waste drying News

  • Euroby Home and Dry With Veolia

    Euroby Limited, one of the UK’s most successful sludge treatment specialists, has been awarded the contract for the supply, installation and commissioning of an alum sludge dryer for the prestigious Clareville Water Treatment Plant project, currently under construction by Veolia Water Ireland Ltd. Euroby, who also offer sludge dewatering plant and equipment and operate a large mobile contract ...


    By Euroby Limited

  • Innovative Dry Separation/De Dusting Technology of Aggregates waste streams

    Oy Cyclotec Ltd Reports introduction of innovative Dry Separation/De Dusting Technology of Aggregates waste streams previously not attractive for recycling. Up to date due to waste fines contamination most of the fraction smaller then 5-6 mm is not used. Dry screening at 5-6 mm and smaller fractions is not efficient. Wet de dusting methods ...


    By Cyclotec Oy

  • Using Dry Anaerobic Digestion to Break Down Food Waste

    The United State Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) has a goal of 50% reduction in food waste to landfill by 2030. This means that of the 53 million tons of food waste disposed of in landfills, 26.5 million tons must be diverted. Compost and Anaerobic Digestion (AD) together process 2.7 million tons/year food waste – and most of composted tonnage is yard waste. This means that food ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • Life-cycle studies: dry cleaning

    For the past five years, Worldwatch has explored the history, production method, and environmental and social impacts of everyday products - from chopsticks to pencils - in the Life-Cycle Studies section of its bi-monthly magazine, World Watch. This print-exclusive content is now available for free to Eye on Earth ...


    By Worldwatch Institute

  • EPA Settles Hazardous Waste Cleanup Costs at Site of Former Dry Cleaner in Nelsonia

    Jay-Cee Cleaners, a former dry cleaning business at 16163 Lankford Highway in Nelsonia, Accomack County, Va., and its former owner John L. Darby, have agreed to reimburse the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for costs the agency incurred while responding to the release of hazardous substances once used at the site. Mr. Darby has also agreed to resolve his failure to comply with EPA’s ...

  • Global Action Plan launches world-first game to dry up water waste

    August 23rd 2011 - Global Action Plan, a leader in environmental behaviour change, today announces the launch of a world-first ‘EcoInteractive’ game – The Water Explorer.   • The Water Explorer will make its first appearance during World Water Week (21-27 August) at Highcross shopping centre in Leicester on Wednesday 24th August. • Only 1 ...


  • Statoil comes up dry at Arctic wells

    Norway's Statoil ASA has found no commercial quantities of oil and gas at the northernmost wells it has ever drilled in the Arctic, the government-controlled company said Thursday. Statoil drilled three exploration wells this summer in the Hoop area of the Barents Sea. Two of them were the northernmost wells ever drilled on the Norwegian ...


    By Associated Press

  • Solar sewage sludge drying in Europe, Turkey and Australia

    Solar Sewag Sludge Drying Internationally Acceptedist Anlagenbau GmbH in Kandern Germany developed a sludge solar drying system and is marketing it since 1994 under the name of WendeWolf. The sludge is spread out in greenhouses and regularely turned and aerated. During the drying cycle, the sludge is automaticalle conveyed from the entrance to the exit of the drying bed. After several years of ...


    By IST-Anlagenbau GmbH

  • Settlement with EPA Spells Greener Future for Dry Cleaner on St. Thomas

    (New York, N.Y) In a settlement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the owner of the One Hour Martinizing laundry and dry cleaning operation on St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands agreed to spend at least $40,000 on revamping operations to ultimately eliminate the use of a hazardous chemical at his Barbel Plaza facility. The owner will also pay a penalty of $5,000 for past violations ...

  • Innovative drying technology extracts more energy from high moisture coal

    An innovative coal-drying technology that will extract more energy from high moisture coal at less cost and simultaneously reduce potentially harmful emissions is ready for commercial use after successful testing at a Minnesota electric utility. The DryFining™ technology was developed with funding from the first round of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Clean Coal Power Initiative (CCPI). Great ...

  • $313,000 awarded to clean up former dry cleaning property in Loveland (Colo.)

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency today announced that a Brownfields grant has been awarded to the City of Loveland for remediation of the “Leslie the Cleaner” property located at 301 N. Lincoln Avenue. The funds will be used to clean up soil and groundwater contamination at the site once the City has purchased and demolished the current structure. The total funding for the ...

  • Question of the Month: How does dry ice blasting effect the environment?

    Dry ice blasting does not have a negative effect on the environment. The media, dry ice, is made from recycled Carbon Dioxide, which is a natural component of the Earth’s atmosphere. As a cleaning media, dry ice provides several environmental benefits over other cleaning methods. The dry ice turns to gas upon contact with the substrate. This is particularly beneficial when cleaning a ...


    By IceTech A/S

  • Is dry ice blasting safe to use in food production facilities?

    It’s important for food processing facilities to maintain strict guidelines for maintaining equipment. One of the challenges these facilities face is cleaning in a reasonable amount of time while still being thorough. Utilizing dry ice blasting as a replacement for chemicals ...


    By IceTech A/S

  • Therma-Flite Awarded Biosolids Drying System Contract For Wisconsin Public Utility

    Therma-Flite, a leading provider of resource recovery technology and services, today announced that it was awarded a contract to provide a biosolids drying system for a Wisconsin sewerage commission. Funded by a low-interest loan from the Clean Water Fund, the project is a joint effort by two cities to upgrade from Class B, to Class A biosolids of exceptional quality (EQ). Two main goals of the ...


    By Therma-Flite Inc.

  • From waste to fuel - `waste to energy` presents fuel from waste and biomass

    Untitled Document The recent price increase for power and fuel has made companies with high energy supply demand and large fleets think twice. Waste as a raw material can provide a solution for the cost-effective ...

  • One Month Later, New Orleans Nearly Pumped Dry

    NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana, October 3, 2005 (ENS) - Pumps set up by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers have been working 24/7 for weeks to remove the flood waters from New Orleans' streets left in the aftermath of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. Now the job is close to completion. Before Hurricane Rita passed, the pumps had cleared most of the flood water from Hurricane Katrina and only 10 percent of ...

  • City Waste fire extinguished

    A “severe” fire which broke out at City Waste’srecycling centre in Campsie, Northern Ireland last week has now been extinguished. Fire crews put out the fire on Saturday 6 March, after the fire blazed for five days. On 2 March, fire crews were called to a fire which had broken out in one of the buildings at the recycling centre, which housed dry recyclables. ...

  • Increase the recovery of waste materials

    As part of Waste Reduction Week, which was in full swing until October 27, we are inviting everyone, both individuals and organizations (industries, businesses and institutions), to celebrate the event by incorporating the 4Rs (reduce, reuse, recycle and recover) into their daily activities. Cascades has made a commitment to do just that, by setting a target in ...


    By 3BL Media

  • Waste, or energy resource?

    A panel of nuclear power experts met on Monday at MIT to discuss how to address nuclear waste recycling or disposal, which many analysts consider the biggest obstacle to building a new generation of nuclear power plants across America. The meeting, convened by Sen. Tom Carper (D-Del.), came on the heels of last week's decision by the Obama administration to end the planning for Yucca Mountain, ...

  • Tips for `waste to energy` 2008

    On Wednesday 10 and Thursday 11 December 2008 about 2,000 participants from all over the world will meet at “waste to energy” – the Exhibition and Conference for Energy from Waste and Biomass – to obtain information, compare notes, and partake in discussion. The leading European forum for energy from waste and biomass boasts 65 lectures and workshops plus 132 exhibitors with their products and ...


    By Freesen & Partner GmbH

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