Putting Waste to Work in a Land Down Under 05.03.2019 12:44 IN DEPTH: Australia’s First Waste to Energy Plant Australia has been slow on the uptake of waste to energy. Now, following China’s ban on imports, a 40 MW waste to energy plant near Perth has the all-clear to proceed. It could be the first of many. read more … Industry Wide Lessons for Worker Safety on Waste & Recycling Sites 01.02.2019 11:02 £1m Fine for Veolia Over 2013 Death of Waste Site Employee Veolia ES (UK) Limited of Pentonville Road, London has been fined £1 million and ordered to pay £130,000 costs over the death of an employee who was run over in 2013. read more … French Firm Takes Control of Western Resource Recovery 17.12.2018 11:42 Veolia Buys Out JV Partner Cleanaway Waste Management in Australia Veolia Australia and New Zealand has completed a buyout of its joint venture with Cleanaway Waste Management, acquiring full ownership of Western Resource Recovery and Total Waste Management. read more … All Cartons Collected to be Recycled by 2025 20.11.2018 12:48 Tetra Pak & Veolia Team-Up to Recycle All Beverage Carton Components in EU Tetra Pak has joined forces with waste and resource Veolia in a bid to recycle all of the components of used beverage cartons collected within the European Union by 2025. read more … Retrofit Solution to Cut Nitrogen Oxide Emissions from Waste Trucks by 99% 24.10.2018 10:02 Veolia Teams up With Exhaust Specialist to Cut NOx Emissions from Westminster RCVs Veolia is to introduce emissions reduction technology developed in the UK to its refuse collection vehicles Westminster, in the bid to reduce harmful emissions and nitrogen oxide by 99%. read more … Keppel Seghers to Supply Moving Grate Energy from Waste Technology 22.10.2018 15:38 25 Year Deal for Veolia to Operate 40 MW Waste to Energy Plant in Perth, Australia A new 40 MW waste to energy plant in Kwinana, near Perth, is to feature Keppel Seghers technology and be operated and maintained by Veolia Australia & New Zealand. read more … Collection & Recycling Programme Includes Costa, Starbucks and McDonald’s 02.08.2018 12:16 Veolia to Recycle 120m Coffee Cups in the UK Next Year 120 million coffee cups will be collected for recycling by Veolia in the UK during 2019 - a 300% increase from this time last year, following 12 months rolling out its in-store service across the UK with brands including Costa, Starbucks, McDonald’s and Caffè Nero. read more …
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