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  • Portland Oil Re-Refining Company ordered to safely dispose PCB-contaminated oil or pay penalty

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 10 has ordered Oil Re-Refining Company (ORRCO) of Portland, Oregon to properly dispose of PCB-contaminated oil or pay a federal penalty. EPA issued the order to expedite disposal of the PCB waste to protect human health and the environment. “EPA enforcement helps deter violators, who could otherwise gain an unfair business advantage over ...

  • Brothers Drinks Co. Ltd. Wins FINAT End-user Recycling Award

    Brothers Drinks Co. Ltd. has won the 2016 FINAT End-user Recycling Award for its involvement in a PET liner recycling programme, set up by Avery Dennison and PET UK. PET is by far the most recycled plastic material in Europe, with the equivalent of more than 66 billion bottles recycled in 2014. However, recycling silicone-coated PET liner is more complex and challenging, and was achieved in ...


    By Avery Dennison Corporation

  • World experts discuss new technologies in waste recycling at Eco Asia Conference

    Wrapping paper, disposable tableware, leftovers… an enormous amount of municipal waste is produced every day. Environmental protection and waste reduction have become a global issue. With the theme “Waste Management and Recycling”, yesterday’s Eco Asia Conference, held during the 8th Eco Expo Asia, saw participants engaged in a green dialogue exploring new solutions for ...


    By Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd

  • Curative and preventive wear protection: Boiler Coatings Seminar in France

    On 1st March 2016, Castolin Eutectic and its Whertec division are hosting a seminar dedicated to industrial boiler users from incineration plants, biomass, power generation, pulp & paper plants or other industries. The seminar will tackle wear phenomena caused by corrosion, erosion and abrasion encountered during production processes. The seminar will take place from 9am to 4.30pm at the ...


    By Castolin Eutectic

  • Hot news from Yorkshire

    Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies has been awarded a major contract to supply its BIOTHELYS® thermal hydrolysis technology at Yorkshire Water’s Esholt WwTW. The Esholt works has operated a sewage sludge incinerator for many years, but Yorkshire Water is adopting a more sustainable route for sludge treatment and disposal. The Esholt Bioenergy Project is being engineered and ...


  • Biffa plans to expand operations in Staffordshire

    A public consultation is being held for residents of Cannock, Staffordshire as Biffa plans to expand its anaerobic digestion (AD) facility and build an energy from waste (EfW) plant in the area. The plans, yet to be formally submitted, relate to the Poplars and neighbouring Kingswood sites in Cannock where Biffa already manages a large landfill site. In November last year, MRW reported ...

  • Entsorga-Enteco 2009 – Focus on `Air Quality Control & Emissions Protection`: Mission `Clean Air` forges ahead

    Air quality control is one of the success stories of European environmental policy. Ever fewer air pollutants are being released into the atmosphere from power stations, waste incineration plants,industrial processes. But this is no reason to sitback. Environmental policy is still focussing above all on nitrogen compounds such as NOx and ammonia as well as particulate matter and ground-level ...


    By Koelnmesse

  • ABB emissions monitoring system helps clear the air in Chile

    The solution is a vital component in Polpaico’s efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions at its Cerro Blanco cement plant near Santiago and help Chile’s leading cement manufacturer improve air quality in the country’s most populous region. According to the World Health Organization, air quality in Santiago rates among the world's worst. That is largely because greater Santiago is built in a ...


    By ABB

  • Axion: what’s best for low grade plastics?

      With levels of waste plastics rising in the UK as a result of China's National Sword scrap import policies, the debate is picking up over what to do with them. Landfilling, rather than incineration, might be the better option, suggests Keith Freegard, Director of plastics recycler Axion Polymers.     ...


