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  • HSE announces planned inspections of waste management vehicles

    A wave of inspections of transport risks in waste management operations will take place in 2010-11, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has announced. The inspections will focus on skip-hire operations and waste management companies where waste is hand sorted, two areas that represent a disproportionately high level of accidents. A HSE spokesperson said: “The waste and recycling industry ...

  • Welcome to the world of compact recycling

    Outstanding cost-benefit ratio speaks for RUBBLE MASTER® Compact Recyclers About 1,000 small, medium-sized and an increasing number of large building contractors worldwide trust in the quality of RUBBLE MASTER Compact Recyclers – flexible, mobile crushing and screening equipment for the cost-efficient processing of residual building waste and natural rock. Using high-performance impact crushers ...


    By RUBBLE MASTER HMH GmbH

  • Geesink Norba unveil UK`s first electric plug-in waste vehicle

    Geesink Norba has launched the UK’s first plug-in electric waste collection vehicle. Assembled and unveiled in Wales, the truck has a zero emissions output and remains almost silent when crushing and compacting waste. This quiet factor also means the trucks are able to work at any time in the day without disturbing people, unlike the ...

  • New Zealand harnesses biomethane for waste collection vehicle demonstration

    “So far most New Zealand biogas schemes have focused on the provision of electricity and heat, but biogas as transport fuel does offer the highest value proposition.” – Stephan Heubeck, NIWA Research Engineer. Residents of Auckland’s Rodney District are about to see a waste collection truck from Transpacific Industries (TPI) collect their waste using waste-generated ...


  • Overview of the Whole Copper Recycling Chain

    Copper is of good characteristics. It is easily stretched, molded, and shaped; is resistant to corrosion; conducts heat and electricity easily. Therefore, copper is widely used in construction, power generation and transmission, electronic products manufacturing, and the production of industrial machinery and transportation vehicles. At the same time, as a non-renewable resource, copper is ...

  • Sumitomo, Nissan and NEC to Promote Membership-based Charging Service for Electric Vehicles (EV)

    Collaboration Set to Improve User Convenience in the Charging NetworkYokohama, Dec 21, 2010 - (JCN Newswire) - Sumitomo Corporation, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. and NEC Corporation today announced that they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to promote a new membership-based charging service for EV users that will be available for the first time nationwide in Japan.Under the MOU, the ...


    By Japan Corporate News - JCN

  • Leading Chinese cable recycler aquire Eldan equipment

    The President Mr. Zhang and the Vice President Mr. Wang from the major Chinese company, Tianjin Xinneng Renewable Resources Co Ltd, Tianjin/China often travel the world to visit their suppliers of both scrap products and processing equipment. In the end of 2013 they travelled from Tianjin, China, to visit Eldan Recyclings head office and production facility in Faaborg, Denmark. The reason for the ...


    By Eldan Recycling A/S

  • Leading Chinese cable recycler acquire Eldan equipment

    At the end of 2013 Mr. Zhang and Mr. Wang travelled from Tianjin, China to visit their machine supplier in Faaborg, Denmark. The President and the Vice President from the major company, Tianjin Xinneng Renewable Resources Co Ltd, Tianjin/China often travel the world to visit their suppliers of both scrap products and processing equipment. This time they visited their supplier of recycling ...


    By Eldan Recycling A/S

  • Noise measurement in the refuse and recycling sector – the shattering reality!

    The ability for a local authority to provide an efficient and effective refuse and recycling service is pivotal for both residents and the upkeep of the surrounding environment.  However with the increased noise levels that new recycling initiatives generate it is imperative that the welfare of operatives working in this sector is looked after rigorously.  David Wilford of No Going Back ...


    By Cirrus Research plc

  • Recycling construction and demolition waste has substantial environmental benefits

    The environmental benefits of recycling construction and demolition waste (CDW) are considerable, even after accounting for the impacts of the recycling process itself, research confirms. By assessing CO2 and energy use at a large-scale recycling plant in Portugal, reseachers have shown that, over its 60-year lifespan, the CO2 emissions prevented will be ten times as much as those produced, and ...

