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  • Making Commitments and Mobilizing Resources for Integrated Sanitation - achieving Improvements at Scale

    The session will provide an opportunity for the rapporteurs of the different target sessions to feedback to the Priority for Action Core Group about the main outcomes from their sessions. These outcomes will be discussed in relation to the proposed commitments and the steps for furthering these commitments. The discussions will provide country representatives the opportunity to offer their ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • An empirical analysis of factors influencing users` adoption and use of mobile services in China

    This study examines factors that influence users' adoption of mobile services. Using data collected from mobile phone users in China, we compare adopters' and non-adopters' perceptions on mobile services using a general model. Structural equations modelling testing results show that perceived usefulness and perceived service cost affect mobile service adopters' and non-adopters' perceptions, ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • AXO Shredders Case Studies - UK

    Russell Richardson and Sons have observed their shredding business continuously improve since they commissioned an AXO WM 608 Mobile Document Shredding Machine from AXO Shredders. Having previously only provided off site shredding the AXO WM 608 Mobile Shredding System has allowed Jonathan Richardson to respond to and efficiently meet customers on site shredding requirements. High throughput and ...


    By AXO Shredders Ltd

  • Case Study: United Kingdom

    Russell Richardson and Sons have observed their shredding business continuously improve since they commissioned an AXO WM 608 Mobile Document Shredding Machine from AXO Shredders. Having previously only provided off site shredding the AXO WM 608 Mobile Shredding System has allowed Jonathan Richardson to respond to and efficiently meet customers on site shredding requirements. High throughput and ...


    By ALPINE SHREDDERS LIMITED

  • Alternative sanitation technologies for emergencies and reconstruction situations

    Emergency situations following events such as earthquakes, tsunamis, cyclones, floods, land-slides, droughts, and wars provide challenging environments for intervening agencies with regards to hygienic water and sanitation provision. The concern is that quick fix emergency solutions for sanitation may not be sustainable in the long term, while many emergency interventions and their ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Transboundary Pollution

    All pollutants can be transported through the aquatic environment and atmosphere, and many accumulate in downstream water bodies and their biota. The probability that pollution will cause transboundary impacts depends on the location of its source in relation to national boundaries, as well as the time it takes for a given pollutant to degrade. In general, microbial pollution is primarily a local ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Beyond Throughput

    If you are in the market for new or used Mobile Document Shredding (MDS) equipment, you need to understand your options. In the last decade, the MDS industry has gone through some major advancements. This alone makes it very important to consider all the features and capabilities of today’s MDS equipment. REACHING CAPACITY. The most common mistake made by consumers when selecting MDS ...


    By Shred-Tech Corp.

  • 5 Ways to Make Recycled Tires Fun for Your Family

    Recycling tires is safe, environment friendly, and can even be quite fun for your family. If you have used tires and are looking for some ways to recycle tires for some family fun, here are few ideas: 1. A Sturdy Sandbox Work together as a family to create a durable sandbox for your backyard from a recycled tractor tire. Add paint to your tire for a customized and entertaining ...


    By ECO Green Equipment

  • Mali infrastructure : a continental perspective

    In recent years Mali's economy has grown steadily at a rate of more than 5 percent per year, driven by developments in gold mining, cereal harvests, and telecommunications. Mali's landlocked condition, together with its very uneven distribution of both population and economic activities between the arid north and the much richer south, challenge the country's ability to sustain this pace of ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • The City of Toronto rolls out its waste diversion program

    The City of Toronto is in the final stages of rolling out its multifaceted waste diversion program, which is now city-wide. Entitled 'Target 70,' the program's key objective is diverting 70 per cent of city-managed waste from landfill disposal. This represents about 250,000 new tonnes of diversion. As the plan takes effect, the city will become a North America leader in waste diversion. In ...

  • NHS managers urged to meet carbon reduction targets

    New plan on sustainable health sets out the steps that NHS managers must follow to cut carbon emissions. NHS Managers in the UK will be handed a number of measures they need to take to meet the government's carbon reduction targets, which involves cuttings its carbon emissions by 10% by 2015. This is part of the new “Vision for Sustainable Health: A Route map” to be set out today. ...


    By Vital Efficienci Ltd.

  • Hammarby Sjöstad - case study

    Every year thousands of visitors come from all corners of the globe to study the sustainable solutions in Hammarby Sjödstad. The vacuum waste collection system by Envac is a critical part of the district’s sustainability program. When the district was planned the environmental objectives for the waste management were: to reduce the total amount of household waste to ...


    By Envac AB

  • Cameroon`s infrastructure : a continental perspective

    Better access to improved infrastructure services is an important engine for economic growth. The poor state of infrastructure is a key bottleneck to growth in African countries, and Cameroon is no exception. Between 2000 and 2005, improvements in information and communication technologies boosted Cameroon's growth performance by 1.26 percentage points per capita, while deficient power ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • The sustainability challenge: Meeting the needs of the water-energy nexus

    In 2009 Davos World Economic Forum reported that the world is quickly heading towards “water bankruptcy.” As global population soars, food, energy and freshwater are becoming increasingly scarce. Water, whether for potable or industrial use, is limited, and some supplies are not useable. The need for water in the developed world is high. Two-thirds of all the water consumed is used ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Niger`s infrastructure : a continental perspective

    Between 2000 and 2005 infrastructure made a net contribution of only 0.3 percentage points to the improved per capita growth performance of Niger, one of the lowest in Sub-Saharan Africa. Raising the country's infrastructure endowment to that of the region's middle-income countries (MICs) could boost annual growth by about 4.5 percentage points, mainly by improving the condition of the road ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Tackling waste in the sands of the Sahara

    When gas was discovered in the mid Sahara areas of North Africa in the 1990s Andy Ive was asked by BP to help set up the water and waste infrastructure for what amounted to four small towns 600 km into the desert. No local infrastructure at all existed for the waste and water to be produced by 2-3000 workers. IVE overcame sandstorms, extreme heat, poisonous snakes and patented a novel solution to ...


    By Ive Design

  • Integrating RFID technology into Waste Management operations

    What would you do if you knew of an innovative technology that could be implemented throughout many waste management processes? One that could improve the efficiency of your hauling fleet and staff, help reduce pollution and return higher profits? Well, it’s here and if you haven’t already considered it, now is the time. With significant advancements realized over the last several ...


    By Waste Advantage Magazine

  • Cellular probe technology applied in advanced traveller information system

    Advanced Traveller Information System (ATIS) is one of the important components of Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) Architecture and Cellular Probe (CP) technology is regarded as a promising detection technology for the next generation traffic data collection system. Within the recent years cellular location technology develops very fast. The accuracy of mobile location has been remarkably ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Tips to Buy Conveyor Belt Cleaner Equipment

    Conveyer belts are widely used in the food processing and packaging industry. They are also critical to the functioning of pharmaceutical labs and drug manufacturing facilities. These industries have stringent hygiene norms and, therefore, you need to ensure that any conveyor belt cleaner you use is non-polluting and does not generate exhaust. A conveyor belt cleaner is powered by electricity. ...


    By Daimer Industries Inc.

  • Asia–Pacific Analysis: Safer path needed for e-waste

    Instead of limiting imports of electronic waste, the Asia–Pacific region should set up a robust recycling system, says Crispin Maslog. Garbage in, garbage out is a phrase to describe what happens when computers find the wrong solution in response to the wrong input data. But when computers and other electronic products have outlived their usefulness, they literally do become rubbish ...


    By SciDev.Net

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