waste disposal cost Articles

  • Dewatered waste is disposed at lower cost

    By compacting and dewatering  reject, a paper recycling company avoid having to transport water for no useful purpose. SKJERN PAPIR A/S in Denmark produces 54,000 tons of liner and cardboard from recycled paper annually. In the initial sorting, the paper material is separated out from large, insoluble materials such as plastic, staples and other unwanted elements using a pulper. The ...


    By RUNI A/S

  • Waste disposal

    A Denbighshire-based waste management consultancy that assists companies in the removal of recyclables from their waste streams was recommended to use NetRegs. Stephen Wilson, Environmental Cost Savings Director of Seven Ways Environmental Services, said: “We offer companies a total waste management solution by reducing the environmental impact of the waste they produce. “We have recently ...


    By NetRegs

  • Cost analysis of the psychological effects of Waste disposal

    There is a growing awareness of the value of clean, emission free products, which forms a firm foundation for continued manufacturing operations, and even potential for new plant construction. However, the possible effect of products on human health needs to be investigated as a guideline towards improved product design and production. Thus, the psychological effect of waste disposal on human ...


    By University of Tehran

  • Beverage Manufacturer to Cut Disposal Cost

    THE PROBLEM A Pennsylvania general contractor with much experience within the beverage industry, saw that water utilization at a major food and beverage manufacturer’s facilities would benefit from an integrated approach to minimizing water consumption, while simultaneously optimizing boiler and cooling water treatment issues.  By adopting such an approach, the contractor planned to offer ...


    By Samsco Corporation

  • Is There Such a Thing as Ergonomics for Waste Disposal?

    You bet there is! Ergonomics is all around us, from keyboards that protect our wrists repetitive task injury, to workplace trainers showing staff how to lift heavy items with proper technique. Ergonomics in the workplace is especially important because workers tend to repeat the same actions countless times, day after day. Waste disposal ergonomics can be tricky, and ...


    By DJProducts, Inc.

  • Hazardous Waste Disposal

    Untitled Document Overview We're all aware of the importance of following safety precautions when we work with hazardous chemicals. ...


  • Compactor reduces waste handling, disposal cost for Furniture manufacturer case study

    S. Bent and Brothers Inc., a large New England furniture manufacturing company, has significantly reduced its hazardous waste handling and disposal costs by using a compaction machine built by Compacting Technologies International (CTI) of Portland, Ore. Roger R. LeBlanc, administrative assistant at S. Bent's Gardner, Mass., headquarters, reports tbat prior to installing the compactor in early ...


    By Waste Control Systems Inc

  • Shredding tyres stops zika virus breeding

    Zika is a dangerous disease threatening millions of people today in southern hemisphere. It is spread mostly by the bite of an infected Aedes species mosquito (Ae. aegypti and Ae. albopictus). These mosquitoes bite during the day and night. Once you get bitten it is too late to do much but what is important is to prevent this mosquito from breeding. Mosquitos typically lay eggs near water because ...


    By Tana Oy

  • Pulp & Paper Water Treatment - A look at optimizing water resource management

    Application Case Study (Pulp/Paper Operations) The pulp and paper industry has traditionally been a consumer of large amounts of fresh water and power. Recently, increased focus has been given to the optimized efficiency of paper mills and to the environmental sustainability footprint of the industry. Therefore, water resource management has become a more critical factor ...

  • 10 things you need to know about the circular economy

    10 things you need to know about the circular economy A working circular economy could be a practical solution to the planet’s emerging resource problems. Here’s 10 facts you should know. 1. Why do we need one? The circular economy is touted as a practical solution to the planet’s emerging resource crunch. Reserves of key resources such ...


    By GPT Waste Management Ltd

  • Comparison of cost estimates of final disposal facilities for carbon dioxide and high–level radioactive waste

    This paper presents new research and new cost calculations for carbon dioxide (CO2) disposal in Cuba and Lithuania, as well as lessons from the comparative assessment of CO2 and high–level Radioactive Waste (RW) disposal costs in several countries. Nuclear power and CO2 Capture and Disposal (CCD) ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Salinity solutions: from ‘waste disposal’ to ‘resource recovery’

    Saline impaired water is a ubiquitous feature of the Australian landscape and the need for innovative technologies to deal with this issue is now a priority. The ‘waste disposal’ paradigm needs to change to ‘resource recovery’ especially with environmental and legislative requirements which limit the scope, cost efficiency and sustainability of conventional saline water ...


    By Geo-Processors USA, Inc.

  • Energy efficient waste disposal solution - Case Study

    Piled higher It’s 6.20 metres high, weighs 40 tonnes and has a pressing power of 1,200 kilonewton (kN): the fully automated VK 12018 R channel baling press from HSM in Frickingen for pressing paper, cardboard and cardboard boxes has been in use by the disposal company SITA in Hochheim for around three months. There are fewer bales thanks to the enormous pressing pressure and the large ...


    By HSM GmbH + Co. KG

  • Distillery Wastewater Treatment and Disposal

    Untitled Document ABSTRACT 1. One of the most important environmental problems faced by the world is management of wastes. Industrial processes create a variety ...


  • The Trouble with Asbestos Disposal

    Hailed as a miracle mineral because of its superior fire resistance and tensile strength, asbestos was installed abundantly into our built environment for over 200 years. However, once it was established that this undeniably useful resource was a dangerous carcinogen, Australia and many other countries enacted strict regulations for handling asbestos and asbestos containing material (ACM). There ...


    By ABCOV Companies

  • Paper and Cardboard - Recovery or Disposal?

    To provide a solid basis for policies and policymakingin the field of waste management, the environmental and economic impacts causedby different waste treatment options should be examined. In recent years, a large number of studies comparing recycling with recovery or final disposal have been published, which are based on life cycle assessment (LCA) and cost-benefit analysis (CBA). To the ...

  • Low-cost composting of fruit processing wastes in Hungary

    Aim of the project The research described in this paper was undertaken in order to assess the economic and environmental viability of composting fruit juice wastes from the RAUCH Hungaria Kft. fruit processing plant in Budapest, Hungary. Hungary is a rapidly emerging economy in middle Europe, currently with a 4.6% growth rate according to the Hungarian Central Statistical Office (KSH, 1999). The ...


    By ORBIT e.V.

  • Low-cost composting of fruit processing wastes in Hungary

    Aim of the project The research described in this paper was undertaken in order to assess the economic and environmental viability of composting fruit juice wastes from the RAUCH Hungaria Kft. fruit processing plant in Budapest, Hungary. Hungary is a rapidly emerging economy in middle Europe, currently with a 4.6% growth rate according to the Hungarian Central Statistical Office (KSH, 1999). The ...


    By ORBIT e.V.

  • How Food Waste Costs Our Cities Millions

    It would take farm land the size of Mexico just to grow the amount of food that humans produce, but do not eat, every year. More food goes uneaten at the consumption phase of the supply chain—in places like homes, restaurants and cafeterias—than at any other stage. Almost all urban areas experience high levels of food waste—food that is fit for consumption when it reaches ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • High technology comes to Hazardous waste disposal – Case Study

    Skyrocketing hazardous waste disposal costs for the USC/ Division, of C.R. Bard, Inc., Billerica, Massachusetts led them to a high technology solution. USC/, a medical products manufacturer that develops and produces angioplasty catheters, had seen its solid hazardous waste disposal costs rise to almost $500 per 55- ga/lon drum, excluding costs associated with inplant storage, handling, and ...


    By Waste Control Systems Inc

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