Entre el 22 y 23 de Octubre, se realizará la ya clásicas E-Scrap 2014, en Orlando, EEUU

E-Scrap 2014: A big-picture look We all know the major trends that are quickly re-shaping the e-scrap industry. Think processor consolidation, CRT glass struggles and the possibility of material export regulations. But understanding exactly how those developments intertwine and shape market opportunities can be a bit of mind boggle. Fortunately, E-Scrap 2014 will be bringing... Leer más →

Is yours the next big idea in recycling? 

 The deadline for submitting a short proposal to the second annual Recycling Innovators Forum is rapidly approaching, but there's still time to enter your game-changing idea to the competition.     Designed to elevate and support actionable ideas that will generate real returns for recycling companies and stakeholders, the 2014 Recycling Innovators Forum enables inventors, teams,... Leer más →

£240M WASTE TO ENERGY & MBT PLANNING APPLICATION IN NORTHERN IRELAND

28 March 2014 By Ben Messenger Managing EditorA planning application for a £240 million waste to energy and Mechanical Biological Treatment (MBT) facility in Northern Ireland has been submitted by the Becon Consortium. The consortium is backed by waste to energy developer the Energy from Waste group (EEW) which is owned by EQT Infrastructure (51%), a group of... Leer más →

Debate sobre la gestión de plásticos: “¿residuos contaminados o inertes?” (en inglés)

Barry Phillips Smith Independent Environmental Manager & Environmental Sustainability ConsultantThis is intriguing! In the EU, most plastic waste is classified as "inert" (as far as landfills are concerned) and only becomes "hazardous" if contaminated with dangerous substances. Why should beach-collected plastics be classified as hazardous? Are you talking about seaked containers, or just general beach litterNikki... Leer más →

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