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Recyclable coffee cups will reduce waste

Starbucks is set to trial a new design of take-away coffee cup which can be recycled – unlike their existing cups and those from most other coffee shops. 119 more words


NTU, NEA in tie-up to build incinerator research facility

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

Ash, a by-product of waste burned at incineration plants, and traditionally carted off and buried six feet under, could soon be recycled and utilised on the surface of buildings as a construction material. 498 more words

Money Matters

California Will Incinerate Dead Trees With Air-Curtain Burners To Prevent Forest Fires

CRESSMAN, Calif. (CBS/AP) — California’s drought and a bark beetle epidemic have caused the largest die-off of Sierra Nevada forests in modern history, raising fears that trees could come crashing down on people or fuel deadly wildfires that could wipe out mountain communities. 941 more words


[NEWS] Investor Proposes Using Shuttered NH Trash Incinerator for Gasification

– June 9, 2016, WCAX

A recycling firm with an option to purchase a decommissioned waste-to-energy plant in New Hampshire is proposing a pilot business turning trash into electricity using a gasification process. 107 more words


Food waste to Energy: The Business and Technology pt2

In my previous blog post, I gave a comprehensive insight about the concept of food waste and food loss, a food waste situation in one of the foodstuffs hub in Lagos,Nigeria, the impact of food waste to the environment plus the innovative ideas businesses and entrepreneurs are coming up with to reduce the emission of 1.9 tC02 eq/t for every ton of food wasted. 699 more words


Round 3

Round 3

Here we go again,
into the fray.

The Ringaskiddy Incinerator. Oral Hearing. Round 3.

Another bland hotel conference room,
Mr. Inspector on his dais. 216 more words


Fukushima Daiichi Contaminated Waste to Be Recycled into Construction Materials

Japan to Recycle Waste Collected during Fukushima Decontamination

TOKYO – The Japanese government announced Wednesday it will recycle the material collected during the decontamination of the Fukushima nuclear plant for construction purposes if radiation levels are found to be sufficiently low. 222 more words

Fukushima 2016