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Midland Firm Gets Deal For Waste-To-Energy Plant In Bahamas

MIDLAND — Cirque Energy Inc. (OTC Pink: EWRL) announced a tentative deal for a 600-kilowatt waste-to-energy plant at Cat Cay Yacht Club of North Cat Cay Island, Bahamas. 338 more words


Why the Srinagar Hydro Electric Project continues to remain a threat


Srinagar of my thought A recent trip to Srinagar, Pauri Garhwal was educative and eventful. Myself belonging to border areas of Pauri District, I had heard village people often talking of… 4,529 more words


Trash: A big problem you rarely see.

Managing solid waste (trash) is a challenge for any civilization, and it’s one of the easiest places that we as individuals can make a difference. Everyone has heard the reduce, reuse, recycle mantra and by practicing it thoroughly most individuals can reduce their personal garbage production. 800 more words


Love Food Hate Waste - The global food waste scandal and what you can do about it

Tristram Stuart’s food waste awakening came in his teen years, a by-product of his decision to raise pigs for pocket money (see below). The awareness he gained regarding the scale of the problem became the catalyst for Stuart’s prize-winning book, … 1,142 more words

Solid Waste

Metro Vancouver Launches Love Food – Hate Waste Campaign to Reduce Residential Food Waste

On Thursday, May 7, Metro Vancouver announced the launch of a three-year campaign to reduce the amount of avoidable food waste residents are generating in their households. 463 more words

Solid Waste

How One US State Is Confronting a Difficult Solid Waste Problem: Mattresses

Not many people like to think about their trash. They want it gone, out of the way, like magic….poof, as painlessly as possible. I have noticed in my travels that one of the worst, most neglected wastes to deal with is the common sleep mattress. 1,043 more words

Environmental Policy

POST B- Converting Plastic to Fuel

Land solid waste is known to be one of the major contributors of world pollution, and its an area that some countries both developing and non-developing struggle to find a solution to. 602 more words