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Islands Research Publish Report on Island Waste Management

Island Waste Management: Helen Crabb of the World Island Network has emailed the Waster with details of their new waste management report, which will no doubt be essential reading for those engaged on island waste management. Their release blurb states: … many island nations collaborated to tackle the accelerating problem of waste management. Island governments […]

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Waste Mining will be New Mining Industry for the East Midlands?

Waste Mining: The East Midlands could enjoy a thriving mining industry again, but rather than coal, in the future it will be waste that’s mined. This is ccording to ADAS, the UK’s largest provider of rural and environmental solutions and policy advice, in a recent News release. As the availability of landfill space becomes limited, […]

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Energy from Waste, Seminar: Preparing for the Future – 5 & 6 September 2006 London

    Attend both days and receive a discounted rate!!! Further discount available for CIWM members. Day 1 – Tuesday 5th September Bankability and Affordability of Waste to Energy Projects Funding Options Requirements of financiers Secrets behind getting EFW projects off the ground  Day 2 – Wednesday 6th September  CHP in relation to Waste Utilisation […]

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UK Environment Agency Announces New plan to encourage a better, ‘greener’ waste management industry

A new initiative to encourage the waste management industry including landfill operators and waste treatment plants to improve their environmental performance has been announced today (8 August 2006) by the UK Environment Agency. The plan sets out the environmental and wider impacts of the waste management sector and identifies ten objectives for the industry and […]

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Recycled Ash Makes Greener Bricks

Researchers at the University of New South Wales, Australia have developed bricks and building aggregate that can be manufactured entirely from waste fly ash. The result is a strong, lightweight building material that they believe could generate a thriving new “green” industry for countries such as China and India… more… Source: Green Building Press

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Forthcoming Conference Notification: Environment Ireland 2006

4th-5th September 2006 – Burlington Hotel, Dublin The second annual Environment Ireland conference takes place on 4th & 5th September 2006 in the Burlington Hotel, Dublin.  Environment Ireland is Ireland’s largest conference on environmental policy and management and is organised in association with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Department of Environment, Heritage & […]

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