car waste Articles

  • Ecological modernisation theory and the changing dynamics of the European automotive industry: the case of Dutch end-of-life vehicle policies

    In this article, we use ecological modernisation theory to analyse environmental changes in the car chain. We do not intend to cover all environmental aspects of car production and consumption. The focus will be on the handling of cars in the waste phase. We are interested in the interaction between technology and policy. We argue that some technological developments in handling end-of-life ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Study of the aluminum recovery from different industrial and urban waste

    The preliminary accomplished studies, practical as well as theoretical, demonstrate the technical and economic feasibility of the process for the treatment of this material, in addition was applied to other related materials as rubber tyre, waste cars and other. For this, a pilot plant is built in order to acquire data and experiences in the development of this type of process. In the future, ...


    By Energy & Waste S.l

  • China’s tyre recycling at a crossroads

    China introduced a ban on imports of used and waste rubber from car tyres in April last year. But with the country suffering a severe shortage of rubber resources, some tyre recycling companies have called on the government to reverse this policy. But not everyone is in ...

  • RWM 2010 Preview: Riverside Provides the Complete Solution

    Riverside Waste Machinery, the specialist shredding and baling equipment supplier, will once again have a major presence at September’s RWM exhibition (14-16th). Joining forces with pioneering Austrian shredding machinery manufacturer UNTHA on one of the largest stands of the show, the team will demonstrate its leading expertise in waste management. ...


    By UNTHA UK LTD

  • Healthcare Waste Diversion from Landfills & Total Destruction

    Our Health Matters.  The spread of disease is now an epidemic.  Healthcare Waste (hospital, funeral homes, labs, car homes, patient's waste in homes) disposal  59% is going to landfills contains potentially infectious waste.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZdTtdyQVdLs  Biomedical waste managed under Regulations accounts for only 7% of the waste ...

  • Fully continuous waste tyre pyrolysis plant

    Cars have been a need in our daily life, and more and more cars mean creating more and more waste tyres. In this manner, how to manage these waste tyres has turned into a troublesome issue. Doing produced fully continuous waste tyre pyrolysis plant can process waste tyre very well, the fully ...

  • Earthships: sustainable housing alternative

    This paper critiques an obscure form of sustainable architecture that addresses many of the environmental, social and economic challenges facing humanity. It focuses on the work of architect, Michael Reynolds, who has been experimenting with radical house designs and construction techniques over the past three and half decades. He addresses pollution, climate change and resource depletion by the ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • 2015: One turning point for the planet?

    When historians look back on the year 2015, it may well be remembered as a turning point in history when a revolution was sparked in the way humanity interacts with the planet. After all, the world’s nations have set a deadline this December to sign a landmark global climate treaty in Paris to tackle the growing environmental crisis. Critics will point out that at the last meeting in ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Case Study - Ice blast technology for nuclear decontamination

    Application: Customer has 150 gondola type rails cars used to transport contaminated soil/debris to it’s facility in the Tooele Hazardous Industry District. Customer requested CIB demonstrate/test the ice blast process effectiveness in removing contaminated soil/dirt/debris from interior steel surfaces of transport rails car. Customer requires the cleaning ...


    By Coulson Ice Blast

  • Tire Pyrolysis Plants Available For Sale For Recycling Businesses

    If you are planning to produce a waste tire recycling business, you must select a pyrolysis machine and tire shredder. Having a pyrolysis machine, you may turn waste car tires into fuel oil and commence to create profit the green energy industry. The veracity in several countries around the globe is that increasing abundances of waste tires pose significant problems, especially while they are ...

  • Tire Pyrolysis Plant For Purchase For Waste Recycling Business

    If you are planning to start a waste tire recycling business, you need to select a pyrolysis machine and tire shredder. Having a pyrolysis machine, you are able to turn waste car tires into fuel oil and start to produce money in the green energy industry. The veracity in numerous countries around the globe is the fact that ...

  • Recycling of Cars Made Green and Cleaner with Verderflex Peristaltic Pumps

    At the end of its’ life, a car yields on average, 140 kilos of shredder waste: 26 kg of metals, 69 kg of plastics, 11 kg of minerals and 24 kg of fibres. In Tiel, Netherlands, a Post Shredder Treatment plant (PST) was built in 2011, for the recycling of cars. The PST plant is one of the two plants in Europe that are able to recycle to approximately 95% of the waste materials. ...

  • Recycling Problems in Paradise

    Just a few months ago, Costa Rica landed in the center stage of environmentalism after running on 100 percent renewable energy for the first 75 days of 2015. With an already strong image in the environmentalist movement,this achievement only came to reinforce the country’s relevance in the green arena. Nonetheless, critique ...


    By Earth Day Network

  • Everything You Need To Know About Continuous Tyre Pyrolysis Plant

    The continuous tyre pyrolysis plant may meet the demands of most customers, saving cost and eliminating the necessity for manual work. Generally, the fully continuous tyre pyrolysis plant can utilize waste tyres, medical ...

  • Junk removal company versus dumpster rental

    With the hot summer days ahead of us, now is the time to organize your home and get rid of the junk cluttering your valuable space. It’s very satisfying and rewarding to clear away the debris which may be lingering in your attic, yard, basement, garage, etc. There are several ways to go about removing your junk. 1) Rent a dumpster 2) Hire a local waste removal company to haul off your ...


    By Econo Junk Removal

  • Plastics recycling industry ‘Wish List’ for a rapid transition to a Circular Economy

    The producers of automobiles and electronics across Europe have been given the responsibility for the end-of-life capture, collection and recycling or recovery of the products that they put on the market. Under this Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) legislation the focus is placed upon ‘polluter pays’ by making branded manufacturers and importers share the financial burden of the ...


    By Axion Group

  • Design Method of Plastic Subtraction

    The R&D Department considers the need for recycling and disassembly when designing products. The material suitable for plastic recycling in the United States does not focus on which plastic is the best choice for making individual parts, but on materials that can be widely used. This is a revolutionary change in conception.   In order to facilitate  ...

  • Get better tire shred quality with less expenses - Case Study

    Rubber waste originated from car and truck tyres is almost equal in heat value as gasoil and even 25% more effective than coal. There are extremely high quality requirements for the rubber waste used in the burning process at power plants. The particle size needs to be homogenous and no remnants of metal wires are tolerated in the furnace. Quality issues in particle size as well as ...


    By Tana Oy

  • Car Wash Wastewater Treatment - Case Study

    Wastewater Treatment Plant, Robina Car Wash, Qld Case Study: Car Wash WWTP Client: Robina Car Wash Year: 2012 Capacity: 800 l/h BACKGROUND Car washes use very little potable (mains drinking) water by using fine nozzles and high pressure hoses. Linked ...


    By Hydrasyst

  • `Train`-ing the waste management industry

    For the past 15 years, the waste management industry has done a commendable job in responding to public concern over environmental issues, especially the demand for more recycling. However, while waste reduction strategies are crucial, Canada's booming economy has meant increased production of construction and demolition (C&D) and institutional, commercial and industrial (IC&I) waste. As ...

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