Monitoring of composting process parameters from kitchen waste and green waste generated in tourism destinations: A case study of TunisiaWassim Chaabane, Manel Selmi, Safwat Hemidat, Nour Chaher, Abdallah Nassour, Michael Nelles
Despite the organic fraction representing 68% of the total waste gene- rated (2.8 million tons produced in 2017), only 1-2% of municipal waste is currently biologically treated in Tunisia.
WtERT Germany Croatian Delegation visited Bavarian WtE- and Composting Plant
As a completion of the intensive cooperation of the export initiative Environmental Technologies "Sustainable Waste and Recycling Management in Croatia", a high-ranking 30-member delegation from Croatia visited Bavaria.
What a Waste 2.0: A Global Snapshot of Solid Waste Management to 2050Kaza, Silpa; Yao, Lisa C.; Bhada-Tata, Perinaz; Van Woerden, Frank.
By 2050, the world is expected to generate 3.40 billion tons of waste annually, increasing drastically from today’s 2.01 billion tons.
Elsevier The potential for a plastic recycling facility to release microplastic pollution and possible filtration remediation effectivenessErina Brown, Anna MacDonald, Steve Allen, Deonie Allen
This pilot study investigates microplastic pollution from a mixed plastics recycling facility in the UK to advance current quantitative understanding of microplastic (MP) pollution release from a plastic recycling facility to receiving waters.
The World Bank Global Waste to Grow by 70 Percent by 2050 Unless Urgent Action is Taken: World Bank Report
Driven by rapid urbanization and growing populations, global annual waste generation is expected to jump to 3.4 billion tonnes over the next 30 years
WtERT Germany Visitors from Kazakhstan
A delegation of 19 people from Kazakhstan came to Munich in June 2018 to learn about WtERT Germany and to see the biowaste fermentation plant in Warngau.
Science of The Total Environment, Volumes 640–641 Characterization of bioenergy biochar and its utilization for metal/metalloid immobilization in contaminated soilXiao Yang, Avanthi D Igalavithana, Sang-Eun Oh, Hyungseok Nam, Ming Zhang, Chi-Hwa Wang, Eilhann E Kwon, Daniel CW Tsang, Yong Sik Ok
This study is a comparison of the effect of biochar produced by bioenergy systems, via the pyrolysis and gasification processes, on the immobilization of metals/metalloids in soil.