Two Additional Eddy Current Separators for Re-Gen Waste Ltd The day before yesterday, 15:34 Eriez Boosts Metal Recovery for Northern Ireland Recycling Firm Eriez Magnetics Europe has upgraded Re-Gen Waste Ltd’s material recycling facility with two identical 2000mm wide ST22-80 Eddy Current Separators. read more … Volvo’s Automated Waste Collection Vehicles The day before yesterday, 14:54 IN DEPTH: Autopilot for Refuse Collection Vehicles It works for aircraft. It works for harvesters in agriculture. So why shouldn’t refuse collection vehicles benefit from ‘autonomous technology’? Malcolm Bates investigates... read more …
Veolia to Unveil Eco-Friendly ‘Bottle Festoon’ Art Exhibit Tuesday, 14:46 Chandeliers from Recycled Bottles to Light Up London Veolia is to unveil an art installation that will transform used drinks bottles into glittering, eco-friendly chandeliers made by communities across London. read more …
Extraordinary Restrictions Adversely Impacting Recycling Programs Tuesday, 13:43 SWANA Disappointed as Chinese Government Finalises Waste Import Restrictions SWANA has expressed disappointment with China’s Ministry of Environmental Protection (MEP) decision to finalise a quality standard of 0.5% for certain imported recyclables. read more … Saubermacher Aims to Revolutionise Waste Industry 10.01.2018 16:58 Wastebox.biz App Links Waste Producers with Managers Austrian tech firm, Saubermacher, has launched 24/7 service for its digital platform aimed at being the Uber of the skip hire industry. read more … Plans to Deploy Pipeline of Customer Ready Projects 10.01.2018 15:36 $46m Additional Finance for Waste Gasification firm Aries Clean Energy Nashville, Tennessee based waste gasification firm, Aries Clean Energy, has issued approximately over $46 million in additional investments. read more … 3000 TPD Integrated Waste Management Facility off the coast of Shek Kwu Chau 10.01.2018 15:09 US$4bn Waste to Energy Deal for Keppel Seghers in Hong Kong Waste to energy and infrastructure firm Keppel Seghers and its Chinese partner, Zhen Hu, have been awarded a contract worth $4 billion for Hong Kong’s first integrated Waste Management Facility to be built on a reclaimed island. read more …
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