waste recycling News

  • E-waste recyclers discuss future trends

    The Internet of Things is one of the key trends of the future. Already today, 15 billion things are digitally connected with one another and experts predict an increase to 50 billion devices in the IoT (Internet of Things) by the year 2020. These things include not only computers, tablets and smartphones, but also wearables, consumer electronics and the vehicles we use. However, although this ...

  • Resource Recycling Conference and National Recycling Coalition join forces to propel industry

    Leading conference and trade group announce a strategic partnership aimed at pushing forward the evolution of municipal materials recovery in North America. The partnership kicks off with the seventh-annual Resource Recycling Conference in Minneapolis this August. The largest national conference focusing on municipal recycling will now be aided by a key alliance. The seventh-annual ...

  • New FleetMind White Paper Examines Internet of Things (IoT) for Smarter Waste Collection Services

    FleetMind Solutions today published an industry white paper entitled: “THE INTERNET OF THINGS (IoT): Making Waste Collection Part of a Smarter Future”. This white paper looks at how waste management organizations are increasingly deploying IoT systems to monitor waste, vehicles, drivers and customers for smarter and more sustainable operations. “IoT is all about connecting and ...


    By FleetMind Solutions, Inc

  • Rising cost of asbestos disposal causes industry concern

    The asbestos removal industry is concerned about the rising cost associated with asbestos disposal according to a recent survey carried out by sister company Windsor Waste Management (WWM).  The industry-wide survey carried out in conjunction with ACAD last summer and reported at the end of 2016 looked at the challenges facing the asbestos removal industry and in particular ...


    By ARI Technologies, Inc

  • Itronics Ships Silver Bullion Produced by ´Break-Throug´ Technology in E-Scrap Refining

    Itronics Inc. (OTC PINK: ITRO), a diversified fertilizer and silver producing green technology company, is pleased to announce that it has made its first shipment of silver bullion produced by its "break-through" e-scrap refining technology that is now entering Phase III, pilot scale operations development. The new "break-through" ...


    By Itronics Inc.

  • Morbark Introduces Partnership, Debuts Trommel Screen at COMPOST2017

    Morbark, LLC, a leading manufacturer of durable, high-performance wood waste reduction equipment for 60 years, will demonstrate a trommel screen at this year’s COMPOST2017 show, the U.S. Composting Council’s Conference and Tradeshow. Morbark has entered into a partnership with Pronar, a company based in Poland that specializes in the manufacture and sale of machinery and equipment for ...


    By Morbark, LLC

  • Spain - Recycling Electro-Waste

    Untitled Document Recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) at the end of its useful life is on the increase, particularly in the case of computer equipment. Its ...


  • Responsible recycling of e-waste

    Eco Recycling Ltd (Ecoreco) and The Economic Times, presented a discussion on Responsible Recycling of E-waste on March 17, 2009 at MIG Club, Mumbai. The key panelists included: Mr. Sanjay Khandare, IAS, Member Secretary, Maharashtra Pollution Control Board, Mr. B K Soni, Chairman, Eco Recycling Ltd, Mr. Atul Nishar, Founder and Executive Chairman, Hexaware Technologies Limited, Mr. Kunal Pande, ...


    By Eco Recycling Ltd

  • Plant & Waste Recycling Show

    Plant And Waste Recycling Show Tuesday 8th/Wednesday 9th/Thursday 10th June 2010Many thanks to all our Exhibitors and Visitors to PAWRS 2009 for making the Show a huge success and we look forward to welcoming everyone back and to welcoming new exhibitors and visitors.Please note the dates were changed to the above due to change of dates by CIWM at Excel for 2010.The attached outlines for you ...


  • E-waste Recycling in Australia

    A report by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) shows that, despite the large strides in the past decade, the Australia’s e-waste system is still in its infancy, compared to the developed markets of Japan, Germany and Finland. The report, entitled Global e-waste systems-Insights for Australia from other developed countries, was commissioned by the Australia and New Zealand ...

  • waste to energy+recycling

    Poland is the partner nation of "waste to energy+recycling" in the Bremen Exhibition Centre from 18 to 19 May 2011. If Poland is to fulfil the EU framework directive on waste it is going to have to catch up considerably in the coming years. The government is investing 2.3 billion EUR to build up infrastructure for thermal, biological and mechanical treatment of wastes. A further 1.4 billion EUR ...


    By Freesen & Partner GmbH

  • Firm to invest in organic waste recycling

    Small business investor Acuity Capital Management is launching a venture capital trust for UK organic waste recycling infrastructure. Aiming to invest in eight to twelve sites and seeking £20 million from retail investors, the majority of projects will be made up of anaerobic digestion technology, while the remaining few will be in-vessel composting sites. ...

  • Innovative waste to energy and recycling systems

    Whatever you intend to recycle or turn into analternative fuel, eFACTOR3 can provide a customsolution to meet your needs. We also providesystems integration and installation to ensure thesuccess of our clients. With our roster of qualitymanufacturers, you’ll get the best solution tomeet the challenges of your unique environment. A turn-key supplier, we represent some of theworld’s finest ...


    By eFACTOR3 LLC

  • BT recycles 50% of its waste

    BT has announced in its Corporate Responsibility Report that it has recycled 50 per cent of its waste in the last financial year. The firm’s Sustainability report 2009 shows that it produced 71,314 tonnes of waste in the last financial year and recycled half of it. In 2007, BT recycled 42 per cent of its waste (see MRW story). BT produces waste such as cable, telephone exchange equipment, ...

  • Redefinition of waste should increase recycling

    Classifying a host of waste products as raw materials could break down the administrative barriers that currently make them difficult to reuse. Cutting red tape will make it easier to turn millions of tonnes of industrial and commercial waste into usable materials, according to the Environment Agency and Government-funded recycling champion WRAP (the Waste & Resources Action Programme). The ...

  • Electronic waste recycling - GRM is now certified electronic waste recycler in California

    GRM Certified by California Integrated Waste Management Board as Approved Collector and Recycler to Receive E-Waste Recycling Payment under the Electronic Waste Recycling Act of 2003 After months of application processing, CIWMB on Jan.2, 2009 approved and certified GRM to be a Collector and Recycler under the Electronic Waste Recycling Act of 2003. GRM is eligible to receive reimburse payment ...

  • Plan A progress positive for waste and recycling

    All of the targets relating to waste and recycling set out by retailer Marks and Spencer (M&S) as part of their Plan A sustainability initiative have either been achieved or are on target, according to a report published today. The How We Do Business Report details the progress of the Plan A initiative, which was launched in 2007, three years on and demonstrates significant progress has been ...

  • Waste Management and Recycling Show, Bulgaria

    After a successful exhibition at the SMOPYC tradeshow in Spain, Thomas our Sales Director was off again to the Waste Management and Recycling show in Sofia, Bulgaria. Thomas was joined by a sales team from Powerscreen Bulgaria who work in partnership with us to help promote and sell Kiverco equipment. The Waste Management and Recycling show in Bulgaria represented a great platform for our ...

  • New incinerator for waste recycling opens

    Six years after planning permission was granted, the Isséane waste recycling centre on the southern edge of Paris has opened for business. This month, the incinerator started producing heat from household waste. For recycling, the rotary screens are currently being run in on the first deliveries of waste, and the system for processing bulky waste is starting trials. Although construction works ...


  • 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

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