Big Names from Waste to Energy Industry to Speak The day before yesterday, 13:33 Energy from Waste Conference 2018 to Focus on Economic and Operational Best Practice The Energy from Waste Conference 2018, taking place 27th February-1st March 2018 in London, will have a theme of Economic and Operational Best Practice for Successful Energy from Waste Project Delivery. read more … Free Information on Implementing Zero Waste Strategies Tuesday, 15:29 VIDEO: Zero Waste Europe’s Masterplan for Cities 10 years since the first formal commitment towards Zero Waste from a European city, Zero Waste Europe has published a guide for city waste planners, the Zero Waste Cities Masterplan. read more … Nine Year Extension Includes Energy from Waste Facility Upgrades Monday, 16:15 €95m Waste to Energy Deal for Veolia in Reims, France Veolia has secured a €95 million for recycling and waste recovery project to improve the Reims waste to energy recovery plant in France business in France as of 1 January 2018. read more … Calls for Chinese Government to Redefines “Carried Wastes” 08.12.2017 13:33 Bureau of International Recycling Responds to China WTO Notification Clarification about the GB Standards that accompanied the Chinese WTO notifications on 15 November 2017 has been called for by the Bureau of International Recycling. read more … AD Not Just Important for Energy but Also Soils 07.12.2017 21:48 Anaerobic Digestion Central to UK Policy Goals Lord Lord Deben, Chair of Committee on Climate Change has told ADBA’s National Conference 2017 that anaerobic digestion central to policy goals. read more … Multidisciplinary Approach to Depollute Former Industrial Zone 06.12.2017 17:18 €5m Site Remediation Project for SUEZ in Amsterdam SUEZ has secured a €5 million contract to support Amsterdam in its urban renewal project for 2 years by transforming the former industrial zone into a new public area, including the recovery of hazardous wastes. read more … Second Use & Long Service Life Holding Back Volume for Recycling 04.12.2017 14:37 IN DEPTH: Recycling to Supply 9% of Global Lithium Demand by 2025 A new analysis of the global lithium-ion end-of-life market has concluded that the total amount of recycled lithium could reach 5800 tonnes (30,000 tonnes LCE) in 2025. read more …
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