UKWIR Funded Research Project on Sewage Sludge Recycling 21.07.2017 15:00 Consultancies Team Up to Investigate Threats of Recycling Biosolids to Ground Environmental consultants, Aqua Enviro, have joined a consortium led by fellow consultancy, ADAS, to deliver a strategic project looking at threats from recycling biosolids to land. read more … Notre Dame Researchers Work to Improve Radioactive Waste Recycling 07.07.2017 13:25 Research into Clusters of Uranium Nano-Molecules to Recycle Nuclear Weapon Waste Researchers at the University of Notre Dame, Indiana, are developing a process to recycle radioactive waste from nuclear power plants to form clusters of uranium nano-molecules that could potentially be turned back into useable fuel. read more … Scientists Develop New Catalyst to Reduce Cost of Recycling Organic Waste into Fuel 04.07.2017 11:40 IN DEPTH: Zeolite Crystal Breakthrough to Boost Biofuel Production from Waste Researchers at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) using zeolite crystals to significantly reduce the temperature and energy requirements of converting organic waste into fuel. read more … Findings Released by SWANA's Applied Research Foundation 28.06.2017 09:56 Research on Landfill Final Cover Systems Documented in New Report The benefits of two alternatives final cover systems for landfill to those prescribed in US EPA non-hazardous waste landfill regulations have been documented by SWANA's Applied Research Foundation. read more … The Ocean Cleanup Report First to Estimate Plastic Flows in Global Rivers 27.06.2017 15:14 Upto 2.4m tonnes of Waste Plastics Transported to the Ocean by World’s Rivers Annually Rivers transport between 1.15 and 2.41 million tonnes of plastic waste into the world’s oceans each year, according to researchers at The Ocean Cleanup. read more … Research into Microoranisms Colonising Tiny Fragments of Plastic Pollution 23.06.2017 13:51 Expédition MED 2017 Sets Sail to Research Plastic Waste Ecosystems Expédition MED 2017 scientific voyage to research the new ecosystems of marine microorganisms and bacteria which colonise and live on micro-fragments of degraded plastic, has set sail from the port of Fiumicino, Italy. read more … Contract Extension to Handle Diverse Waste from Polar Research 16.06.2017 13:13 Veolia Deal to Treat Waste from British Antarctic Survey at UK Waste to Energy & Recycling Facilities To ensure its research activities leave no waste in the Antarctic, the British Antarctic Survey has extended the waste and recycling services remit of resource management firm Veolia. read more …
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