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  • Recycling waste packages in Japan. Construction waste recovery - Mariusz Grabda

    Dr. Eng. Mariusz Grabda is an Assistant Professor at Institute of Environmental Engineering of Polish Academy of Sciences, and currently a post-doc fellow in the Institute of Multidisciplinary Research for Advanced Materials of Tohoku University in Japan. His primary research concerned on utilization of geothermal heat and natural utilization of sewage sludge. In recent years, his ...


    By Via Expo Ltd.

  • RWM DELVES INTO COUNCIL WASTE ISSUES

    PRESS RELEASE RWM DELVES INTO COUNCIL WASTE ISSUES Recycling & Waste Management Exhibition, NEC, Birmingham 14 to 16 September 2010  30 June 2010 - MRF quality, public consultations, food waste, collecting from high rise flats and many ...


    By Emap Ltd

  • Portable Waste Water Treatment Plant New for 2010

    Wastewater Pilot Test Unit Portable Small Scale Self Contained Wastewater Treatment Plant Integrated Engineers Inc. can provide you with a low risk pilot test system so you can determine maximum ...


    By Integrated Engineers Inc.

  • Eriez® Announces Eco-Certification Program for Various Magnetic Separation, Feeding and Recycling Equipment

    Demonstrating its commitment to a better, cleaner environment, Eriez® has developed an eco-certification designation for a variety of the company's magnetic separation and recycling equipment as well as its line of small feeders. The self-certified program was put in place in ...


    By Eriez Magnetics Europe Ltd

  • MeWa QZ cleans mixed metal and plastic waste

    A feature of medium-sized businesses in Germany is their ability to continually identify new niches and successfully service them. GRUNSKE Metall - Recycling GmbH & Co. KG of Oranienburg recently commissioned a new plant for cleaning metals that have already run through sorting systems for domestic and industrial waste. Using a Querstromzerspaner supplied by MeWa, the company is able to ...


    By ANDRITZ MeWa - ANDRITZ Group

  • MeWa QZ cleans mixed metal and plastic waste

    A feature of medium-sized businesses in Germany is their ability to continually identify new niches and successfully service them. GRUNSKE Metall - Recycling GmbH & Co. KG of Oranienburg recently commissioned a new plant for cleaning metals that have already run through sorting systems for domestic and industrial waste. Using a Querstromzerspaner supplied by MeWa, the company is able to ...

  • REDWAVE presented Plant Design on Hannover Waste Symposium

    More than 200 waste-to-energy (WtE) plants are operating in China nowadays. One of them in the City of Lianyungang, Shandong Province north of Shanghai, will be complemented by a pre-treatment plant for municipal solid waste (MSW). The AustrianGerman technology firm REDWAVE designed the process of the entire plant. Tim van Heeswijk from the sales division of REDWAVE presented the concept and the ...

  • MeWa introduces new special shredder for cable waste

    Accordingly cable waste promises high output quality, this recycled content is a sought-after commodity. MeWa Recycling Maschinen und Anlagenbau GmbH in Gechingen, Germany, introduces for the first time with the CableCutter CC 1200 a machine that is completely geared towards breaking down cable waste. Especially the plant efficiency of the treatment process can be decisively increased by this new ...


    By ANDRITZ MeWa - ANDRITZ Group

  • Special Issue of Waste Management journal on “Biowaste to Fuel”

    A Special Issue of Waste Management journal on “Biowaste to Fuel” will shortly be launched, based on a set of selected papers from the Venice Symposium on Energy from Biomass and Waste. The following topics will be dealt with: Bio-Waste characterisations for energy production purposes (material composition analysis and chemical characteristics, temporal variability and potential ...


    By EuroWaste Srl

  • Construction starts on innovative GBP15m waste treatment facility

    Organic Waste Management has started work on its innovative GBP15 million solid waste treatment facility in Cheshire. The mechanical biological treatment plant will serve Manchester’s industrial commercial market to divert 180,000 tonnes of waste from landfill. The plant is the first in the UK to use the Bedminster technology to recover the hard recyclables and convert the residue to compost. OWM ...

  • Waste incineration saves resources and protects the climate

    Protection of the climate and resources is one of the key topics at the Entsorga-Enteco the international trade fair for waste management and environmental technology from October 27th to 30th, 2009, in Cologne. Waste incineration makes an important contribution to coping with these two major challenges of this century. The role of waste incineration has changed thoroughly in the past few ...


    By Koelnmesse

  • New biodegradable waste management plans proposed and evaluated

    Researchers have designed and proposed a new organic waste management plan for Catalonia, Spain, and presented it in a recent study. They say that the plan would reduce a number of environmental impacts that arise from landfilling biodegradable waste, including natural resource depletion, acidification, and eutrophication. To reduce the negative environmental effects of landfilling and to ...

  • NLWA seeks bidders for flagship PFI waste project

    The North London Waste Authority (NLWA) will be holding a procurement information day for firms interested in bidding for its 25-30 year private finance initiative waste contract. The announcement follows confirmation last month that the contract is to be supported by  a record-breaking £258.4 million in private finance initiative credits from the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs ...

  • University finds metal sulfide solution for nuclear waste

    Nuclear power has advantages, but, if this method of making power is to be viable long term, discovering new solutions to radioactive waste disposal and other problems are critical. Otherwise nuclear power is unlikely to become mainstream. A team of Northwestern University chemists is the first to focus on metal sulfide materials as a possible source for nuclear waste remediation methods. Their ...


    By Northwestern University

  • Recycling and Waste Management for Hamilton Park Racecourse

    About the Project: New regulations to help Scotland become one of the most resource efficient nations in Europe have been passed by the Scottish Parliament. Scotland have set themselves ambitious recycling targets to meet and these regulations aim to support and encourage business help achieve the 70% ...


    By GPT Waste Management Ltd

  • Sieves aid recycling process for waste paint

    Russell Finex has supplied its Russell Compact Sieve to remove contaminants for waste paint to make it ready for recycling. The sieve was supplied to UK-based Newlife Paints, which recycles waste emulsion paint. Once a batch of paint is ready to be processed, it is placed into a large drum. Although the batch of paint will be of the same colour, the content will be of different quality as they ...

  • Wescorp Updates 30-Day Operation of H2Omaxx Oil-Water Separation Technology at Cancen Oil

    New Data Expands H2Omaxx Performance Range -- Effectively Reducing 40+% Contaminated Hydrocarbon Waste Water to Less than 12 Parts Per Million CALGARY, Alberta - Wescorp Energy Inc. (OTCBB: WSCE), a clean water technology company focused on implementing its low-cost solutions into several markets including the oil & gas and marine ...


  • Waste Management in South-East Europe - Market Trends

    Waste Management in South-East Europe - market trends South-East European Conference & Exhibition Waste Management, Recycling & Environment ...


    By Via Expo Ltd.

  • Waste Management and Fulcrum BioEnergy Announce Strategic Investment

    Waste Management, Inc. (NYSE: WM) today announced that it has closed an equity investment in Fulcrum BioEnergy, Inc. (Fulcrum). In connection with ...


  • European Parliament Adopts Strict Waste Reduction Law

    STRASBOURG, France (ENS) - The European Parliament today tackled Europe's growing waste mountain when it strengthened the new framework legislation on waste proposed by the European Commission, the EU's executive branch. Despite existing legislation, Europeans are producing more waste every year. Currently, in some member states, up to 90 percent of municipal waste goes to ...

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