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WELTEC BIOPOWER plays its part in Melbourne AD facility

In October the ground was broken for one of Australia's most innovative biogas projects. In the next 14 months, German biogas plant manufacturer WELTEC BIOPOWER and its project partner Aquatec Maxcon will establish a biogas plant in a Melbourne suburb. The 1MW plant for the anaerobic digestion of ...

Four-day working week prompts use of cyclist safety technology

Since introducing a four-day working week and longer hours each day for the shared waste collection service, Suffolk Coastal Services and Waveney Norse have equipped their new refuse collection vehicles with the Cyclear cyclist warning display system. The move is to ensure that vehicles meet the ...

KEL-BERG opts for VWS fixed axle weighbridge

As part of the requirements of the whole vehicle type approval certification process, KEL-BERG, a manufacturer of commercial trailers and bodies, has installed a fixed axle weighbridge from Vehicle Weighing Solutions (VWS) at its premises to weigh every trailer and declare the correct weight of its ...

Autoclaves quadruple gas yield from black bag municipal waste

Pre-treating black bag municipal waste in an autoclave before sending it to anaerobic digestion could increase methane generation by over 300% and substantially reduce the amount of material requiring disposal, according to autoclave specialist the AeroThermal Group.

East Lothian awards compostables contract to Cromwell Polythene

Cromwell Polythene has won a contract to supply 7.3 million compostable kitchen caddy liners to East Lothian Council in East Scotland which has introduced a food waste kerbside collection scheme to boost its recycling rate and comply with legislative targets. By collecting food waste separately the ...

Yotta clocks up Welsh street scene success

Yotta's software is underpinning nearly 90% of Welsh local authorities in the management and delivery of frontline street scene services. With more than 60 individual installations of Yotta's Mayrise Management Software, including street lighting, street works, highways and waste, Yotta is also ...

M J Church opts for twin ram baler from Middleton Engineering

With six times the output of an existing machine, a new twin ram baler from Middleton Engineering is helping M J Church deliver on its goals to recycle 100% of waste materials from commercial and industrial customers. Waste streams include mixed construction plastics, rigid plastics and cardboard ...

Toton Aggregates launches sustainable aggregate product

An East Midlands-based supplier of recycled aggregates is now offering construction and civil engineering firms in Nottingham and Leicester a locally-manufactured, high quality recycled material for use during building and roadworks jobs.

MOBA launches MAWIS Web

MOBA, machine control specialists, has launched its latest web-based waste management software.

ExxonMobil and Infinis sign five-year contract

ExxonMobil, a provider of advanced lubrication solutions for landfill gas (LFG) operations, has signed a five-year contract with Infinis, an independent UK-based renewable power generator. The new contract is reported to follow 18 years of association with Infinis.

DS Smith pledges commitment to plastic recycling rates

DS Smith has pledged its commitment to the UK’s Plastic Recycling Action Plan (PIRAP), a programme focussed on improving recycling rates by bringing together producers, consumers, recyclers and reprocessors of plastics.

UKCM launches 'Beef Up Your Bins' campaign

Container repair and refurbishment specialist, UK Container Maintenance (UKCM) has launched a campaign to emphasise the importance of strengthening containers to the Waste Industry.

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