Robust Enforcement of EPR Needed Monday, 14:17 EU Bodies Unite in Call for Coalition to Boost Circular Economy The European Committee of the Regions and the European Parliament have joined forces to push the EU towards more ambitious waste management directives and a boosted circular economy action plan. Read more … DBS SSU:200 Saves £25k Per Month Monday, 13:18 CASE STUDY: Ultrafines from Road Sweepings Recycled at Suez Plant in Midlands Suez operates one of the largest road sweepings washing and recycling facilities in the midlands. To reduce costs the facility has installed an ultrafine removal system from Nottingham, UK based DBS Processing. Read more … Dog Mess, Illegal Dumping and Poor Recycling Practices Targeted 17.02.2017 16:07 Pooper Snoopers Encouraged as Liverpool Mayor Clamps Down on Waste Crime The Mayor of Liverpool, Joe Anderson, has launched an initiative to crackdown on illegal waste dumping, residents who don’t recycle responsibly and dog walkers who don’t pick up their dogs mess. Read more … Global Electric Electronic Processing Employee Helps Return Cash 17.02.2017 14:49 VIDEO: $100k Found in 1985 TV at Canadian E-Waste Recycling Firm $100,000 dollars has been returned to its owner after an employee at international e-waste recycling firm. Global Electric Electronic Processing (GEEP) in Barrie, Ontario found it in a 30 year old television set. Read more … Facility to Boost State’s Glass Recycling Rate from 6% to 22% 16.02.2017 14:43 Momentum Recycling to Open 49,000 TPA Glass Recycling Facility in Colorado Salt Lake City based glass recycling firm, Momentum Recycling, is set to open a new bottle-to-bottle recycling plant near Northwest Parkway in unincorporated Boulder. Read more … Should More Empahsis be Placed on Separate Glass Recycling Schemes 15.02.2017 15:24 Plastic Bottle Deposit Plans Likely to be Ditched by UK Government The UK government appears to be set to rule out the implementation of a deposit scheme for plastic bottles of the type which has boosted collection rates of drinks containers in Norway to 96% and 98.5% in Germany. Read more … JCI Becomes First Licensee for AquaRefining Recycling Technology 15.02.2017 13:17 Johnson Controls Agrees Deal for Aqua Metals’ Clean Lead Acid Battery Recycling Tech Aqua Metals, a California based firm which has developed a clean process for recycling lead acid batteries, has finalised an investment agreement with Johnson Controls covering North America, China and Europe. Read more …
Loading …