‘Turning Waste into Profit’ Project Booms in First Half of 2018 just now Eurasian Resources Group Profits by Preventing 88,000 Tonnes of Waste Dumping in Kazakhstan The Eurasian Resources Group (ERG), a diversified natural resources group, has used up to twenty types of waste to manufacture new products and helped prevent the dumping of over 88,000 tonnes of waste in Kazakhstan during the first half of 2018. read more … Screen, Optical, Air and Robotic Sorting for Food Grade PET Flake in El Segundo 4 hours ago BHS & Krones Equipment at rPlanet Earth’s New Closed Loop PET Recycling Facility in California rPlanet Earth has opened a new 302,000 square-foot plastics recovery and production facility, capable of producing 80 million pounds of food and drink packaging annually. read more …
UK’s Largest Recycling Facility of its Kind Monday, 15:05 VIDEO: 400,000 Tonne C&D Waste Recycling Facility Opens in Scotland Northern Ireland based wet processing equipment manufacturer, CDE Global, has completed the largest recycling plant of its kind in the UK for Scottish C&D waste firm Brewster Bros. read more …
Anaerobic Digestion Could Cut Global Emissions by 20% Monday, 14:39 ADBA Celebrates the Role of Biogas in Cutting GHG Emissions as Green GB Week Gets Underway The UK’s Anaerobic Digestion & Bioresources Association (ADBA) has highlighted the role of biogas in tackling climate change as Green GB Week gets underway. read more … Italian Firm to Exhibit Patented Recycling System in Rimini Monday, 10:32 Ecostar to Showcase Hexact Dynamic Disc Screens for Recycling Facilities at ECOMONDO Italian recycling equipment manufacturer Ecostar will be exhibiting two Hexact dynamic disc screens at the forthcoming ECOMONDO exhibition in Rimini from 6-9 November this year. read more … Software Innovation Achieves Higher Levels of Accuracy Monday, 09:54 TOMRA Enhances X-TRACT with Multi-Density Channels to Improve Recyclate Purity TOMRA Sorting Recycling has introduced a new-generation X-TRACT machine with innovative Dual Processing Technology to improve the accuracy of material recognition and waste sorting. read more … European Chemicals Agency to Rule on Health Impacts of Rubber Granules from Recycled Tyres Friday, 13:23 BIR Tyres & Rubber Committee: Science must be Prevail in Recycled Rubber Infill Debate In addition to Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons the European Chemicals Agency will continue to look into the possible health impacts of other substances contained in the granules and mulches derived from end-of-life tyres. read more …
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