Gemidan Ecogi’s Process to Codigest Garden Waste & Food Waste 13.09.2017 15:44 IN DEPTH: Pulp Fraction - A Green Future for Anaerobic Digestion Danish firm, Gemidan Ecogi A/S has developed a pulping technology that allows green waste to be co-processed with food waste and digested to produce biogas. read more … MacPac 110S RCVs to Boost Food Waste Recycling 12.09.2017 11:17 Specially Designed Food Waste Collection Trucks for RiverRidge in Northern Ireland Northern Ireland based waste and recycling firm, RiverRidge, has introduced two new specially designed MacPac 110S food waste collection vehicles to its fleet of 95 vehicles. read more … Methane and CO2 Harvested from Organic Wastes Near Milan 04.09.2017 12:59 “Carbon Negative” Anaerobic Digestion Biogas Upgrading Plant Opened in Italy Milan, Italy based Tecno Project Industriale has completed a new anaerobic digestion waste treatment plant for the production of biomethane and carbon dioxide. read more … ReWaste Anaerobic Digestion Plant Open for Business 24.08.2017 12:13 VIDEO: Melbourne’s New Food Waste to Energy Plant Following five years of planning, the project formerly known as Waste to Energy and now dubbed ReWaste has opened its doors to customers. read more … FOR Solutions’ Model 500 Aerobic Composter to Treat Food Scraps in 5 Days 22.08.2017 12:15 On-Site Food Waste Composter for Vocational School in New Jersey Newton, New Jersey based commercial-scale composting solutions developer, FOR Solutions, has installed its Model 500 Composting System at the Union County Vocational Technical Schools. read more … Feedstock for 150,000 TPA Organic Material Recovery Center 18.08.2017 10:43 Lystek Contract to Divert Class B Biowaste from Landfill in California Lystek International, which uses thermal hydrolysis to treat organic wastes, has been awarded a multi-year contract by the City of Petaluma, California for Diversified Reuse of Biosolids. read more … Anaerobic Digestion, Gasification & Pyrolysis Technologies Proposed 08.08.2017 15:57 VIDEO: Journalists in Palo Alto Discuss the Lack of Progress on Waste Infrastructure When Palo Alto voters went to the polls in 2011 to "undedicate" 10 acres of parkland their objective was to enable the city to manage its own organic waste. Six years on, it hasn't happened. read more …
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