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  • Research and Markets: Biogas Production; Pretreatment Methods in Anaerobic Digestion

    Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/9s5f75/biogas_production) has announced the addition of John Wiley and Sons Ltd's new book "Biogas Production. Pretreatment Methods in Anaerobic Digestion" to their offering. Biogas Production covers the most cutting-edge ...


  • EBS to participate in microbiome study

    EBS to Participate in Microbiome Study Anaerobic Wastewater Treatment and Digester Study As announced in our newsletter, EBS is now partnered with Microbe Detectives (MD) of Milwaukee, WI to apply advanced metagenomics to wastewater treatment applications. The first joint project among Microbe Detectives, EBS, and several other MD Alliance Partners is to study ...

  • AD wastewater treatment technology launched

    Celje, Slovenia. Anaerobic digestion (AD) is being used in a new generation of wastewater treatment plant being marketed by EKO GEA, a Slovenian manufacturer of biological products for the waste sector. The plant incorporates a simple design with a small footprint and requires no power whatsoever. At its core is specially-sourced “tuff” bio-media and EKO GEA’s proprietary bio-active marine algae ...


    By Eco Gea - Nejc Dordic SpA

  • Innovative composting system halves waste reduction time

    Independent composting firm Greenview Environmental is opening the first of four cutting edge ‘organic refineries’ next month. Using an in-vessel aeration system developed by Greenview Environmental founder John Jardine, the refinery will start production on 1 July in Corby. The IVAS composting technology reduces kerb-collected municipal and commercial organic waste to soil improver in just six ...

  • The Potential for Biogas in Africa

    When thinking about renewable energy it’s common to think of wind power and solar. However there is massive potential in Africa for the utilisation of renewable gas for power generation. Some naturally occurring microbes are able to break down organic material in the absence of oxygen to produce different types of biologically created gas – ‘ ...


    By Clarke Energy

  • Useful waste is a win-win for energy and food

    The future is increasingly bright for renewable energy, with the US aiming to cut the price of solar photovoltaics by 75%between 2010 and 2020. Denmark plans to obtain 50% of its energy from windjust five years from now. But one form ...


    By Climate News Network

  • Manure and sewage can provide crops with more phosphorus than chemical fertilisers

    Phosphorus in sewage and manure could be more available to crops than previously thought, suggests new research. The study found that some forms of sewage and manure treatment provided plants with more phosphorus than conventional inorganic fertilisers. Over the past 50 years, chemical fertilisers containing inorganic phosphorus have boosted crop yields and food production across the globe. ...

  • Brewing up sustainability

    Original story at MIT News Each day, breweries and wineries produce thousands of gallons of wastewater, which is either poured down the drain or shipped to treatment facilities at a high cost to the companies. Now MIT spinout Cambrian Innovation is commercializing a novel treatment ...

  • Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District and Ostara Partner to Install Commercial Nutrient Recovery Facility

    MADISON, WI and VANCOUVER, BC - The Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District (MMSD) and Ostara Nutrient Recovery Technologies Inc. have partnered to install a new Nutrient Recovery Facility at MMSD's Nine Springs Wastewater Treatment Plant. The District, which serves 340,000 people in the cities, towns and villages surrounding Madison, selected Ostara's Pearl® Nutrient Recovery technology for ...

  • Major advance made in generating electricity from wastewater

    Engineers at Oregon State University have made a breakthrough in the performance of microbial fuel cells that can produce electricity directly from wastewater, opening the door to a future in which waste treatment plants not only will power themselves, but will sell excess electricity. The new technology developed at OSU can now produce 10 to 50 more times the electricity, per volume, than most ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Global 8 Environmental Technologies Signs Letter of Intent With TecSul in Brazil to Help Deploy Innovative Wastewater Treatment

    Global 8 Environmental Technologies Inc. (http://www.g8et.com/) (PINKSHEETS: GBLE) has signed a letter of intent to collaborate with TecSul Projetos e Agronegócios of Concórdia, SC, Brazil on the adoption of innovative wastewater treatment technology. Wastewater from sewage, ...


  • Captive power plant efficiency for Africa

    Power distribution networks across Africa are notoriously unreliable. Frequent power interruptions can be enormously costly for many of the continent’s factories. Not only do power outages disrupt production batches, they can also damage or reduce the life of important plant components such as kilns. This too has a knock-on effect on wider the country’s gross domestic product – ...


    By Clarke Energy

  • A*STAR Showcases 17 Innovative Solutions for Tackling Urban Living Challenges at World Cities Summit 2010

    Singapore, June 28, 2010 - (ACN Newswire) - Seventeen innovative solutions from the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), that hold promise of enhancing lifestyle, improving healthcare delivery and making urban living more sustainable and liveable, will be showcased at the World Cities Summit (WCS) from 28 June 2010 - 1 July 2010, at Suntec Convention Centre.Among the A*STAR ...


    By Japan Corporate News - JCN

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