Minimum of 142mt of Residual Waste Likely Even with Optimum Waste Treatment 2019-07-29 10:51:32 CEWEP’s Peer-Reviewed Circular Economy Calculation Tool CEWEP has published a peer-reviewed tool to allow stakeholders to calculate how the waste weight shifts between recycling/composting, landfilling and the need for residual waste treatment. read more ... European Investment Bank Funding Likely to Follow 2019-06-21 13:44:20 €90m World Bank Backing for Solid Waste & Water Projects in Belarus Thanks to significant financial support from the World Bank, Belarusians are set to gain access to more efficient solid waste disposal services and water, sanitation. read more ... Russian Waste Professionals Take a Tour with Tana 2019-05-23 12:08:26 Finnish Technology Proving a Hit with Russian Waste Industry A group of Russian waste management operators, experts and sponsors visited Finland to learn how the latest waste management innovations benefit Russian industry. read more ... Electric Refuse Collection Vehicles & Landfill Gas-to-Energy Cut Carbon Emissions 2019-05-21 10:53:51 Waste Management New Zealand Secures CEMARS GHG Certification Waste Management New Zealand has secured independent certification for managing and reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions under the Certified Emissions Measurement and Reduction Scheme. read more ... Plasterboard Dumped in Glympton Landfill by John Sheehan Ltd 2019-05-07 11:36:02 Fine & Costs for Oxfordshire Firm’s Landfill Disposal Breaches John Sheehan Ltd, which operates a waste site near Woodstock, UK has been fined £17,000 after ignoring several warnings to comply with the law around controlling landfill leachate. read more ... Improved Biomass Processing & Metal Recovery Paying Dividends 2019-04-25 15:00:16 New UNTHA Shredder a Sound Investment for Crapper & Sons Crapper & Sons, a long standing waste & recycling firm based in Wootton Bassett, UK has strengthened its resource processing options with the addition of a new UNTHA shredding system to transform wood waste into a biomass fuel. read more ... Thousands of Tonnes of Hazardous Waste Illegally Landfilled 2019-04-25 12:23:48 Three-Year Jail Term for E-Waste Criminal in Illinois In Illinois, a recycling executive has been sentenced to three years in federal prison for illegally landfilling potentially hazardous electronic waste as part of a scheme to re-sell the materials and avoid paying income taxes. read more ...
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