Cogent Energy Systems Doug Russell Talks to WMW about the Technology 07.11.2017 10:20 IN DEPTH: Ionic Gasifier Opens Up Door to Small-Scale Waste to Energy Virginia-based firm Cogent Energy Systems’ ionic gasification technology could be the perfect fit for small-scale waste to energy applications and even stabilise decentralised microgrids. read more … Hitachi Zosen Inova to Partner with Cesaro Mac Import on Biogas Project 07.11.2017 10:05 HZI to build Italy’s fifth Kompogas Dry Anaerobic Digestion Plant Hitachi Zosen Inova is to build a new Kompogas plant in collaboration with its Italian partner Cesaro Mac Import in Foligno, a town in the province of Perugia. read more … Awards for Innovation in Waste & Resource Management 03.11.2017 12:28 Waste & Recycling Industry Celebrated at CIWM Sustainability & Resource Awards This year’s CIWM Sustainability & Resource Awards have showcased the latest waste prevention and recycling success stories in the UK. read more … Kickstarter Funded Israeli Firm Rolls Out Upgraded Domestic Biogas System 01.11.2017 12:22 VIDEO: Household Digester Creates Biogas from Food Waste for Cooking Israeli Kickstarter firm, HomeBiogas, has launched its latest biodigester for transforming leftover food waste into clean biogas for domestic use. read more … Waste to Energy Capacity Gap Needs Addressing 27.10.2017 11:33 Viridor: Serious Debate on Vital Waste Infrastructure Needed in UK UK waste and recycling firm Viridor has called for greater debate about the best way to fund the vital recycling and recovery infrastructure required to meet the demand of the country’s economy. read more … New Benefit for SWANA Members One Year After Publication 25.10.2017 11:07 Solid Waste Association of North America's ARF Reports Now Free to Members SWANA members can now access the organisation’s Applied Research Foundation reports free of charge one year after publication. read more … Legislation on Renewable Heat Incentive Delayed Yet Again 25.10.2017 10:16 ADBA: UK Government Delays to Waste to Heat Legislation Risk Climate Targets The UK government’s decision to delay legislation to support renewable heat generation is ‘a significant threat to the UK’s ability to meet its climate goals’, according to ADBA. read more …
Loading …