  • Efficient and energy optimised exhaust gas treatment for carbon fibre processes and recycling

    The use of carbon fibre and composite materials has significantly increased in the past few years and will further increase mainly to reduce the weight of air planes, cars and wind blades in order to reduce the fuel consumption and increase efficiencies. For the production of carbon fibre a reasonable amount of heat energy is required for fibre oxidation ovens and carbonisation furnaces and ...

  • Kuwaiti firm wins $97m US Army waste contract

    A consortium including Kuwaiti logistics firm Agility and affiliate Metals and Recycling Company (MRC) has been awarded a scrap management contract by the Defense Logistics Agency of the US army’s department of industrial waste in Kuwait, Iraq and Afghanistan. The five-year contract is valued at US$ 97 million (Euro 66 million). MRC was established in 1987 under the name Kuwait Metal Collecting ...


    By Recycling International

  • AUTOMECHANIKA 2016 – Germany

    The AUTOMECHANIKA exhibition which takes place from the 13th to the 17th of September 2016 is the event gathering all actors of automotive sector in Europe. Since more than 20 years, MIL’S develops systems for the automotive sector enabling the recovery and recycling of the vehicles’ fluids. Indeed, the VIDANGEMIL’S system finds its use ...


    By MIL’S

  • A new roadshow for Dragflow all around Europe

    New year, new roadshow for Dragflow all around Europe and beyond. In the next weeks the company, a world player in solid pumping solutions with over 25 years of experience, will take part to five exhibitions: Agrotica, Dams&Hydroelectric plant, MCE, Smopyc Expo, IFAT and Samoter. Dragflow will present its wide range of products, completely designed, manufactured and tested by its technicians ...


    By Dragflow S.r.l.

  • Agriculture can be powered by renewable energy sources

    Some agricultural activities, such as irrigation, could be powered by renewable sources, a new study indicates. Farm machinery could also be renewably-powered, but the machinery would need to be adapted to use renewable electricity, instead of liquid fuel. Agriculture is a major contributor to global warming through greenhouse gases (GHG) from activities such as deforestation, soil treatment and ...

  • New system for dealing with confidential waste brings a trio of benefits to Derby Hospital’s NHS Foundation Trust

    Riverside Waste Machinery, Veolia Environmental Services and Kelpack have helped Derby Hospital’s NHS Foundation Trust achieve significant security, cost and environmental improvements, following investment by the Trust in a new confidential waste management system. Confidential hospital waste which was previously transported and incinerated off-site to create energy from waste, is now ...


  • New engineering recruit sought at leading waste shredder firm

    Industry-leading waste shredding specialist UNTHA UK is on the lookout for a qualified electrical/mechanical engineer to join the ever-expanding team. As the number of UNTHA UK clients grows, the after sales team is receiving more service and maintenance requests from organisations seeking to achieve the greatest possible return on investment ...


    By UNTHA UK LTD

  • Baling technology strengthens National Nuclear Laboratory’s waste reduction programme

    The world’s leading nuclear research organisation National Nuclear Laboratory (NNL) has strengthened its waste reduction programme with investment in a heavy duty waste baler. NNL is globally renowned for its nuclear research, technical development, reactor operations support, and the provision of decommissioning expertise for facilities throughout the UK. ...


    By Riverside Waste Machinery

  • Plans for plants that can turn waste plastic into fuel

    A new plant which turns mixed waste plastics into liquid synthetic fuels is now fully operational in Ireland, with the promise of more similar plants to come in the UK and throughout Europe. Cynar Recycling’s first plant in Portlaoise, Ireland can process up to 20 tonnes of waste plastics per day, producing up to 19,000 litres of fuel products at a conversion rate of 95%. The plant uses a ...

  • Hunting for Hidden Treasure - The International Trade Fair for Waste Management and Environmental Technology shows how waste can be turned into valuable resources

    Urban mining — the recovery of raw materials from waste — is the vision of the future for the global waste-management industry. This aims to conserve natural resources and protect the environment, but that's not all. For today, there are also increasingly good business reasons to recycle and reuse materials from the waste generated in advanced economies. This is because of a growing demand — and ...


    By Koelnmesse GmbH

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