Geotextiles solutions for landfills areas

    Historically, landfills have been the most common method of organized waste disposal and remain so in many places around the world. Landfills  are essential applications to ensure long service life and prevent soil pollution. In industrial basins, TenCate protection geotextiles guarantee the protection of the geomembrane against all risks of mechanical damages. A cost effective and environmental friendly solution to sort, treat and recycle waste.

    By TenCate Geosynthetics Netherlands bv based in AE in Nijverdal, NETHERLANDS.

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    Solutions for the food & beverages industry

    Food waste in general has a high energy density. This results in high yields when producing biogas through anaerobic treatment. Biogas is a very flexible energy product with proven capabilities in the power, transportation, and heat demanding sectors. In this sector, anaerobic digestion offers significant cost advantages over traditional disposal methods. By upgrading the biogas into natural gas using a DMT Environmental Technology system, a solid business case with an interesting return on investment is assured.

    By DMT Environmental Technology BV based in Joure (NL), NETHERLANDS.

  • Wilsa ElectroWaveTM - Oil Harvesting / Removal

    WILSA Harvests Oil from Tank Bottom Sludge at Disposal Well. ElectroWave™ Technology optimizes onsite processing and reduces costs associated with saltwater disposal operations by breaking waste emulsions and recovering additional oil.

    By Hudson Industries based in Warren, OHIO (USA).

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    Industrial briquette presses for paper briquetting

    There is no such thing as “just waste”. Business leaders are well aware that even the smallest parts of production waste have a value. By pressing foamed plastic for instance, the waste volume can be compressed at a rate of 30:1 saving storage space, disposal and transportation costs. A number of other plastics like Styrofoam that are very bulky and light weight can be utlised in this process, they include; cellular material, PUR-foam etc.. Reduce disposal costs and simplify handling with WEIMA!

    By WEIMA based in Ilsfeld, GERMANY.

  • Recirculation systems for filtration

    The appropriate quality of water supplied to a process with a re-circulating system allows for the following:

    • Savings as a result of the amount of water used.
    • Increases the amount of water available.
    • Decreases costs of waste water disposal (and unwanted spills).
    • Maintains a high quality of product.

    By Sistema Azud, S.A. based in Alcantarilla, SPAIN.

  • High performance solid-liquid separation system for deepwell industry

    Deepwell facilities for the disposal of plant waste streams often employ nominally rated spray spun elements, bags, diatomaceous earth filters, and various other types of conventional filtration technology. These labor intensive systems provide protection of the well from occlusion by suspended particle matter, albeit often with high operational cost and limited assurance of reliable fluid quality. The ongoing challenge facing a deepwell system is the requirement that the formation into which the waste is being pumped must maintain its porous nature in order to operate effectively. Therefore, reliable, effective filtration to capture particles with the potential to plug the formation is critical. Pentair Porous Media’s proven advanced separation technologies have been employed in deepwell disposal systems to enhance system reliability, assure well integrity and lower operating costs and system maintenance.

    By Pentair Filtration Solutions, LLC based in Conroe, TEXAS (USA).

  • Landfill Leachate Treatment

    Effluents from waste (leachate) are highly polluted and must be treated efficiently before they can be discharged into a municipal sewage plant or a local watercourse. Conventional treatment technologies do not suffice. Chemical processes are not economic due to the high pH buffer capacity of the leachate. Hardness and chlorides in the leachate are a problem for many plant components. Besides, process knowhow and operating experience are indispensable for an effective elimination of the harmful ammonia nitrogen. Certain processes also produce residues such as concentrates, which must be removed from the landfill body. This disposal is very expensive. WEHRLE is a reliable and experienced plant constructor for those applications. The first leachate treatment plants were built in 1991 and have been in constant operation ever since. This is not only proof of excellent technology but also for sustainable efficiency with stable, predictable, low operation costs.

    By WEHRLE Umwelt GmbH based in Emmendingen, GERMANY.

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