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  • Macrotek selected for two acid scrubber contracts

    Macrotek Inc. has announced receipt of two major contracts for a hazardous waste treatment service provider in Central Canada. Macrotek will design, engineer, and deliver two counter-current packed bed scrubbers for the removal of acids from process gas. Acids being removed include HCl, Cl2, and HCN. Macrotek’s Packed Bed Scrubbers will be ...


    By Macrotek Inc.

  • Axion Engineering expands its recycling machinery range

    Axion Engineering has signed a sales and marketing agreement with NESTRO Lufftechnik GmBh to promote and sell NESTRO’s air separation products and technologies in the UK and Ireland. Established in 1987, NESTRO operates from several sites across Europe and has over 250 employees. NESTRO designs and produces innovative air separation products and vacuum systems for sorting lightweight films, ...

  • Axion Engineering shows the lighter side of recycling technology at RWM 2011

    Resource recovery specialist Axion Engineering makes its sales and marketing debut with NESTRO Lufftechnik GmbH at the UK's premier waste management show RWM 2011 to showcase NESTRO’s range of highly-efficient air separation technologies for diverse waste material streams, including those from kerbside recycling, mixed plastics, paper/card/wood, energy from waste and construction ...

  • RBF to Assist SMWD with Civil Engineering for Water Supply and Recycled Water Projects

    RBF Consulting (RBF), a Company of Michael Baker Corporation (NYSE MKT:BKR) was recently selected by Santa Margarita Water District (SMWD) for a $640,000 civil engineering services contract to design new pipelines, reservoirs and appurtenant facilities to provide water and recycled water to support Rancho Mission Viejo’s new planned community which is located within SMWD’s service ...


    By RBF Consulting

  • Recycled Tires: How they are Recycled and Disposed of.

    You use them every day. Whether you drive a car, take a bus, ride your bike, or fly in a plane, all of these methods of transportation rely on rubber tires. This applies to billions of other people across the world each day, too. It might surprise you to know just how many scrap tires are produced each year around the world, and how those previously used tires are effectively being put to use in ...


    By ECO Green Equipment

  • The Recycling Innovators Forum Incentivizes Recycling’s Future

    Alcoa, The American Chemistry Council’s Plastics Division, Coca-Cola Recycling, eCullet, Resource Recycling, Inc. and Waste Management, Inc. today announced the 2013 Recycling Innovators Forum and Competition. Open to anyone willing to participate, the Recycling Innovators Forum and Competition seeks original and actionable innovations that have the potential to transform the recycling ...


    By Alcoa Inc

  • 10 days to Recycling 2015!

    We will be happy to welcome you at RECYCLING 2015 from 3 -5 November 2015, booth 376 at Evenementenhal Gorinchem, The Netherlands . Come have a talk about your upcoming projects and see what we can do for you. Our sales engineers will be happy to explain the range and capabilities of our machines and advise you in any way they ...


    By Valvan Baling Systems NV

  • Newell Engineering History

    With the realization of one brilliant idea, Alton Scott Newell revolutionized the scrap metal industry and significantly contributed to the ongoing effort to recycle used metals and conserve the Earth’s precious resources. His invention of the Newell Shredder offered a method of scrapping metal that created a better end product with drastically reduced energy and processing cost. The ...


    By The Shredder Company (TSC)

  • Glass recycling business crushed

    Four glass recycling companies wound-up in the High Court MAGNA GROUP PLC MAGNA ENGINEERING LIMITED MAGNA RECYCLINIG LIMITED MAGNA TOUGHENED GLASS LIMITED A group of companies headed by Magna Group plc (“Magna plc”), has been wound up in the High Court following an investigation by Companies Investigation Branch (“CIB”) of the Insolvency Service. The group claimed to be capable of ...


  • Putting tyres on the recycling road

    Each year about one billon tyres are discarded around the world with most ending up in landfill. Tyres are almost impossible to recycle economically and create health and environmental hazards when burned. Given that global demand for rubber currently exceeds supply, industry’s inability to economically recycle tyres also represents lost opportunities in terms of potential resource efficiency and ...

  • Increased recycling - inventories required

    DNV has for nearly two decades been actively involved in issues relating to harmful substances on board vessels that are ready for recycling. Over almost the same period, DNV has also been involved in improving the whole recycling process. In May this year, a new IMO guideline – “International Convention for the Safe and Environmentally Sound Recycling of Ships” – is to be adopted. “DNV has ...


    By DNV GL

  • World First for Water Recycling

    Sunshine Coast based business leads world with new domestic water recycling technology With the subject of water supply very much on every local and state government agenda and the minds of every Australian, an award winning Sunshine Coast company, EcoNova, has achieved a world first in domestic water recycling technology. Their patented water recycling system NovaClear™ is the first ...


  • Frac water recycling

    GE (General Electric) have introduced a mobile evaporator which is specifically designed to help natural gas producers recycle untreated waters resulting from hydraulic fracturing (fracking). The evaporator is energy efficient, fully transportable, cost effective and will enable onsite frac water recycling. There are massive amounts of natural gas and oil buried deep below the Earth's surface in ...

  • Is R410A a problem for the recycling?

    R410A has a low boiling point and requires high pressure and low heat exchange temperatures in order to be properly liquefied. Degassing for instance R12 units (refrigerators) alongside R410A containing AC units requires a carefully dosed intake of the refrigerant into the condensing unit. Otherwise R12 can allready condensate in the compressor and this causes damage to pistons and valves. In ...


    By ATN Engineering B.V.

  • Is R410A a problem for recycling?

    R410A with his low boiling point requires high pressure and low heat exchangertemperatures in order to be properly liquefied. Degassing for instance R12 units (refrigerators) together with R410A containing AC units requires carefully dosed intake of the refrigerant into the condensing unit. Otherwise R12 can condensate ...


    By ATN Engineering B.V.

  • Investing in a tire recycling machine

    Are you interested in investing in a tire recycling machine? Do you have a business, or an idea for one, that could make use of recycled tire products? Are you currently purchasing recycled tire products from other sources and considering taking in the recycling process in-house? Does your operation produce a large volume of used tires that could potentially be recycled and given new life? ...


    By ECO Green Equipment

  • Three years of aeroplane recycling

    The association for recycling aeroplanes, AFRA, based in Châteauroux (Central France), is celebrating its third birthday. Since it was created, the dismantling and recycling of planes has progressed constantly. The number of members has increased by 360%, and the association now has 40 members in the international community of specialist firms dismantling and recycling planes. No less than 50% of ...

  • Global Electronics Recycling Industry

    Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: Global Electronics Recycling Industry ...


    By ReportLinker

  • UNTHA Recycling Days

    True to the motto "Reliable shredding technology – be part of it", we would like to invite you to join us at the First UNTHA Recycling Days in Kuchl near Salzburg on May 25th and 26th, 2011. Separation, classifying and recycling of waste has been part of everyday life for years. Shredding technology often is the core element in partly ...


    By UNTHA Shredding Technology

  • EPA Supports Electronics Recycling

    Washington, D.C. - Retailers and electronics manufacturers voluntarily recycled more than 34 million pounds of electronics in 2006 as part of their commitment to the Environmental Protection Agency's Plug-In To eCycling program. The program is a voluntary partnership between EPA and electronics manufacturers and retailers to offer consumers more opportunities to donate or recycle their used ...

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