waste data Articles

  • How to make top-down and bottom-up sustainability converge

    Fits and starts are all too common in the sustainability world. One year you have budget for initiatives; the next you don’t. Management hails cost savings on individual projects, but they miss the big picture and fail to link progress across departmental boundaries. Bottom-up progress and top-down directives pass each other like proverbial ships in the night. But it doesn’t have to ...


    By CH2M Hill Companies, Ltd.

  • Sludge Blanket Level Detection – making new process opportunities possible

    Much Pulsar's Self-Cleaning Viper Sludge Sensor of the demonstrating the effective maintenance-free solution. discussion around the way we deal with sewage sludge – the way it is moved around the process, the bellmouth valves and decant processes, the downstream treatment of the liquors, important issues around TOTEX and discharge Compliance, plus more recently the ...

  • Award-winning Agritech Expo Zambia returns to Chisamba in April as agri sector continues to move with the times

    “As Zambian agriculture continues moving with changing times and environment, so does our Agritech Expo. Farmers should brace themselves for yet another awe-inspiring agribusiness and agricultural technology and B2B platform” says an excited Mr Coillard Hamusimbi, the Head of Services and Agribusiness for the ...

  • Tire Shredding: The Best Alternative

    From cars and trucks to planes, tractors, and forklifts, tires are used for a wide variety of vehicles. And those tires don’t last forever. Regardless of how many miles a tire travels, it should not be used longer than ten years past its manufacture date, as the rubber will grow brittle and can crack. This isn’t usually a problem, though, since most tires are replaced within three or ...


    By ECO Green Equipment

  • Gavin Russell, Sales Engineer at TOMRA Sorting Recycling, is sharing key considerations on managing MRF upgrades

    Gavin Russell, Sales Engineer at TOMRA Sorting Recycling, analyses the rising volume of MRF upgrades, considers the rationale driving such decisions, and shares some ideas on how to manage a successful upgrade. Material quality issues Whilst material quality is a primary factor in any evaluation of an MRF’s performance, this can be influenced by a range of ...


    By TOMRA Sorting (TITECH)

  • The Benefits of Integrated Environmental Data Management - a Waste Industry and Regulator Perspective

    This paper presents the benefits of using integrated data management software to improve the efficiency of waste operations, and the flow of information between operators, regulators and any other stakeholders such as local communities. Further benefits such as automatic reporting of key performance indicators, carbon emissions and benchmarking companies are also discussed. Waste management ...


  • How Waste Data Transformed a US Textile Collector`s Operations

    Waste data is key when scaling and expanding a collection operation. In this newsletter, we interview Nick Calandra, COO for Hearts for the Homeless, a not-for-profit charitable organization, on how they use the Enevo solution to improve the collection of lightly used clothes in Buffalo, NY. Enevo: How is your collection operation set up? ...


    By Enevo Oy

  • Waste not, spend not

    It is estimated in American health care that 40 to 100 thousand out of every million dollars spent on food gets thrown away before it’s even served. What’s tossed from the plate further fattens the waste pot. With food costs up almost 10 percent this year, the statistics can be hard to digest.Nancy Darbut, Director of food and nutrition services for the North Memorial Hospital in Minneapolis ...

  • Driving business through data

    Tim Dowling of AEA Technology looks at the increasing use of technology by environmental managers and examines what that means for the future of information management.Environmental managers have been relatively slow to use new technology to help them carry out data gathering, storage, analysis and reporting, but now scrutiny is greater, and responsibilities are broader, they are finding a ...


  • Data analytics and the materials cycle

    Data has the potential to revolutionise the materials industry, from extraction to processing to commercialisation. But it can only do so with the right mix of technology, skills and strategy. Dr Matt Jones explains. Using data is nothing new, but the rapid increase in data sources and quantity of data collected means getting the most out of it is ever more important. Properly used, data ...

  • Data destruction to go

    Mobile shredding unit reliably destroys data carriers preventing reproduction of sensitive information "Installed today - out-dated tomorrow" is a wise saying of many IT specialists. Technical progress develops at a rapid pace. Companies which are dependent on always using the newest technology, have to upgrade regularly and dispose of their waste devices. However, the hard disks contained in ...

  • Hills Minerals and Waste (UK)

    Having data stored and collected electronically can save time and ...


  • Getting more from your data

    Waste management and recycling managers are increasingly finding themselves spending more time on repetitive and low value tasks associated with collecting, processing and reporting environmental information.Initially, this was mostly associated with the need to manage legislation but now it includes communicating data and information to external third ...


  • Aerojet builds on tradition of EH&S performance and supports innovation in mobile waste data collection

    Aerojet, a GenCorp Inc. company, is a major space and defense contractor specializing in missile and space propulsion. Since its founding in 1942, Aerojet has been widely recognized as a leading force in the development of crucial technology and products that have protected America from potential enemies. In recent years, Aerojet has also played a leadership role in the implementation of ...


    By IHS

  • What a waste: solid waste management in Asia

    As urbanisation and economic development increases in Asia, nowhere is the impact more obvious than in society’s “detritus” or solid waste. Today, the urban areas of Asia produce about 760,000 tonnes of municipal solid waste (MSW) per day, or approximately 2.7 million m3 per day. In 2025, this figure will increase to 1.8 million tonnes of waste per day, or 5.2 million m3 per day. These estimates ...


    By ORBIT e.V.

  • Wasting time and effort?

    Most waste collection and disposal companies (and even municipal waste departments) would be out there pushing the “waste-less” barrow to their customers and constituents, yet within these organisations, there is often a huge waste of time and effort in the double handling of data related to their operations amongst their staff, their sub-contractors and their internal departments. Typical areas ...


    By Wastedge.com

  • Information on Waste Management Practices

    The European Topic Centre on Waste (ETC/W) has prepared this technical report on the design of catalogues on waste management and waste minimisation. During the initial stages of the work, it became evident that basic work related to data, structure and definition of common code-lists was necessary to ensure that the catalogues, at a later stage, can be used as integrated parts of the ETC/W data ...

  • Data Requirements for Soil, Sediment, and Sludge

    Site soil conditions frequently limit the selection of a treatment process. Process-limiting characteristics such as pH or moisture content may sometimes be adjusted. In other cases, a treatment technology may be eliminated based upon the soil classification (e.g., particle-size distribution) or other soil characteristics. Soils are inherently variable in their physical and chemical ...

  • Dangerous waste survey

    Introduction In the last few decades the ecological awareness has risen to a whole new level. Today investments and actions are made to improve the waste management which were previously unthinkable. One of the major steps in the waste management process is locating and estimating the amount and condition of the waste in the disposal areas. GPR surveys are irreplaceable and very ...


    By Geoscanners AB

  • Using environmental data for business value

    It’s the beginning of the calendar year, a time when many environmental professionals begin to gather their 2011 environmental data to generate reports that your regulatory agencies require. How much fuel did your stationary combustion sources burn in the past year? How many times was a certain condition exceeded in the past quarter? Were there any accidental releases this year? If so, were ...


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