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  • Printing company returns to Riverside for baling needs

    Flexographic printing company RR Flexo has enhanced its recycling capabilities by further investing in new equipment from Riverside Waste Machinery. No stranger to baling, the company has recently obtained a brand new RWM 450 HD machine, to deal with the large volumes of polythene waste produced by the firm on a daily basis. Founded in 1982 by the two main shareholders Ron Dodd and Richard Green ...


    By Riverside Waste Machinery

  • Pulp and Paper Industry Facing Water Issues

    The pulp and paper (P&P) industry is one of the largest users of water in the industrial economy of the United States. It requires an average of 54 m3 of water to produce a metric ton of pulp or paper, and almost all phases of manufacturing require ...


    By Fluence Corporation

  • Mammoth waste processing facility in Vietnam

    A behemoth waste processing complex, built by a Vietnamese expatriate living in the USA, is scheduled to open by the end of this year in Ho Chi Minh City. Costing around US$ 100 million (Euro 68 million), the facility is expected to handle over 3000 tonnes of refuse per day and will include a recycling plant capable of processing around 1000 tonnes per day. Located in the Da Phuoc Commune in the ...


    By Recycling International

  • E-waste: segregate, process, recycle it

    Ever thought that your old, cranky electronic appliances could exactly turn out to be fatal for someone? Ever thought that each old dysfunctional appliance that you sold off to your neighbourhood raddiwala could be a major cause for pollution worldwide? This could be history if citizen start accepting e-waste recycling as the alternative. This is the message that cleansweep, an NGO that deals ...


    By Eco Recycling Ltd

  • Harden Medical Waste Processing Technology

    Medical waste is kind of hazardous waste in the city for its infectiousness which might be harmful to the environment and people’s health. Generally there are some various ways for medical waste processing, like sanitary landfill, incineration by pyralysis, autoclave sterilization, chemical disinfection, microwave sterilization, thermal decomposition, and plasma process, ect. ...

  • New study: China waste recycling & processing market

    "China Waste Recycling & Processing Industry Profile - CIC42" new market research report to its store. Through a comparative analysis on the development of waste recycling & processing industry in 31 provincial regions and 20 major cities in visualized form of data map, the report provides key data and concise analyses on the waste recycling & processing industry in China, a ...


  • Metals recovery JV targets waste-to-energy process

    The Netherlands: Dutch metals recovery technology specialist Inashco has established a joint venture with US firm Wheelabrator Technologies Inc. aimed at recycling ferrous and non-ferrous metals from the waste-to-energy process. The new North American business will rely on Inashco's patented and proprietary advanced dry recovery method. The partners say the non-ferrous recovery ...

  • The world’s most modern waste processing facility

    The company Korn Recycling GmbH is currently setting up what is probably the world’s most modern waste processing facility in the south German town of Albstadt. After last year’s devastating fire, Korn has continued to back its concept of producing high-grade, quality-assured residue derived fuel RDF for the European energy sector and of making organic and metallic raw materials ...

  • Magnets for waste processing, construction and demolition sorting lines

    Goudsmit Magnetics recently constructed a new electromagnetic overbelt magnet for Langezaal BV of Haaksbergen. This is intended for optimization of the ferrous metal separation on an existing rubble crusher. Overbelt magnets of this type find their use in applications such as waste processing, construction and demolition sorting lines and separation of undesired ferrous particles from the ...


    By Goudsmit Magnetic Systems BV

  • 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 ...

  • Ask the Wastewater Expert-Water / Waste Processing

    Water / Waste Processing Has series of articles featuring: Ask the Wastewater Expert Below, click any of 13 articles published on Water / Waste Processing Web Site authored by Wastewater Dan the Wastewater Wizard: ...

  • Harden Industrial Hazardous Waste Processing Technology

    Generally solid waste includes municipal waste, industrial solid waste and hazardous waste, and the industrial hazardous wastes in this article refers to hazardous products which are produced or discharged during the production or processing of industrial plant and mining enterprises. It is classified as "National Hazardous Waste List" or recognized as hazardous solid waste. The most common ...

  • Waste-to-energy process promises smaller, cleaner plants

    Cutting edge waste-to-energy plants that are smaller and cleaner than incinerators could soon hit the UK market. The plants run a new process that transforms non-recyclable waste into a clean syn-gas, used to generate clean power and a high-strength building material, with the plant itself powered by the syn-gas it produces. Carbon-neutral and very low in emissions with plants around a third of ...

  • Waste Management Process – The Fourth Utility Infographic

    We have launched the following Infographic to highlight the opportunities for waste to be recognised as ‘The Fourth Utility’ and ultimately, a revenue stream. ...


    By GPT Waste Management Ltd

  • Dan Theobald quoted in an article by Water/Waste Processing

    "An industrial application is a unique instance, and a unique treatment is needed. Moreover, as technology advances, requirements for well-managed water treatment change," said Dan Theobald in a recent article published by Water/Waste Processing magazine. The article, Grinding industrial water-price increases lead to conservation, by Kevin Parker, discusses what operations managers at ...

  • Two events for the processing of electronic waste and for recycling...

    The Eurasian WEEE Solutions congress and the Mir (Moscow International Recycling Expo) have ended and sadly we still can´t speak any Russian. Our journey to Russia, however, was by no means wasted – we were able to establish new contacts and gain valuable experience. We experienced both events, where we shared a stand with THM, as very informative and exciting. New and ...

  • Medical Waste Incinerator Scrubber Used to Process Ebola Waste

    Envitech recently got noticed in a local news story by Michael Chen of Channel 10 News, “Local Company Helps Dispose of Ebola-tainted ...


    By Envitech, Inc.

  • China Resources Of Waste And Waste Materials Recycling And Processing Industry, 2011 : MarketResearchReports.biz

    China resources of waste and waste materials recycling and processing Industry, 2011" is valuable for anyone who wants to invest in the resources of waste and waste materials recycling and processing industry, to get Chinese investments; to import into China or export from China, to build factories and take advantage of lower costs in China, to partner with one of the key Chinese corporations, to ...


  • 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 ...


  • Don`t waste the waste

    Biogas analysis cannot be underestimated: get it right and protect revenues, get it wrong and those revenues will quickly plummet There is no denying that biogas is valuable. It may not be the most pleasant material to handle — hot, wet, dirty, smelly, corrosive, toxic — but handled correctly, it is worth a lot of money to whomever is producing it. Encouraged, subsidised, ...


    By Geotech

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