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  • RUBBLE MASTER crushes 1 million m³ of rubble with unbelievable throughput continuity

    BRESLAU, POLAND. Breslau City Council had a special contract to award: the gradual removal of a site dating back to the time after the Second World War with 1,000,000 m³ of mixed rubble. The ambitious goal: the mineral content (around 30 to 40%) is to be put into recycling processes by the end of 2004. The company Maxer, a leading building contractor located in Poznan, was appointed to carry ...


    By RUBBLE MASTER HMH GmbH

  • Recycling waste packages in Japan. Construction waste recovery - Mariusz Grabda

    Dr. Eng. Mariusz Grabda is an Assistant Professor at Institute of Environmental Engineering of Polish Academy of Sciences, and currently a post-doc fellow in the Institute of Multidisciplinary Research for Advanced Materials of Tohoku University in Japan. His primary research concerned on utilization of geothermal heat and natural utilization of sewage sludge. In recent years, his ...


    By Via Expo Ltd.

  • Commercial and construction waste recycler secures £10m for development

    A midlands-based skip company has secured £10 million to develop a 250,000 tonnes a year materials recycling facility. Kidderminster-based Lawrence Recycling and Waste Management plans to process commercial, industrial construction and domestic waste at its site called The Forge. The £10m deal, organised and invested in by Orbis Partners LLP senior partner James Grenfell, is backed by Aberdeen ...

  • Court orders £121,520 penalty for waste crime activities

    Local criminals and landowner plead guilty to a number charges brought by the Environment Agency for illegal waste site operations in Nottinghamshire. Concluding at Nottingham Crown Court on Friday 22 November, Bloom (Plant) Limited was fined a total of £21,000 and ordered to pay £25,000. Bloom Plant Limited were also ordered to pay a further £25,000 following an application ...

  • BMH Enviro’s waste crusher produces RDF with 70% biomass content

    BMH Enviro’s Tyrannosaurus® heavy-duty crushers convert waste into refuse-derived fuel (RDF) that is 70% biomass according to CEN 15747, a method that can determine the renewable content of most materials. Using RDF with high biomass content helps companies lower their greenhouse gas (GHG) inventories and obtain more carbon credits in cap-and-trade programs.Companies in energy-intensive ...


    By Beta Analytic Inc.

  • 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

  • Derby’s Castleward exceeds recycling targets

    Compendium Living (a joint venture between Lovell and the Riverside Group), the developer behind Derby's £100 million Castleward redevelopment, is leading the way in sustainability by recycling 96% of the waste generated during the building process – well above the 90% target set for the project. The firm is using recycled materials in the construction of phase one, with ...


    By Morgan Sindall

  • WEIMA salutes American ingenuity / sAVE! tune up your shredders for the heat of summer

    Welcome to another issue of CRUSHING NEWS, WEIMA's e-newsletter. For over 10 years, WEIMA America has been a market leader in size reduction technology. When it comes to shredding, grinding and briquetting, we're known for building tough, reliable equipment that handles whatever recyclable material you throw in it. In this issue we share with you a few innovative uses for our shredding and ...


  • Anniversary savings: $1,000 off purchase of briquette press in February

    Welcome to another issue of WEIMA's Crushing News - the one e-newsletter that keep you up to date on WEIMA and the latest news in size reduction equipment. 2009 marks the 10th anniversary for WEIMA America, and we plan to celebrate by offering special savings opportunities throughout the year - starting right here. To celebrate WEIMA America's 10 year anniversary, we are offering $1,000 off the ...


  • EnviraCarbon Announces Renewable Energy Solution

    EnviraCarbon, Inc. (ECI), a cutting-edge clean energy technology company with locations in Tennessee, Florida, and South Carolina, announces today the commercialization of a patented and proprietary technology which molecularly alters renewable biomass feedstock into EnvirAnized Biofuel (EBF). EBF is a product that looks, transports, stores, pulverizes and burns like ...


