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  • Rental agreement gives more flexibility - Case Study

    Sunarc Technology A/S treats glass with a special antireflection treatment for use in solar power plants and greenhouses. When the glass is delivered from various suppliers it arrives safely wrapped in paper, cardboard, plastic and styrofoam. Previously the used packaging was emptied into containers, which were picked up by the company’s waste collector against payment. “In February ...


    By Bramidan Balers

  • Australia : Maximizing Compostables At The Olympics

     Maximizing Compostables At The Olympics THE GOVERNMENT of New South Wales, Australia passed the Waste Minimization and Management Act in 1995, setting a reduction target of 60 percent. One indicator of how much commitment and infrastructure are available to reach this goal will be the success of the overall organics recycling achievements at the 2000 Summer Olympic Games in Sydney (see ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Help wanted: good recyclers!

    Your help is wanted (and needed)! Recycling creates new businesses that haul, process, and broker recovered materials, as well as companies that manufacture and distribute products made with these recycled materials. You can help create these jobs by making sure you’re recycling consistently and correctly. Here are some best recycling practices to be a good recycler: 1. Capture all ...


    By Eco Partners, Inc.

  • How to set up an office recycling program

    The Paperless Project states the average office worker uses 10,000 sheets of paper a year, and 45% of paper used by office workers is trash by the end of the day. CalRecycle reports that over 785,000 tons of recyclable office paper are disposed ...

  • Cosmeva acquired 7 balers X30 AD with full automatic doors - Case Study

    In order to strengthen its policy for waste recovery, valuation and flow optimization, the manufacturer of cosmetic products Cosmeva invested in 7 Bramidan balers. Centralized compaction outside was too expensive Until recently, Cosmeva relied on a complex internal organization for handling its cardboard and plastic waste. Every single production unit was generating a ...


    By Bramidan Balers

  • World famous watch manufacturer chooses Bramidan as time matters - Case Study

    Swiss leader watch designer and manufacturer TISSOT has taken advantage of the new expansion of its premises to invest in a fully automatic Bramidan channel baler to optimize waste handling procedures. For many years, Tissot had been using a 20m3 waste compactor to handle all types of waste fragments. Once full, the compactor used to be sent to an incinerator located 10 km away from the factory. ...


    By Bramidan Balers

  • Industrial Trash Compactor: Factors to Consider when Making a Selection

    Generation of waste material is inevitable in the course of industrial production and the volume can soon exceed manageable amounts, if not handled professionally. Besides this, it is mandatory by law for industries to make proper provision for it, keeping in mind the environment implications. However waste recycling has to make commercial sense too for the industries. The use of a ...

  • It’s a ‘no’ to Pay-as-you-throw

    Axion Director Keith Freegard, recently spoke to Local Authority Waste and Recycling arguing against a Pay-as you-Throw scheme suggesting an element of ‘punishment’ could be counter-productive in increasing recycling rates. In my view, the Pay-as-You-Throw principle would not be a good idea because it is another example of trying to use a ‘stick’ to punish people for their ...


    By Axion Group

  • A thought for World Environment Day

    With World Environment Day approaching, I decided I really should poke my head above the parapet. As an environmental engineer it behoves me to add my bit about waste. Let me explain where I fit in. I work in the oil and gas business (boooo I hear you say). Well that aside, someone needs to work there to keep them as clean as possible! My forte is waste and water management and zero waste is the ...


    By Ive Design

  • The Debate over the Economic Viability of Recycling

    The general view about recycling is that it is extremely beneficial to the environment. The majority of websites pertaining to environmental policies, be it private agency or government, say that a good citizen with moral credibility must do three things: Recycle everything Sort the waste ...


    By Compactor Management Company

  • Green initiatives being good for the environment and for the business

    Recycling has basically been made a required activity by the government, especially for businesses, as the environmental hazards are reacting to all the human abuse over the past few centuries in more ways than one. It might appear to be a tedious activity, but a lot of restaurants that have adopted recycling claim to have reduced their operational costs in waste disposal. Waste in ...


    By Compactor Management Company

  • For a clean Environment case study

    AmeyCespa is one of the leading providers of recycling, composting, anaerobic digestion and waste management services. The company combines the expertise of Amey, the UK’s leading public service provider, and Cespa, Spain’s major waste management company, which has over 40 years of expertise in the field. In Waterbeach, which is located only a few miles north of Cambridge (England), ...


    By WEIMA

  • The increasing importance of assessing toxicity in determining sludge health and management policy

    The harm caused by toxic industrial effluents to sewage treatment works, has been recognised for many years. These can cause reduction in biodegradable efficiency, with an associated requirement for longer treatment time, and in extreme cases, toxic shock can kill off the secondary tanks. Currently, the presence of harmful industrial effluents is made evident by their effects ...

  • Tips for Complying with the New York City Recycling Mandates.

    The NYC Department of Sanitation (DOS) states that it’s illegal for recyclables to be collected in the same bag as garbage. Here’s 5 top tips to help you avoid facing penalties: 1. Keep recycling and trash together. Reduce your stream ...

  • Space saving, streamlining and efficiency - Case Study

    The Eiffel Tower is unusual because it is immense but vertical. The horizontal space is very limited. Visitors are the justification for its existence, and storage is incompatible with its almost lace-like structure. More than 6.5 million people visit it and its restaurants and shops each year. The Tower boasts cuisine and all kinds of souvenirs. Waste collections every day Until ...


    By Bramidan Balers

  • Mixed MSW composting is steady as she goes

    Two new facilities came on line in 2006, while one ceased operation and a second is shifting to a new technology. Annual survey identifies a total of 14 plants. Part I STEADY-STATE may be the best phrase to describe the status of facilities composting mixed municipal solid waste in the United States. In fact, steady-state may be the best phrase to describe solid waste composting in general since ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Mixed MSW composting in transition

    WITHOUT a doubt, composting the mixed municipal solid waste stream is a “niche” business. It is an MSW management option that seems to be viable in very specific situations. In some instances, these plants were built to service tourist destinations, often in somewhat rural areas where recycling is difficult and landfills are distant. In several other cases, public agencies built plants to extend ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Anaerobic Digest

    Wilsonville, Oregon: Food Scraps Digester Proposed An anaerobic digester with capacity to process 50,000 to 70,000 tons/year of commercial food waste is being proposed in Wilsonville by Sustainable Organics Recycling Technology (SORT) Bioenergy. Wilsonville is in the Portland metro area. Currently, a portion of commercial food scraps from the metro area are hauled to the ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Diverting Food Residuals in Minnesota

    Untitled Document IN MINNESOTA, the land of 12,000 lakes, we are experiencing new challenges in protecting those lakes as well as our rivers ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • BioCycle World - February

    Economic, Climate Impacts Of Wasted Produce Researchers at Karlstad University in Karlstad, Sweden collected primary data on fresh fruit and vegetable (FFV) waste through direct measurements in three large retail stores in Sweden (55,000 sq.ft. to 75,000 sq.ft. in floor area) to conduct an analysis from the perspectives of wasted mass, economic cost and climate impact. A method of measuring ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

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