What is a Waste Transfer Station? Well, let us explain Waste Transfer Stations, were once simply depots, often not even roofed where the dust-carts (now called Refuse Collection Vehicles (RCVs)) would return after collecting each load of rubbish for their bin collection rounds. The RCVs deposit their 3 to 5 tonnes of collected household, and […]
Update for 2019 of the ArrowBio MBT process which incorporates Anaerobic Digestion technology: The original company may or may not now be operating. There appear to be a number of similarly named spin-off companies. The process continues to be an interesting example of how anaerobic digestion can be harnessed in MBT (Mechanical Biological Treatment of […]
The following US recycling systems companies are believed to supply recycling equipment to the US, and other countries internationally for use in MRFs (Materials Recovery Facilities) and Energy Recovery Facilities (incinerators). The Waster was asked to provide a list of recycling equipment companies recently, by a waste management professional, wishing to obtain quotes for installing a […]
A list of DRY waste separation methods for municipal solid waste materials are provided, with a short description of each. These separation techniques will become increasingly familiar as the solid waste management techniques used to divert waste from landfill and recycle continue to be developed, to process and recycle more and more of the world’s […]
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 […]
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.
German MBT leader stands up in defence of Mechanical Biological Treatment.
The Waster is often asked for a list of UK MRFs so the announcement made in our article below should, at the very least have provided a UK municipal MRF search tool with a list of addresses and operator names. This is a glaring gap in the available information on these plants in Britain. Scroll […]