It’s the Revolutionary Solution to Anaerobic Digestion Plant Odour! AirSteril Maxi Thermal Unit Now there is a new New Air Purification and Odour Prevention Device which appears to be, by all reports, a revolutionary development for the waste and resource management industry. In recent months it has been trialled by leading waste disposal company Viridor […]
Local Authorities and Waste Management Companies from across the UK and Europe are shifting their focus towards Waste-to-energy and Anaerobic Digestion. In addition, they are now committing large sums of government funding to the emerging technologies such as Gasification, Pyrolysis and MSW to biofuels. Technology providers and local authority officers responsible for procuring these technologies […]
Donâ€™t miss out on your chance to register for the forthcoming SORP event â€“ only 1 week left to book your place! Final programme now available.
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 […]
The Irish have not followed the trend seen elsewhere of wholesale privatisation of landfill sites, and even now this article seems to describe what will be purely a short term expedient of using private contractors, only while waiting for the new Dublin incinerator to be completed. From the Irish Times, 11 February 2010 WASTE CONTRACTS […]
That Energy from Waste is by far the most popular waste technology for the UK’s top waste management companies for landfill diversion after recycling is again being demonstrated by this announcement from WRG.
It a good news announcement for UK MBT Plants. Global building solutions provider CEMEX is forming a partnership with the Waste Recycling Group (WRG) PLC to produce Climafuel, an renewable fuel known as SRF (Solid Recovered Fuel) derived from waste, for use in cement making at the Rugby cement plant.
Great practical training courses in waste and resource management available Summer/Autumn 2009.
The Waster was hoping to hear that the Greater Manchester Waste Disposal Authority and Cumbria have completed their PFI deals, but time to achieve the goal of signing within the 2008/9 financial year is fast evaporating. Here is what the New Civil Engineer magazine was saying back in February: Manchester waste PFI deal to be […]