Saturday, October 1, 2022

Tag: waste

Open dumps present global risk

A new report quantifies the scale of the global health emergency presented by open dump sites, declaring that the problem is escalating in seriousness....
Peter Craven, CDEnviro

Red tape restricts road waste reuse

A major development of recent years has been the arrival of new treatment systems for dealing with waste from road sweepings, municipal wastewater and...
The company was found to have breached compliance with its required leachate levels.

SITA fined for landfill permit breach

A £110k fine was handed to recycling and resource management firm SITA UK on 13 January after it breached the conditions of its environmental...
Correct management of legacy landfill sites can greatly reduce the liability period.

Rethinking the care of legacy landfills

With the advent of more efficient waste processing methods and increasing landfill taxes, the days of landfilling may finally be numbered. The post-closure aftercare...
Business, networking and skills top the agenda at RWM

Business, networking and skills top the agenda at RWM

Billed as Europe's premier waste management event, RWM in partnership with CIWM opens its doors on the 10th to 12th September at the NEC....
Cups and food containers employing bio-plastics can be compostable, such as Huhtamaki's BioWare range.

Breaking it down: compostable product packaging

Envirotec looks at the latest progress MORE and more product packaging is being recycled each year but a lot of it still goes to landfill,...
A Refuse-Derived Fuel (RDF) incinerator

Reducing toxic emissions from waste incineration power plants

AIR pollution control technology for waste incineration is available from Lührfilter. Domestic and municipal waste that might otherwise have gone to landfill can now be...

5p bag charge aims to curb waste

SCOTLAND has revealed plans to charge consumers for single use carriers bags in a bid to curb plastic waste, leaving England as the only...

Nuclear waste sent to landfill

WRONGLY labelled bags of radioactive waste were sent to a landfill site, earning the company that owns the Sellafield nuclear plant a £700,000 fine. The...
Clarke Energy has signed a contract with Bord na Móna for a landfill gas power plant in the Republic of Ireland.

Irish job for Clarke Energy

Clarke Energy has signed a contract with Bord na Móna for a landfill gas power plant in the Republic of Ireland. The plant at the...
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Tyre trouble at mill – Illegal waste

NEARLY 5,000 tyres were discovered in the walls of a mill in Burnley after an Environment Agency-led investigation into illegal waste. The agency launched an...

The old ones are the best – Tackling blockages in pumps

Pump blockages resulting from large quantities of grit, debris and fibrous matter is a problem faced almost daily by operators of wastewater and effluent...
Austria, Germany and Belgium are recycling the largest proportion of municipal waste in Europe in 2010. But the UK and Ireland are chasing hard.

Catch up time for British Isles

Austria, Germany and Belgium are recycling the largest proportion of municipal waste in Europe in 2010. But the UK and Ireland are chasing hard. THOSE...
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Better by design – First for CPMG

AN architecture firm has won the go-ahead for its first major waste project after securing the contract to design a new residual waste treatment...
Faun Zoeller, one of Europe’s largest waste management systems manufacturers, is targeting the market with RCVs capable of picking up different types of waste on the same round.

Local authorities are getting all mixed up

Faun Zoeller, one of Europe’s largest waste management systems manufacturers, is targeting the market with RCVs capable of picking up different types of waste...
As social and economic views on the environment and the way in which we treat our waste are becoming a part of common culture the importance of odour control is coming to the fore

It’s still a work in progress

As social and economic views on the environment and the way in which we treat our waste are becoming a part of common culture...
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AD & Biogas 2013 is ideal show for Haigh Engineering

UK AD & Biogas 2013 in July provides Haigh Engineering, manufacturer of maceration, screening and separation systems, an ideal platform to demonstrate its low...

Partners unite to hit zero target

AN international project is aiming to develop new ways to eliminate waste and reduce the environmental impact of industry. ZeroWIN (Towards Zero Waste in Industrial...

It‘s a hard life

It’s not getting any easier for the nation’s landfill operators or the companies who rely on them for income. A combination of tax increases, alternative...
Jarshire

Tie up – Jarshire/IPS Dual Wire Tying system

Jarshire Limited has announced the introduction of the Jarshire/IPS Dual Wire Tying system in the UK and Ireland. Director Nick Jobson said: “This is...