The mind-blowing, world-changing technology that is coming of age today is ushering in what has been called the next industrial revolution. How can techies use this opportunity to correct the environmental impacts that resulted from the last industrial revolution? Whether you are going to SXSW, or don't even know what it is, you'll want to hear what this panel of leaders at the intersection of technology and environment have to say. The panelists include cleantech VCs, entrepreneurs, eco journalists and computer scientists who are working on projects as varied as saving forests, renewable energy, electric vehicles and ridding the world of waste. If you want to submit a question for the panelists on Twitter, use hashtag #saveustechies.
Your Roadmap for the future of the waste to energy industry
The World Waste to Energy & Resources Summit was a huge success, with 200 waste industry leaders taking part in roundtable discussions and collaborative workshops focused on what the future holds for the industry. During the two-day event, delegates compared past experiences and brainstormed ideas around the five most critical success factors for projects going forward. With 40% of attendees coming from overseas markets, the findings represent a truly global vision for the future of advanced conversion...
WMFTG completes process pump range for industrial applications
With the addition of two larger models, Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group (WMFTG)has now completed its range of process pumps forindustrial,environmentalandfood industryapplications. The existing 530 model is joined by the 630 and 730, which feature an enhanced operator and control system interface, and a bright colour display. With no valves or seals in the product stream and an unrivaled flow turndown, Watson-Marlow 530, 630, and 730 peristaltic pumps play an increasingly important role for the reliable...
Bee`ah and Masdar launch joint venture to develop the first waste-to-energy plant in the Middle East Region
Bee`ah, the country`s leading environmental management company, and Masdar, Abu Dhabi`s renewable energy company, have formally established the joint venture Emirates Waste to Energy Company (EWEC) to develop waste-to-energy plants across the Middle East region, it was announced today. Signing of waste supply and power purchase agreements for WTE facility witnessed by HE Dr Thani bin Ahmed Al Zeyoudi, UAE Minister of Climate Change and Environment (PRNewsfoto/Bee`ah) Senior officials launching the first...
UNTHA XR waste shredder hits one million operational hours
Austrian-headquartered shredding specialist UNTHA has just dispatched its 150thwaste shredder. The XR mobil-e is heading to France where, when commissioned, it will process 25 tonnes per hour of C&I waste down to 80mm particle size. But this machine had a particularly special ‘send-off’ when it left UNTHA’s manufacturing plant in Salzburg. From its inception, the XR series has gone on to be installed in waste facilities worldwide. But continued innovation means the equipment has remained...
Odor-No-More, Inc. signs National Purchasing Agreement with Waste Connections
WESTMINSTER, CA – (April 21, 2017) Odor-No-More, Inc., a subsidiary of BioLargo, Inc. (OTCQB : BLGO), announced it has signed a “National Purchasing Agreement” (“NPA”) with Waste Connections, Inc., a leading integrated solid waste and recycling service company headquartered in The Woodlands, TX. The NPA provides a discounted pricing schedule for CupriDyne® Clean Industrial Odor Eliminator products to Waste Connections operational facilities, including approximately 135 solid...