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Will anybody in Peterborough see tomorrow's solar eclipse?

For a second day running it has not been possible to see the sun in Peterborough at 09:30.  I had made a note to check where it would be on Friday (tomorrow) when there is… 538 more words


Throwing it all away...

When I arrived in Germany, Spermüll was God’s gift. As a newly arrived ex-pat working for an NGO, I had little cash to spare furnishing a home. 686 more words


#TDIWH—January 23, 1913: Night soil Incinerator and NYC Death Rate

January 23, 1913: Two articles in Engineering News.

“Night Soil Incinerating Furnace at a Contractor’s Camp.” By Arthur W. Tidd, “The new 500-million-gallons-daily Catskill water-system for New York City, now being built by the Board of Water Supply, necessitates that construction work shall be carried on from the Ashokan Reservoir in the Catskill Mountains to New York City, a distance of approximately 100 miles. 464 more words


Day 113. Incineration.

4th of January

I used to think that when I will die, I will definitely want to be incinerated. It seemed the easiest and most practical decision. 157 more words


How to Manage and Solve the White Pollution Problem

White pollution is a name that people describe the phenomenon of environment polluted by waste plastics, which refer to the solid waste of plastic products made from… 207 more words

Plastics Recycling



    Incineration is a waste treatment process that involves the combustion of organic substances contained in waste materials. Incineration and other high-temperature waste treatment systems are described as “thermal treatment”.

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CE102 : Environmental Science And Engineering

Burning trash into power is not sustainable; China should learn from Denmark and move away from incineration


As we have seen in the Sound Group case, China has embarked on a vast program to deal with the MSW issue – burn’em all! 755 more words