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  • 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

  • Global waste-to-energy market set to prosper through 2016

    According to new analysis the global waste to energy (WTE) market earned revenues of $17.98 billion in 2012 and will rocket up to $28.57 billion in 2016. More waste-to-energy plants are likely to be created in China, the United Kingdom, Central and Eastern and India, due in part to higher population densities. Within the latest International W2E Market Bulletin it is clearly shown that the global ...


    By GPT Waste Management Ltd

  • The refrigerant eater

    The cost for the decomposing of refrigerants coming from end of life refrigerators and other cooling equipment are rising more and more. Three, four or even more Euro’s per KG are becoming daily expenses for the recyclers of refrigerators. These cost are more and more effecting the financial results of the recycling companies in a negative way. We also have to consider that a growing part ...


    By ATN Engineering B.V.

  • Industry first for Enviro Technology’s continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems

    Air quality monitoring specialists, Enviro Technology, have achieved an industry first becoming the only UK supplier of Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems (CEMS) to meet the new, revised MCERTS certification version 3.3 for performance standards and test procedures. As part of stringent UK and European regulations, industrial companies regulated by the Environment Agency are required to ...

  • New film on waste management in Greenland

    Dealing with large quantities of unwanted (and sometimes toxic) waste is often difficult – but it becomes even more complicated when people live in isolated communities, in extreme environments hundreds of kilometres from the nearest treatment plant. This is the subject of a new film considering waste management in Greenland, entitled ‘Mission Greenland – for a cleaner ...

  • SONIC SIGNS ITS FIRST COMMERCIAL CLEAN-UP CONTRACT

    (Contract comprises approximately 3000 tons of PCB contaminated material) VANCOUVER, CANADA: Adam Sumel, President and CEO of Sonic Environmental Solutions Inc. (SNV.TSX Venture) is very pleased to announce that Sonic has signed its first commercial contract for onsite clean-up and treatment of ...


  • The AVA Know-how and experiences

    Applications in the environmental technology are a particular strength of AVA. With more than 20 years of expertise in mixing, drying, evaporating and process technology, AVA is an innovation leader for numerous applications. For the environmental industry, heavy-duty designs and associated long-life cycle are the outstanding properties of the AVA equipment. Under the slogan ‚Diversity ...


    By AVA GmbH u. Co. KG

  • Energos expands with acquisition of BioGen Power

    UK clean energy recovery from waste business Energos Holdings Limited (www.energos.com ), part of the ENER-G group, has acquired waste to energy business BioGen Power Limited through a share swap arrangement. Energos, which is gasification technology partner to BioGen Power and already had a 28% shareholding in the business, has released shares to the former BioGen ...


    By ENER-G

  • U.S. Army Accused of Hiding Chemical Weapons Information

    BEREA, Kentucky, October 23, 2007 (ENS) - Citizen groups trying to stop the U.S. Army from shipping waste from deadly VX nerve agent from Indiana across eight states to Port Arthur, Texas say sources who wish to remain anonymous told the groups that the Army had withheld crucial information from the public and a federal judge during a hearing on the shipments last July. Based ...

  • Regulations and Incentives Vital to Increase Power Generation from Municipal Solid Waste in Brazil, Finds Frost & Sullivan

    Brazil's economic development and environmental awareness have created a favorable scenario for the generation of power from municipal solid waste. Technological advancements over the next few years, government regulations and benefits such as distribution tariff discounts will ensure better profitability for utilities generating power from solid waste. New analysis from Frost & Sullivan's ...


    By Frost & Sullivan

  • The rapidly developing Asia Pacific makes haste to turn waste to energy, finds Frost & Sullivan

    The breakneck pace of industrialization in the Asia Pacific has brought in its wake increased quantities of waste and a spurt in energy costs, population, and greenhouse gas emissions. Landfill disposal and incineration do not find favor with governments as they create space and environmental problems, thus, countries are increasingly turning to waste to energy (WTE) as a single solution for the ...


    By Frost & Sullivan

  • AquaCritox® Qualifies For Financial Credits

    Irish firm SCFI has received a declaratory ruling from Connecticut’s Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA) - part of the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) – qualifying its world-first AquaCritox wet waste destruction technology as a Class 1 renewable energy source. The ruling means the technology is now eligible for generous ‘low emission’ and ...


    By SCFI Group Limited

  • Going Mobile with Westeria

    Westeria's Mobile Windsifters Move them where you need them! Westeria, a leading supplier of separation systems with windsifter technology, presents its latest achievement in research and development: ...


    By eFACTOR3 LLC

  • Energos turns up the heat on energy from waste

    Energos turns up the heat on energy from waste  Energy from waste (efw) facilities must utilise their  heat potential to maximise efficiency and carbon dioxide emissions savings. That  was the message from Nick Dawber, Managing Director of UK-based Energos (www.energos.com)  to The Waste to Energy City Summit, held in London on 21 ...


    By ENER-G

  • Panel backs plan for Nuclear Waste Disposal near Lake Huron

    A Canadian advisory panel Wednesday endorsed a fiercely debated plan to bury waste from nuclear power plants less than a mile from Lake Huron, saying it had concluded the project would pose no danger to the environment. The Joint Review Panel made its recommendation in a report to Canada's environment minister, Leona Aglukkaq, who is expected ...


    By Associated Press

  • Failures on climate targets show need for AD - ADBA

    Reacting to the publication today [30 June] of the 3rd Review from the Committee on Climate Change, ADBA Chief Executive Charlotte Morton said: “Despite all the talk from Government, the Committee on Climate Change has shown that we’re moving no closer to meeting climate change targets – and last year we moved in the opposite direction. “The ...

  • IFAT CHINA 2008 - Solutions for handling mountains of sewage sludge

    China is facing huge problems because of an ever growing quantity of sewage sludge – the country urgently needs practical, ecological and economic solutions to deal with the situation. China is therefore looking abroad to see how foreign know-how and efficient technologies can be used. All of which will be showcased at the environmental trade fair IFAT CHINA, which takes place in Shanghai from 23 ...


    By Messe München GmbH

  • Cambi at 18th European Biosolids & Organic Resources Conference - 18-20th November, 2013, Manchester, UK

    On behalf of Cambi, world-leading supplier of advanced anaerobic digestion plants for sewage sludge and food waste, I would like to alert you to the coming European Biosolids & Organic Resources Conference on 18-20th November, 2013 in Manchester, UK. This is Europe's foremost conference for the biosolids and biowaste ...


    By Cambi Group AS

  • Metal Separation in the Processing of Secondary Fuels - the Extraction of Potential Recycables and Equipment Protection

    The treatment of solid domestic and commercial refuse and the extraction of secondary fuels from these materials will be subject to stricter regulations due to new landfill regulations coming into force. In this way, it will be possible to further increase the recycling quotas and minimize bottlenecks in processing capacity. There are grounds for believing that the competition between ...

  • Mining metals from heat-treated landfill proven to be economically viable

    Mining metals from landfill sites can be economically viable, a recent project in the US has demonstrated. Approximately 34 352 tonnes of metals, conservatively valued at US$7.42 million (€6.67 million) were recovered from the 8 hectare ashfill site, according to researchers who analysed the project. Across the world, mountains of municipal solid waste (MSW) are produced — and ...

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