The Outer Hebrides Local Energy Hub project has been shortlisted for the Partnership Scotland Award at this year’s VIBES – Scottish Environment Business Awards.
Philippines Senator, Win Gatchalian, has committed to champion the creation of a regulatory framework for waste to energy technologies in the 18th Congress.
Following the recent establishment of Bright Biomethane North America, the first projects upgrading biogas produced from manure will soon be realised in the north west New York State.
New Zealand’s ‘first’ large-scale, waste to energy plant was announced by Minister Shane Jones at fresh fruit and produce suppler, T&G’s Global’s covered crops facility at Reporoa.
AeroThermal manufactures and installs bespoke industrial autoclaves for the waste, aerospace, industry sectors, has announced that its first TPH vessel was onstream processing bio-waste for the first time for a renewables company in the UK.
The potential for biogas and biomethane from Anaerobic Digestion to further cut carbon emissions from the transport network has been highlighted on Clean Air Day by the Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association.
Legal regulations such as the EU Waste Framework Directive, combined with sparse natural resources and climate protection through greater efficiency require increased utilisation of recyclables from all types of waste.
Thermal Hydrolysis technology developer, Lystek International, has launched its low temperature, commercial scale containerised system for on-site biosolid and organic waste management, the Lystek Mobile THP.
A self-contained onsite farm waste solution, which uses a combination of biogas from anaerobic digestion and solar power, has been launched by Bioplex and Controllis.
At the recent Organic Waste Management: Experience and Prospects conference in Moscow over 120 Russian and international participants discussed organic waste management.