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Sainsbury's powers supermarket by food waste By CTBR Staff Writer
Sainsbury's Cannock store has become the UK's first supermarket to run on electricity generated solely from its own food waste.
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Zero Waste Scotland invites bids for litter prevention By CTBR Staff Writer
Zero Waste Scotland (ZWS) has launched three funding programmes to tackle the impact of litter and fly-tipping throughout the country.
Enviro-Care > Recycling & Waste Management > News World Eco Energy signs $1.175bn bio-energy agreement in Iran By CTBR Staff Writer
US-based World Eco Energy has signed a preliminary agreement to invest $1.175bn to turn solid waste into electricity in Iran.
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GE to buy UK-based anaerobic digestion technology business
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GE has signed an agreement to acquire the UK-based specialist environmental technology business, Monsal.
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Stadtwerke Amstetten utilizes energy from sewers to power buildings
By CTBR Staff Writer
Stadtwerke Amstetten is working on a project that will utilize energy from sewers to power buildings in the Austrian town of Amstetten.
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Suncor Energy, partners approve new water treatment facility in Canada
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Suncor Energy and five industry partners have approved a new facility in Canada to test water treatment and recycling technologies.
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Imdaad to establish $27m material recovery facility in Dubai
By CTBR Staff Writer
Imdaad has secured a contract to establish a AED100m ($27m) material recovery facility at TechnoPark in Jebel Ali, Dubai, UAE.
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Hitachi Zosen Inova to deliver Mercia’s Kidderminster EfW facility in UK
By CTBR Staff Writer
Hitachi Zosen Inova (HZI) has secured an engineering, procurement and construction contract to deliver Mercia Waste Management’s single line 68MW thermal energy from waste (EfW) facility near Kidderminster, England, UK.
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Vermont passes single-use battery recycling law
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The Vermont House of Representatives in US has passed a bill that requires battery manufacturers to implement a statewide program by January 2016 for collecting and recycling batteries at their end of life.
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Geosyntec launches Savron as New Home of STAR and STARx for contaminated soil and liquid organic waste treatment
By CTBR Staff Writer
Geosyntec announced the formation of Savron as the exclusive vendor of STAR technology, a proven method for the safe and effective treatment of contaminated soil and liquid organic waste.
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Viridor to upgrade new material recycling facility in Plymouth, UK
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UK-based recycling firm Viridor has secured a 10-year contract from Plymouth City Council to upgrade and operate a new material recycling facility (MRF) at Chelson Meadow.
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Perma-Fix to provide mercury waste treatment services for Dounreay site in UK
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Perma-Fix Environmental Services UK, a subsidiary of Perma-Fix Environmental Services, has secured a £1.3m ($2.2m) contract from Dounreay Site Restoration (DSRL) for the disposition of mercury waste streams for the Dounreay site.
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North Wales selects Wheelabrator for waste treatment project
By EBR Staff Writer
North Wales has named a subsidiary of Waste Management, the Wheelabrator Technologies as the preferred bidder for the £600m North Wales Residual Waste Treatment Project (NWRWTP).
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