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  • Treatment of Different Wastes by Supercritical Water Oxidation

    Abstract If left to conventional treatment processes, the destruction of toxic organic wastewaters and associated sludge volume reduction clearly becomes an overwhelming problem. Two options, incineration and supercritical water oxidation (SCWO), exist for the complete destruction of toxic wastewaters and organic sludges. Incineration has associated problems such as very high cost and ...


    By SCFI Group Limited

  • 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

  • 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 ...

  • 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 ...

  • Eriez new eccentric rotor for RevX-E® eddy current separator

    Eriez, world leading authority in magnetic separation, announce the release of a new rotor design for its RevX-E® eddy current separator, Eriez’ most recent addition to its extensive line of recycling equipment. The new design of the eccentric magnetic rotor brings the greatest recovery of valuable non ferrous metals for application in automobile shredding, glass cullet, plastics, ...


    By Eriez Magnetics Europe Ltd

  • EPA terminates negotiations with Dow Chemical on river clean-ups

    US Environmental Protection Agency Region 5 has stopped its negotiations with Dow Chemical aimed at a settlement to conduct a study and interim cleanup actions for dioxin contamination in the Tittabawassee River system. 'EPA does not believe that the deal Dow is offering goes far enough,' said Ralph Dollhopf, Associate Director for the Superfund Division of EPA's Regional Office in Chicago. 'Key ...

  • Ahlstrom announces paper release liner recycling initiative in Europe

    Ahlstrom, a global high performance materials company, and a leading producer of release papers, has today announced a new initiative for recycling silicone coated paper release liners used by the pressure sensitive adhesive (PSA) label industry. This sustainability initiative aims to collect silicone coated supercalendered papers (commonly known as "glassine") once they have been utilized as ...


    By Ahlstrom-Munksjö

  • UNTHA optimises WtE production and metal recycling at Turkish paper mill

    An UNTHA shredder is now fully operational in Turkey’s first solid waste incineration plant. The single step XR3000C has transformed Modern Enerji’s approach to metal recycling, at the same time as boosting the production of Refuse Derived ...


    By UNTHA Shredding Technology

  • Integrated, Low-cost Solutions Are the Way Forward for Municipal Solid Waste Management Services

    The growing volume of municipal solid waste (MSW) and strict waste management legislation – dictating the need to reduce waste, raise recycling levels, and lower landfilling levels – are driving the global MSW management services market. Waste management companies are establishing efficient collection systems and strengthening their recycling capabilities to adhere to the legislations ...


    By Frost & Sullivan

  • Low Frequency Noise – the XL2 now offers a valuable toolbox for effective assessment

    The Data Explorer PC software for the XL2 Sound Level Meter now includes a series of professional tools for detailed analysis of low-frequency noise (LFN). The graphical representation of time varying frequency components offers an efficient process for identifying the presence and level of LFN. Also the associated high quality audio recording supports further correlation with the objective ...


    By NTi Audio AG

  • SEPA welcomes Energy from Waste report findings

    Two reports published by the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA), evaluate waste treatment technologies and their benefits to sustainable waste management. The reports, which have been carried out by leading environmental research consultants AEA and Jacobs, bring together key recommendations on the future of energy recovery in Scotland. The Evaluation of Energy from Biowaste Arisings ...

  • The Energy Industry Strives to Find a Sustainable Method to Harness Renewable Energy, Finds Frost & Sullivan

    The rapid depletion of the finite stock of fossil fuels places the spotlight on micro-renewables in residential and commercial applications. This technology will aid sustainable power production and lower dependency on conventional grid power by improving the competence of energy harvesting systems, without being detrimental to the environment. Analysis from Frost & Sullivan's Renewable ...


    By Frost & Sullivan

  • British Public Could Lose the Right of Public Comment

    LONDON, UK, July 13, 2007 (ENS) - An application to build a waste incinerator on the site of London's beloved St. Paul's Cathedral was delivered to the Corporation of London's Planning Office on Monday. The application was made by Planning Disaster, a coalition of British environmental organizations representing more than two million people.The application was withdrawn on Tuesday. Its sole ...

  • Long-awaited dioxins report released; EPA says low doses risky but most people safe

    After 21 years of wrangling over health threats, uncertain science and industry pressure, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Friday released its health assessment of dioxins defining how toxic they are. A group of about 30 toxic compounds, including the infamous chemical in Agent Orange, dioxins ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Lots of options to reduce greeenhouse gases and other pollutants

    Untitled Document The reality is that any form of energy generation will create some additional greenhouse gases and will add some amount of pollution or negative environmental impact. The challenge is to make ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • China: environment protection sector profile - Guangdong

    The Pearl River Delta and its surrounding provinces in South China are growing economically at a rate faster than any other region in the world. Guangdong Province is South China's economic powerhouse with more than 60,000 foreign enterprises doing business in the region since 1979. Guangdong is nationally number one in GDP, urban population income, retail sales, exports and imports. Without a ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Questions and answers on EU Mercury Policy

    What is mercury? Mercury is familiar to many as a silver-coloured liquid which expands and contracts in a thermometer to show the temperature. It is also known as “quicksilver” or "hydrargyrum" (i.e. liquid silver) and is represented by the symbol Hg. Mercury is the only metal that is liquid at ambient room temperature. It is a chemical element and therefore indestructible. ...

  • Court orders £121,520 penalty for waste crime activities

    Local criminals and landowner plead guilty to a number charges brought by the Environment Agency for illegal waste site operations in Nottinghamshire. Concluding at Nottingham Crown Court on Friday 22 November, Bloom (Plant) Limited was fined a total of £21,000 and ordered to pay £25,000. Bloom Plant Limited were also ordered to pay a further £25,000 following an application ...

  • Biowaste challenges and opportunities in the coming decade

    Facing up to the challenges of dealing with biowastes over the next decade will need the right balance of controls and incentives to encourage the reuse of waste while protecting the environment and human health, according to the UK Environment Agency. The United Kingdom produces over 100 million tonnes of biodegradable waste every year, enough to fill approximately 25 Wembley stadiums, and most ...

  • Belgium - water and wastewater market

    Belgium is one of the most densely populated and heavily industrialized nations in the world. Belgium's small area and dense population has created an acute environmental awareness, consistently ranking this smaller European nation as one of the top 20 destinations for environmental exports. The Belgian water treatment market is comprised of industrial and residential wastewater and drinking ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

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