250,000 TPA Plant to Recovery Materials & Fuel from Industrial & Construction Waste 07.08.2018 12:28 VIDEO: Australia’s Largest Waste to Fuel Plant Opens in Sydney A multi-million dollar resource recovery and Process Engineered Fuel plant in Sydney, Australia, largest of its kind in the country, has been officially opened. read more … Chinese Backing for Canadian Waste to Fuel & Chemicals Specialist 08.02.2018 13:11 Waste to Biofuel Firm Enerkem Secures US$222m Investment Canadian waste to bio fuels and chemicals firm, Enerkem, has completed a C$280 million (US$222 million) investment round with both new and existing investors – its largest investment to date. read more … Canadian Firm Using Municipal Solid Waste to Produce Liquid Fuels 03.10.2017 12:19 VIDEO: Enerkem Commences Commercial-Scale Production of Ethanol from Waste Canadian waste to liquid fuel and chemicals specialist, Enerkem Inc, has started the commercial production of cellulosic ethanol at its plant in Edmonton. read more … Sustane Technologies to Build Demonstration Plant 27.07.2017 13:33 Canadian Waste to Renewable Fuels Firm Secures $2.6m Government Funding Halifax, Canada based Sustane Technologies has secured $2.6 million investment into its waste to fuel and energy technology as part of the Government's Innovation and Skills Plan. read more … Renewable Fuel from Waste Firm Neste Welcomes Decision 24.07.2017 16:13 Waste Based Fuels Given Boost as California Extends Cap & Trade Program In California lawmakers have given renewable fuels, including those produced from wastes and residues a boost with a vote on to extend the State's cap and trade program until 2030. 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 … 500 Times More Plastic Microparticals in Oceans than Stars in Our Galaxy 22.06.2017 14:54 BLOG: Protecting Land & Ocean from Plastic Waste As waste plastics break down into microparticles they form the marine equivalent of smog. Adrian Griffiths explains why it's everyone’s problem, but not “all doom and gloom”. read more …
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