Lystek Biowaste Process to Produce Energy & Fertiliser 17.11.2017 12:52 Thermal Hydrolysis Organic Waste to Energy Project Receives EPIC Backing Cambridge, Ontario based biowaste and organics solutions provider, Lystek International has been awarded a US $1.5 million+ grant through the EPIC Program. read more … Recycling Plant to Feature Max-Ai Robotic Sorting and FiberPure Tehcnology 25.09.2017 10:20 BHS Selected for Puente Hills Material Recycling Facility Bulk Handling Systems has secured a contract from The Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County to design, manufacture and install a new recycling system at the Puente Hills Materials Recovery Facility. read more … Legislation to Boost Recycling Set Aside 08.09.2017 12:04 Bottle Recycling Slump in from 85% to 77% in California as Reimbursement Levels Drop As California's Bottle Bill celebrates its 30th anniversary this month, recycling rates are tumbling as recycling centers close due to inaction in the state legislature to fix the program. 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 … Governor Signs AB 1572 into Force to Help Boost Recycling & Cut Landfill 09.08.2017 11:26 Greater Powers to Enforce Waste Laws for CalRecycle in California California's Governor Brown has signed into law AB 1572, which gives CalRecycle greater flexibility in enforcing waste laws. read more … Californian Firm Targets 20 Regions for Clean Lead Recycling Process Patents 09.08.2017 09:38 Aussie Patent for Aqua Metals' Lead Acid Battery Recycling Technology Alameda, California based Aqua Metals, which is commercialising a clean lead acid battery recycling technology, has secured a patent in Australia. 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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