A variety of separation methods for municipal solid waste materials are available, and will become increasingly familiar soon. Here is our Waste Separation Technology list: 1. Screeners are sifting units that are rotated as powder is fed into their interior. 2. Air classifiers, cones or cyclones use the spiral air flow action or acceleration within […]
Archive | March, 2010
Our politicians have committed England and Wales to a target of zero waste in the future. Similar intentions have been in place in Scotland for somewhat longer. The next step will be additional regulations to limit the use of landfill, because the intent is to do much better than current EU wide legislation and targets […]
The UK Biofertiliser Certification Scheme provides guarantee to customers, farmers, food producers and shops that biofertiliser is safe and of high quality.
Waste Matchers launch SMILE. Waste Matchers – the re-use project – has announced a new service called the SMILE Network. The SMILE Network encourages collaboration between businesses through networking events in order to save costs and help the environment. At these events, businesses can offer items such as surplus products, byproducts, reusable items, office/warehouse space […]
A proposed Measure to improve how Wales deals with its waste was laid before the National Assembly on Monday 22nd February. The Measure, which is being driven by Environment Minister Jane Davidson, will enable Wales to adopt much more sustainable waste management practices, will support the Welsh Assembly Government’s work to introduce a mandatory charge […]