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  • One of world`s largest agro-industrial biogas plants under construction

    In February 2016, Coltrade B.V. and its partner Ahidra S.L., signed an EPC contract for one of the largest organic waste to energy recovery facilities in the world within the dairy industry. After months of design and engineering of the highest level, where efficiency became an obsession, the plant is now under construction. The installation is located in northern Spain (Asturias) and will ...


    By Colsen International b.v.

  • TANA Shark attacks ragger wire in France

    To process a stock of strands coming from the paper industry, the Suez RV Grand-Ouest plant situated at Isigny-le-Buat, France was looking for a slow, robust and efficient shredder. Tana's dealer in the area Smart Equipmenttogether with Smet Rental provided them with the right solution: TANA Shark 440DT. The plant has previously processed electrical cables and has three fast speed shredders ...


    By Tana Oy

  • Separate collection of organic waste from 2015

    The amendment of the German Closed Substance Cycle and Waste Managment Act obliges the German households from 2015 to collect their organic waste in a separate bin. The European member states have to implement the stipulations of the underlying EU revision of the Waste Framework Directive into national law. Domestic waste consists by up to 40 % of organic material. The German Federal Association ...


  • Regulator - Cetrisa at Urban Waste Plants

    Regulator - Cetrisa has supplied two Non Ferrous Separators (Eddy Currents Separators) to the company UTE EBRO ZARAGOZA, at its facility located in Cartuja Baja (Zaragoza - Spain). This facility is responsible of the whole Urban Waste Treatment of the Zaragoza city and some villages all around, with more than 300.000 tons of garbage per year. After studying carefully several options for ...


    By Regulator-Cetrisa

  • New granulation and separation plant for cable recycling delivered to Italy

    For many years Europe was the main market for Eldan Recycling. Today the company has its recycling machines installed in more than 60 countries all over the world. Still, Europe is an important market and Eldan Recycling deliver to several new customers as well as returning customers each year. One interesting project is the delivery and installation of a new complete granulation and separation ...


    By Eldan Recycling A/S

  • 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.

  • Greek Slag Separation

    The UK based firm Master Magnets Ltd, recently supplied a variety of custom built magnetic separation equipment for a slag processing plant in Greece. Raw slag originates as left over material from refining and furnace operations, with metal still contaminated within it. Slag is often received in pots from blast furnaces tapping troughs or steel furnace refining vessels, and there will also ...


    By Master Magnets Ltd

  • Rotary Drum Screen Separates Solids from Waste Streams without Clogging

     A new, compact Rotary Drum Screen from Munson Machinery removes solids from industrial and municipal waste streams, and recovers solid product from process streams, at rates from 600 to 2,790 gal/min (2,270 to 10,560 liter/min) without blinding or clogging the screen, while reducing floor ...

  • 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

  • Egypt’s first waste treatment plant is inaugurated

    The Kattameya plant is the first cement plant in Egypt to partly use Refuse-Derived Fuel (RDF) instead of natural gas and coal as a fuel for the cement kiln.  Suez Cement Group of Companies (SCGC), one of the largest Egyptian cement producers, has been continuously investing towards a better Egypt and a cleaner environment and has made a long-term commitment towards ...


  • Green Roof for waste water treatment plant

    The waste water treatment plant in the Csepel precint of the city of Budapest, Hungary, one of the largest and most advanced in its kind, which is being built within the ‘Living Danube' project for the health of the river is now protected by a high-performance green roof, using the properties of DuPont Typar geosynthetic to deliver long-term reliable functionality. "Living Danube" is an EU ...

  • Sterecycle to invest £10 million in UK waste plants

    Waste recycling technology company Sterecycle has raised £10 million of investment to build more of its recycling plants which use autoclave technology. The firm plans to invest part of the funds into its Yorkshire plant to double its capacity from 100,000 tonnes of waste each year to 200,000 tonnes of waste each year by the end of 2010. Waste will come ...

  • Anaerobic Digestion Success for a UK Food Waste Plant

    KIRK ENVIRONMENTAL, part of KIRK GROUP, was awarded a contract back in 2008 for one of the first commercial biogas plants in the UK which was the start of a 6 year relationship with the customer and two extensions to the initial plant. ...

  • The new Sweco Multi-Motion separator

    Sweco has developed a new rectangular separator that can adapt as solids characteristics change. Combining the patented elliptical motion with linear motion technology, Sweco has created the Multi-Motion (MM) Rectangular Separator, a revolutionary separator that delivers the benefits of two distinct motions. The groundbreaking design of the MM allows operators to use linear motion where heavy, ...


  • Non-ferrous separator for recycled wood

    The recently initiated project cooperation between Goudsmit Magnetic Systems B.V. in Waalre and Van Bemmel Machine Import B.V. in IJsselstein with Hector van Moer in Melsele/Beveren in Belgium, ensures that all non-ferrous metals located in the wood chips are completely removed from the processed B-wood fraction. It involves mainly shredded aluminium components but also non-ferrous metals such as ...

  • Baetsen the second:A new waste wood processing plant will be build together with Vecoplan!

    Baetsen is establishing a new scrap wood processing plant in Son, a suburb of Eindhoven, the Netherlands, for the processing of 200,000 tons of waste wood per year. This corresponds to a performance of approx. 50 t/h for 250 working days at a rate of 16 hours per day. For this new plant, Vecoplan will deliver almost all the machine technology necessary to process the waste wood. Most of the ...


    By Vecoplan AG

  • ANDRITZ to supply new waste-to-energy power plant to Riikinvoima Oy, Finland

    International technology Group ANDRITZ has been selected by the local utility company Riikinvoima Oy to supply a waste-to-energy power plant to Leppävirta, Finland. Start-up is scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2016. The new plant is designed to treat 145,000 tons of waste per year coming from eight local waste management companies. The design capacity is 16 megawatts for electricity and ...

  • Commissioning of food waste digestion plant Benet in France, 1 MW elec

    The first food waste digestion plant in France was completed in April 2010. entec biogas gmbh had got the commission for the design, as well as general contractor for mechanical and electrical engineering and commissioning of the biogas plant. Right now, the biogas plant is under commissioning and is expected to be on full capacity in September 2010. The biogas plant in Benet treats waste from ...


    By entec biopower gmbh

  • Idea could lead to cheap solar cells using plant waste

    Remote communities could eventually make their own solar cells using waste vegetation, thanks to a design developed by researchers in Switzerland and the United States. The technology is inspired by photosynthesis. In plant cells, sunlight separates electrical charges with almost 100 per cent ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Idea could lead to cheap solar cells using plant waste

    Remote communities could eventually make their own solar cells using waste vegetation, thanks to a design developed by researchers in Switzerland and the United States. The technology is inspired by photosynthesis. In plant cells, sunlight separates electrical charges with almost 100 per cent ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

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