    By Axion Group

  • Scientists turn oily soil into productive ground

    Scientists are cleaning soil contaminated by oil spills in a way that saves energy and reclaims the soil's productivity, using a process known as pyrolysis, which involves heating contaminated soils in the absence of oxygen. They use a process known as pyrolysis, which involves heating contaminated soils in the absence of oxygen. This approach is much better for the environment than standard ...


    By Rice University

  • European successes in reducing toxic metal pollutants

    Strategies in Europe to protect human health and the environment from the harmful effects of heavy metals have been successful in reducing atmospheric emissions of cadmium, lead and mercury, according to a recent study. The study suggests further reductions are possible. Heavy metals are toxic to human health and can damage the environment. For example, if large amounts of lead build up in the ...

  • PCME launch a new range of QAL1 certified Continuous Particulate Emission Monitors using Backscatter technology

    PCME Ltd, a global leading specialist in the development, manufacture and supply of continuous particulate emission and flow monitors, introduce a new range of Backscatter Particulate Emission Monitors designed to meet global demands for quality measurement in low to high dust concentrations. Engineered with single side stack mounting and with full audit capability, the QAL 260 and QAL 360 range ...

  • 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 ...


    By Axion Group

  • Systematic waste management systems lacking in Poland, says EU

    Today, 97% of municipal waste in Poland is stored in landfills without any pre-sorting. Although EU legislation is now in force in Poland, this is still the most popular means of waste disposal. Systematic approaches to waste management are lacking, and there are not enough waste recovery and recycling plants. At present, the issues of standards of conduct and means of providing services are ...


  • Eaton’s Aerospace Facility in Titchfield Honored for Reducing Waste Through Zero Waste-to-Landfill Program

    Eaton is honoring employees at its aerospace facility in Titchfield, U.K., for achieving "zero waste-to-landfill" by nearly eliminating all wastes sent to landfills through strategies such as recycling, re-use and new work processes. Eaton is encouraging its manufacturing sites to achieve zero waste-to-landfill as part of its waste management program and also as a means to reduce the release of ...


    By Eaton Corporation

  • Waste-to-Energy - A burning issue for tomorrow`s cities

    Long considered a costly problem, municipal solid waste is now emerging as an important revenue-generating feedstock for waste-to-energy systems. As municipalities look to improve energy efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions as part of their sustainability planning initiatives, new and innovative methods for burning wastes to generate heat and power are emerging. And while, at first ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Cement industry will spend $3.5 billion for air pollution control in 2010

    With China leading the way, the cement industry will invest more than $3.5 billion for air pollution control systems in 2010.  Nearly 50 percent of this investment will be for fabric filters. These are the latest forecasts from the McIlvaine Company reports: World Fabric Filter and Element Markets, Scrubber/Adsorber/Biofilter World Markets, NOx Control World Markets and Electrostatic Precipitator ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Cambi has been awarded a contract for the thermal hydrolysis process (THP) scope

    Cambi has been awarded a contract for the thermal hydrolysis process (THP) scope of the Beckton and Crossness (Thames Water) advanced digestion projects, serving two of Europe’s largest sewage treatment works. Tamesis (joint venture between Imtech and Langs) let a subcontract to Cambi in July 2012 for the turnkey supply of 2 separate 2x3 reactor B12 Cambi plants, one for Beckton and one for ...


    By Cambi Group AS

  • Hamon Research-Cottrell licenses J-Power EnTech’s ReACT technology

    (Somerville, NJ) Hamon Research-Cottrell has entered into a formal license agreement with J-Power EnTech, Tokyo to market J-Power EnTech’s ReACT technology in North America. ReACT (Regenerative Activated Coke Technology) is an advanced multi-pollutant control technology for highly efficient control of SOx (SO2 and SO3), NOx, mercury and particulate.  ReACT is a commercial technology with ...


    By Hamon USA

  • Finland: Towards comprehensive recycling of reinforced plastic

    Untitled Document New applications for fibre-reinforced plastic waste are being developed by a recycling project in Finland. The Kierrä Project both determines the origin of ...


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