    By Envira Carbon

  • R. Baker & Son All Industrial Services completes large industrial demolition project in NJ

    R. Baker & Son All Industrial Services, a specialized contractor providing total plant dismantlement, building demolition, rigging and decommissioning services, completed the demolition of a large chemical manufacturing facility in New Jersey (NJ).The facility, which formerly manufactured a variety of chemicals, consisted of over sixteen (16) multi-story buildings and was situated near a major ...

  • District heating and coolingwill drive the sustainable development of cities

    Congress Registration Early Bird Fees - till 7 February Responding to the current climate and economic challenges, the Bulgarian capital Sofia will host again the annual Exhibition and Forum for South-East Europe which will be held from 5th to ...


    By Via Expo Ltd.

  • R. Baker & Son Project Story Published in WHEN Online Magazine

    Waste Handling Equipment News (WHEN) recently featured a story on how R. Baker & Son All Industrial Services dismantled a set of cooling towers at active facility.  The story in the magazine describes how R. Baker & Son completed the total dismantlement of two cooling towers at an active pharmaceutical ...

  • Entsorga-Enteco 2006 – more international than ever before

    Exhibitors highlight strong international interest and high visitor quality Satisfied faces all around at the close of the Entsorga-Enteco 2006 trade fair. From 24 to 27 October 2006, 910 exhibitors from 28 countries pre-sented their environmental products and services to a specialist interna-tional public. Exhibitors and visitors were enthusiastic about the offers on display and the ...


    By Koelnmesse GmbH

  • Ontario toxics regulation takes effect

    According to the Ontario Waste Management Association (OWMA) beginning January 1, 2010, regulated facilities will be required to track, report and develop plans to reduce the toxic substances they use, create and release. This applies only to facilities currently reporting on emissions to the National Pollutant Release Inventory (NPRI). These toxics reduction plans will be available to the public ...


    By The Compliance Center (ICC)

  • R. Baker & Son wins EBJ Business Achievement Award for Sustainability

    Environmental Business Journal (EBJ), the leading business newsletter for the environmental industry, has announced the winners of the 2008 EBJ Business Achievement Awards, recognizing outstanding firms in the environmental industry. This annual awards program recognizes firms for their strong financial performance and growth as well as for specific projects which are significant in the ...

  • At Hilton, U.S. Navy, Recycling Goes to the Mattresses

    SOURCE: Hilton Worldwide SUMMARY:Hilton Worldwide has announced their new mattress and box spring recycling program, joining ranks with the U.S. Navy who also is pioneering mattress recycling campaigns.  Rather than being sent to a landfill, 85% of each mattress and box ...


    By 3BL Media

  • Reclaiming the Sydney tar ponds

    Canada’s most famous contaminated site may finally be receiving the treatment that it has sorely needed for two decades. Earth Tech Canada has been retained by the Sydney Tar Ponds Agency (STPA) to design, construct and oversee the remediation of the Sydney Tar Ponds and Coke Ovens Site in Nova Scotia. How the largest remediation project in the country unfolds is likely to change the way ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • Canada’s most contaminated site may finally receive the treatment it needs

    At one time, Nova Scotia produced almost 50% of Canada’s steel. When production ceased in 2001, a legacy of contaminated soils, sediments and groundwater remained, bearing such contaminants as volatile organic compounds (VOCs), PCBs, and heavy metals. What remains today is one million tonnes of contaminated soil and sediment spread over, an area spanning 68 hectares, at two major sites - the ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • New technology turns straw into a top performing heating product

    One of the unwritten rules about family farming is that nothing is wasted. Old equipment is seldom thrown away and anything that can be adapted for another purpose is accordingly reused. Perhaps that is why farmers world-wide have been leaders in recycling, reusing and re-purposing agricultural wastes. For Barbara Pokrzywa, making use of agricultural waste on her family farm has special ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

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