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WELTEC BIOPOWER Croatian biogas plant goes live

This summer, a biogas plant of the German plant manufacturer WELTEC BIOPOWER went live in Varazdin, northern Croatia. According to the German biogas specialist, the 250kW plant of pig farmer Dalibor Vrcek perfectly suits the farm‘s cycle of food production, liquid manure utilisation and energy ...

ESG wins £200K radioactive materials testing contract

ESG, the UK-based provider of testing, inspection and compliance services, has been awarded a two-year, radioactive materials testing contract by the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC). The new analytical contract, worth in the region of £200,000, sees ESG characterising ...

How landfill sites can tackle odours without power or water

Dealing with odours can be difficult and costly. Previous articles in Recycling & Waste World have looked at methods of neutralising odour which require dispersal through atomisers, misters or fogging systems. Fiona Miles at Renby looks at a way to reduce odour without any power or water supply.

Cromwell appointed to arc21 framework

Leeds-based Cromwell Polythene has been appointed an official supplier of compostable kitchen caddy liners to arc21, the collaborative partnership between six councils in Northern Ireland - Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council, Ards and North Down Borough Council, Belfast City Council, Lisburn ...

ADBA publishes AD guidance on secondary containment

The Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association's training, safety and environment working group has published a tool and accompanying guide to help AD operators and developers to determine the secondary containment provisions that should be in place at their site.

Bouygues Energies & Services opts for Saxlund at Hoddesdon EfW facility

Bouygues Energies & Services, the company responsible for the engineering and construction of what is being touted as the UK’s largest waste-to-energy gasification plant currently underway at Hoddesdon in Hertfordshire, has selected Saxlund International, part of the Trention AB energy and ...

Inedible ice cream waste used to power UK homes

Not only is chocolate ice cream one of the nation's favourite flavours, it has also emerged as the most powerful flavour for green energy too. This is following a project involving the world's third largest ice cream manufacturer, R&R Ice Cream, Iona Capital and resource management company, Veolia, ...

Eunomia launches interim management service

According to the Interim Management Association (IMA) the use of interim resources has grown by 93% since 2006 as organisations seek greater labour force flexibility in financially strained times.

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