Veolia has made a firm offer to French gas and power utility Engie for the acquisition of 29.9% of the Suez shares. Both firms operate hundreds of recycling, biowaste, biogas, waste to energy and landfill operations around the world.
James Thompson, Managing Director of Gen-C, explains how a live monitoring system can protect biogas engines at anaerobic digestion plants from the five most common hidden causes of engine shutdown…
At a biogas plant near Chandigarh in the state of Punjab, the Indian company Source Facility has installed a BHS Biogrinder to process organic waste materials for the production of biogas.
Waste to energy technology firm, Aries Gasification, a wholly owned subsidiary of Franklin, Tennessee, based Aries Clean Energy, has filed a Complaint for Patent Infringement on Thursday, July 9, 2020, against North Fork Community Power, LLC; Phoenix Biomass Energy, Inc.; and EQTEC plc,
Sonthofen, Germany based BHS-Sonthofen has launched a new, completely redesigned version of the its Biogrinder for biomass processing.
Ghent based Organic Waste Systems has strengthened its position in Europe and Asia with DRANCO-technology in spite of the on-going global pandemic.
An independent test carried out by the Métropole d'Aix-Marseille-Provence administrative area in the south of France has shown that FuelSense® 2.0 software, developed by Allison Transmission, saved up to 12% fuel on some of its refuse collection vehicles.
As it endeavours to meet the 50% EU recycling target, Spain’s capital city of Madrid has been specifically targeting the separate collection of organic waste since 2017. In November last year, the city rolled out its brown bin collection scheme to a further eight districts, leaving just the very centre to come online later this year…
In the North West of England, the City of Liverpool has taken a step to reduce urban air pollution by commissioning a fleet of Mercedes-Benz Econic waste collection trucks that run on renewable biogas.
Biomethane from sources including the digestion of organic wastes could deliver 30% of the UK’s 2030 carbon budget in the hardest to decarbonise sectors and provide green heat to 6.4 million homes by 2030, according to a report from the ADBA.