International Cooperataion with Biofuture Platform 2016-12-05 14:33:30 London Conference: More Scope for Waste Based Biofuels to Cut GHG Emissions Further efforts are needed in the use of waste based biofuels to meet emission reduction targets adopted on the national and international levels, with a specific emphasis on the transport sector, a delegates to a conference in London have heard. read more ... BIC Study Points to 64% Reduction in GHG Emissions from Waste Collection 2016-08-23 13:15:54 Report: Zoned Waste & Recycling Collections Could Cut New York Air Pollution Establishing commercial waste collection zones could reduce associated traffic by 49% to 68% and greenhouse gas emissions by 42% to 64%, according to a study by the New York City Business Integrity Commission. read more ... $1.7m Under California Cap-and-Trade Compliance Program 2016-03-30 09:36:47 ARCA Secures Carbon Offset Credits for GHG Destruction Activities The Climate Action Reserve has approved the issuance of carbon offset credits for two greenhouse gas (GHG) destruction projects undertaken in September and November of 2015 by Minneapolis, Minnesota based ARCA Recycling, Inc. read more ... 99.9% Compliance with Continuous Emissions Monitoring 2016-02-19 11:52:24 Covanta Report: Waste to Energy Emissions Down, Recycling Up Covanta has reduced stack emissions by 53% since 2007 and increased the amount of metals it recycles to 500,000 tonnes, according to its third sustainability report. read more ... All Eyes on Energy Generation, But Don’t Forget Material Recycling 2015-12-09 14:31:37 ISWA at COP21: Tax Carbon, Recognise the Role of Waste Management in Emission Cuts The crucial role that improved waste management could play in mitigating climate change has been outlined by the International Solid Waste Association’s (ISWA) president, David Newman, at the COP21 Climate meeting in Paris. read more ... Renewable Energy & Transport Projects to Also be Backed 2015-12-01 15:15:51 New $500m Initiative to Cut GHG Emissions Targets Better Waste Management A new $500 million initiative that will find new ways to create incentives aimed at large scale cuts in greenhouse gas emissions in developing countries, including those from solid waste management, has been launched by four European countries - Germany, Norway, Sweden, and Switzerland. read more ...
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