Education & Research Key to Promoting Recycling 30.01.2019 13:24 New Website & Branding for Global Recycling Foundation The Global Recycling Foundation, launched at last year’s Bureau of International Recycling’s World Recycling Convention, has unveiled a new logo and website. read more … Battery Recycling R&D Centre to be Set Up 18.01.2019 14:50 US Department of Energy Launches Lithium-Ion Battery Recycling Prize A Lithium-Ion Battery Recycling Prize has been launched by US Energy Secretary Rick Perry in a move that will also see the establishment of an associated Battery Recycling R&D Center. read more … 2018 Innovation Radar Prize for Swiss Recycling Tech Start Up 09.01.2019 13:36 VIDEO: Gr3n’s Microwave Assisted Chemical PET Recycling Secures Innovation Award A chemical recycling technology which uses microwaves to accelerate the depolymerisation of waste PET material has secured the 2018 Innovation Radar Prize. read more … UK Target of Eliminating All Avoidable Plastic Waste by 2042 07.12.2018 11:38 Government Funding for Biome Technologies in Bid to Tackle Plastic Waste Biome Technologies has received further government funding as part of its £6 million programme to use industrial biotechnology techniques to produce a new range of sustainable polymers. read more … Research Paper on Why It’s Sometimes Better to Recover Energy 03.12.2018 15:56 IN DEPTH: Why Switzerland Does Not Enforce Plastics Recycling In a recent research paper Prof. Dr. Rainer Bunge argues that efforts to improve the recycling of plastics are not always the most environmentally beneficial. Often energy recovery is preferable. read more … Distributed Modular Gasification Technology a Good Fit for High Japanese Gate Fees 26.11.2018 14:44 Toyota Partnership for Waste Gasification Distributed Hydrogen Firm PowerHouse Energy PowerHouse Energy Group plc, has received a formal invitation from Toyota Tsusho Corporation of Japan to engage in advanced commercial discussions regarding its DMG technology. read more … Zoo Animals Helping Scientists from UC Santa Barbra Develop New Sustainable Fuels 02.11.2018 12:27 VIDEO: Microbes from Zoo Poo – the Future of Waste to Energy? Michelle O'Malley, a chemical engineer at UC Santa Barbra is conducting research into the potential to use microbes found animals' guts to enable the discovery of new sustainable fuels. read more …
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