Rich Countries Should Pay to Cut Plastic Waste in Oceans The day before yesterday, 16:09 Marine Plastic Waste Pollution Could be Cut by 77% Global funding to revolutionise waste management in the world’s worst polluting countries could lead to a 77% reduction in ocean plastic pollution by 2025 according to a new report. read more … New Connect! Communication Technology to be Displayed The day before yesterday, 15:23 Komptech to Bring a Boost to IFAT - In More Ways Than One Austrian biowaste shredding, sorting and composting equipment manufacturer, Komptech, will be showcasing its new Connect! Communications technology at this year’s IFAT exhibition. read more …
Worldwide Event Organised by the Bureau of International Recycling Thursday, 16:01 ISRI Backs First Ever Global Recycling Day Trade association, the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI) has become the first Federation Partner for the first-ever Global Recycling Day. read more …
Waste Cardboard Bale Conveyer System Replaced by Carts on Rails Thursday, 15:37 VIDEO: Automated Bale Feeder from Presona Helps DS Smith in Finland Bale conveyor system supplied by Presona is simplifying operations at for packaging manufacturer DS Smith in Finland. read more … From Solid Lumps to Granulate Wednesday, 11:27 Vecoplan to Exhibit Efficient Shredding Technology at IFAT 2018 German shredding technology firm, Vecoplan AG, is to exhibit at IFAT 2018, the world’s leading trade show for environmental technologies which will take place in Munich from May 14th to 18th. read more … CTA Architects Completes $1.1m Upgrade Project Tuesday, 15:50 IN DEPTH: Reworking a Refuse Storage Area in Harlem, New York CTA Architects has completed a $1.1 million redevelopment and upgrade of the refuse storage area at a six-building co-op complex in West Harlem’s Morningside Heights section. read more … Trigon Using Technology Including Thermal Imaging as Scrap Prices Rise Tuesday, 15:31 High-Tech Security Systems for Metal Recycling Yards With the value of scrap metal continuing to rise security firm, Trigion, is seeing growing demand for high-tech solutions to prevent break-ins and thefts. read more …
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