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  • Waste Refinement, LLC Announces New Alternative Technology to Process Waste Materials

    Waste Refinement, LLC, today announced that it is bringing to market a new, environmentally friendly alternative to the management of waste -- a proven, green technology that will transform the way communities process their waste. Who would have thought, even five years ago, that the garbage man would be the one to bring about the next transformational innovation. Waste Refinement has ...


  • China: solid and hazardous waste management

    Solid waste management, including hazardous waste and electronics waste treatment, has become a key environmental priority in China. The lack of adequate waste treatment facilities and decades of poor management practices, particularly with respect to hazardous wastes, have combined to create a serious threat not only to the environment but also to public health. China’s solid waste can be ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Marchwood Scientific new range of services for biodegradable waste

    Marchwood Scientific Services Ltd (MSSL) the independent Dioxin testing laboratory near Southampton has now extended its package of testing services for biodegradable wastes. The EU Landfill Directive and corresponding UK Landfill Regulations set targets designed to divert biodegradable municipal wastes (BMW) away from landfill. These targets state that by 2010, only 75% of the 1995 quantity of ...

  • 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

  • “Public Perception and Bureaucracy Slowing Gasification Uptake in UK” - Waste Management World

    Public perception of waste to energy facilities and confusion with incineration has been a major barrier to commercial uptake of gasification facilities being developed in the UK. This is in stark contrast to Germany, where such projects provoke little controversy. While plasma gasification seems to offer many advantages that would seem appealing to major waste management companies, getting a ...


    By Advanced Plasma Power (APP)

  • London announces GBP 24m waste & recycling program

    The Mayor of London and the London Development Agency (LDA) have announced a GBP 24 million waste and recycling programme to support the development of infrastructure to manage London's commercial and industrial waste over the next four years. The programme aims to help to tackle climate change by reducing the amount of London's waste being buried in landfill and burnt in incinerators. To take ...

  • 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

  • Research and Markets: Waste Management Market Report - UK 2012-2016 Analysis

    Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/l575wr/waste_management_m) has announced the addition of the "Waste Management Market Report - UK 2012-2016 Analysis" report to their offering. ...


  • 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

  • Waste to Energy Markets to Grow 11.2% Annually Through 2021: SBI Bulletin

    Industrial and energy market research publisher SBI has released a research study on the global ...


    By SBI Reports

  • MarketResearchReports.biz: Global Waste To Energy Market Growth 2012-2018

    Global energy market is witnessing a shift toward waste to energy technologies as a result of the increasing energy demand worldwide, depletion of conventional energy sources, and growing concerns of environmental pollution from conventional energy sources. Governments across the globe and social organizations are offering financial schemes for encouraging generation of energy from agricultural ...


  • Research and Markets: India Urban & Industrial Waste to Energy Market

    Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/4m5zp2/india_urban_and_in) has announced the addition of the "India Urban & Industrial Waste to Energy Market" report to their offering. ...


  • Global Waste To Energy Market - Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast (2012 - 2018)

    Global energy market is witnessing a shift toward waste to energy technologies as a result of the increasing energy demand worldwide, depletion of conventional energy sources, and growing concerns of environmental pollution from conventional energy sources. Governments across the globe and social organizations are offering financial schemes for encouraging generation of energy from agricultural ...


  • Waste To Energy Market (WTE) Analysis To 2020 - Global Capacity, Equipment Market Share, Regulatory Framework And Cost Analysis

    The Global Waste to Energy markets provides market analysis, historical and forecasts up to 2020 for the global, North America (NA), Europe (EU), Asia Pacific (APAC) and Rest of World (ROW) regions. The report also provides technology and geographic split and market share analysis. The report also analyzes different waste to energy technologies and cost analysis. Browse Report : ...


  • Environmentally friendly recycling of cars in the EU

    Recycling scrapped cars plays an important role in reducing pollution by decreasing the amount of waste that ends up in landfills. A new study has investigated advanced technologies to increase the recovery rate from end-of-life vehicles, which can help EU Member States achieve EU targets for resource and energy recovery. Approximately 9 million end-of-life vehicles (ELVs) are scrapped every year ...

  • New approval procedure in Germany

    Simplified approval procedure for smaller and middle-sized "waste to energy“ systems. In article 3 of the law dated 23.10.2007 (BGBl. I 2470) the 4. BimSchV has been changed as follows: bb) column 2: ãa) Systems for disposal or recycling of solid, liquid or gaseous (in tanks), not hazardous wastes or landfill gas with inflammable components by thermal processes, particularly ...


    By Michaelis GmbH & Co. KG

  • FTIR for CEM’s and VOC’s monitoring

    As major contributors to environmental emissions, the waste incineration and power generation industries require both continuous and periodic emissions monitoring to ensure each plant is within Emission Limit Values (ELVs). FTIR provide to perform emissions monitoring solutions for the range of standard incineration or “combustion” gases, both inorganic species such as CO, NOx, SO2, ...

  • Malaysian company to build tyre recycling plants in US at cost of $50m

    Malaysian company Octagon Consolidated has signed heads of agreement with KK Incinerator Engineering & Construction Co Ltd (KKIEC) of South Korea and Canadian Carbon Converters LP (CCC) covering the setting-up of a joint venture company with the aim of developing rubber and scrap tyre pyrolysis projects in North America.  In a statement, Octagon says the parties aim to become the dominant player ...


    By Recycling International

  • WRAP report reaffirms recycling is the best end of life option for most materials

    Fresh research regarding the environmental benefits of recycling reaffirms that recycling generally remains the best option for most materials in the UK waste stream. Work undertaken by the Waste & Resources Action Programme reviewed life cycle analyses of additional materials from the previous report carried out in 2006, including food waste, garden waste, textiles and biopolymers. Other ...

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