Europaticker Hitachi Zosen Inova Technology Supports Waste Management in the Moscow Region,
Construction of the Second Moscow Region Energy Source from Waste Begins
The technology company Hitachi Zosen Inova (HZI) and the Russian consortium partner ZiOPodolsk supply the entire technology for the new waste power plant in the Moscow region.
Europaticker Assessment of Cytotoxic Waste Management in the Western Balkans,
Healthcare Waste Initiative
This assessment provides a status report on cytotoxic waste management in Western Balkans (WB) using data from the International Solid Waste Associations, with a focus on the national member countries.
The Romanian State Met the Targets for Recycling Packaging Waste at the National Level as Part of the EU Accession Treaty
Romania: Basic Principles for Strengthening the National Packaging Waste Management System
The United Nations Environment Programme Global Tourism Plastics Initiative
The Global Tourism Plastics Initiative unites the tourism sector behind a common vision to address the root causes of plastic pollution. It enables businesses, governments, and other tourism stakeholders to take concerted action, leading by example in the shift towards circularity in the use of plastics.
UN Environment Applying for funding through the Special Programme UN
Please note that in light of the current COVID-19 situation, the Executive Board of the Special Programme has made the decision to extend the deadline for the submission of applications to 4 September 2020.
UN Environment UN Special programme projects database
UN works on global emerging priorities issues identified by governments on the environmentally sound management of hazardous chemicals
GRI GSSB GRI 306: Waste 2020 is launched
We are pleased to announce the launch of GRI 306: Waste 2020
BIR – Bureau of International Recycling COVID-19: Update by BIR member national associations: Lockdowns eased and volumes begin their climb from low base
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, one of BIR’s key aims has been to seek out regular virus-related updates from around the world and to disseminate relevant information to the recycling industry. To this end, BIR asked for latest feedback during a virtual meeting of national association members on Friday May 15, of which the following is a summary.
The Chemical Engineer CCS pilot phase successfully completed on Norwegian waste-to-energy plant
Norwegian pilot plant for Carbon Capture from WTE plant was successful ad may lead to 400,000 ton/year industrial-scale plant
Allison Hanes • Montreal Gazette Allison Hanes: Could Montreal turn trash to treasure?
Municipalities everywhere are contending with a garbage crisis as mass consumption produces ever more trash, recycling programs are strained by the growing volume and growing roster of new materials, and countries like China shut their doors to the West's waste
Ellen Cools Leading by example: Finland, Canada collaborate to build a circular economy
The seminar, called “Business in circular economy is cool,” aimed to combine Finnish and Canadian experience in this sector to boost the economy.
UN Environment programme; Basel Convention Small Grant Programme on plastic waste
A series of projects on plastic waste will be undertaken under the Basel and Stockholm Conventions’ Regional Centre Small Grants Programme - in short ‘SGP on plastic waste’.
Author: Kartik Kapoor MSWM in Wuhan during the epidemic of COVID-19
Wuhan is the largest city in Central China, with a land area of 8569 square kilometers and a permanent population of more than 11 million.
Embassy of The Arab Republic of Egypt, Commercial & Economic Office Berlin
Specific Announcement Notice Request for Expression of interest (EoI) for Waste to Energy Projects
Within the framework of the implementation of the National Strategy for Integrated Solid Waste Management in Egypt, Feed-in Tariff mechanism was approved for promotion of W2E
Basel Convention The Plastic Waste Partnership: photography contest
Submission deadline: September 30, 2020
UN environment Waste management an essential public service in the fight to beat COVID-19
With the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic continuing to spread and its impacts upon human health and the economy intensifying day-by-day, governments are urged to treat waste management, including of medical, household and other hazardous waste, as an urgent and essential public service in order to minimise possible secondary impacts upon health and the environment
CEWEP Waste Incineration safely destroys viruses at high temperature
The European Environment Commission recognizes the importance of WTE power plants is dealing with the COVID-19 wastes. Over the years, the Global WTERT Council has published the fact that over 60 EU plants co-combust medical wastes along with MSW
Bavarian Research Alliance (BayFOR) Invitation: Virtual International Partnering - Innovation in environment, energy and circular economy
4 & 5 May 2020, 9:30 to 17:30 hrs; Venue: Online/virtual via the B2Match
Acrplus.org Municipal waste management and COVID-19
As an international network platform, ACR+ is collecting data on the different systems and solutions implemented across Europe to manage municipal waste in the current situation
Press release No. 053/20 Federal Environment Ministry (BMU) |Nature/Biological Diversity German Environment Minister Schulze: Global nature conservation can reduce risk of future epidemics
Prof. Nickolas Themelis, Global WtERT Council US Federal court strikes down Baltimore Clean Air Act
Wheelabrator, NWRA initially filed lawsuit against the city for the Baltimore Clean Air Act
ITAD: TAB Confirmed as System-relevant Disposal Infrastructure
In its response to an ITAD position paper, the Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Urban Affairs has confirmed the classification of thermal waste treatment as a system-relevant disposal infrastructure thereby preventing obstruction of this waste system
China Energy Building WTE Plant in Ukraine
China Energy Engineering Corp Ltd announced it will build the Karsa waste-to-energy plant in Kyiv, Ukraine
WASTEDIVE OSHA: Treat municipal waste and recycling with possible COVID-19 contamination
OSHA still recognizes waste and recycling workers are among a select few groups that could have occupational exposure. Workers in the healthcare, deathcare, airline, laboratory, border protection and wastewater management sectors are also believed to face heightened risks.