Putting Waste to Work in a Land Down Under 2019-03-05 12:44:07 IN DEPTH: Australia’s First Waste to Energy Plant Australia has been slow on the uptake of waste to energy. Now, following China’s ban on imports, a 40 MW waste to energy plant near Perth has the all-clear to proceed. It could be the first of many. read more ... CNIM to Design, Build and Operate 300,000 TPA Sharjah WtE Plant 2019-02-05 11:53:53 IN DEPTH: Bee’ah and Masdar Double Down on Waste to Energy in UAE In the city of Sharjah the Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company and environmental services company Bee’ah have completed the financing of a $220 million waste to energy plant – the country’s first. read more ... Energy from Waste ‘Hand-in-Hand' with Recycling 2019-01-25 13:34:43 IN DEPTH: Do Waste to Energy Plants Discourage Recycling? A common perception amongst the public is that Waste to Energy plants discourage recycling. Gareth Jones argues, it can be easier and more economically feasible than traditional recycling methods for some plastics. read more ... What Does it Take to be a Berliner? 2018-12-10 14:06:59 IN DEPTH: Electrifying Waste Collection in Berlin WMW’s Malcolm Bates meets the team at Berlin’s waste collection outfit, BSR, to explore the challenges and benefits of taking refuse collection electric… read more ... Malcolm Bates Arranges a ‘Real Life’ Test 2018-10-09 12:36:43 HANDS ON: Testing Time for Falken Tyres in the Waste Collection Sector Falken Tyres recently introduced new truck
tyre designs for urban operations. But are they tough enough for a life in the waste and recycling sector? read more ... Low-Energy Extraction Wells a Cheaper Option? 2018-08-24 14:36:54 IN DEPTH: Groundwater Monitoring of Landfill Leachate Early detection of contaminants in groundwater released from landfill sites helps facilitate timely and effective source control and mitigation, but could low-energy extraction wells offer a cheaper alternative to passive wells? read more ... Could Bacteria Found Feeding on PET Waste Cause a Recycling Revolution? 2018-07-27 12:57:06 IN DEPTH: Engineering Enzymes to Reduce Plastic Wastes Could a PET eating enzyme engineered by scientists from three countries be the answer plastic waste and pollution? read more ...
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