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IESP - International Expert Group on Earth System Preservation 
 
 
 
Feasibiltiy and analysis of an anaerobic digestion plant for swine sector in Aragón
The purpose of this analytical study was to investigate the feasibility of an anaerobic digestion process, taking into consideration such factors as raw materials, logistics, Spanish policies, digester design, biogas production, cogeneration production and a financial model. As a result of this study it was discovered that, from the environmental and financial point of view (IRR= 17,7%), biogas production from the manure residues of swine have a positive effect because of co digestion with poultry slurry.

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Radioactive contamination of ground water can be contained with green sludge
Radioactive waste needs millions of years to decay and may cause severe health damages when finding its way into groundwater. But now researchers at the University of Copenhagen have proved that the dangerous waste can be encapsulated and contained.
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Events
 
We suggest the following events:
 
29.5.2017, Belgium
BIOWASTE STUDY TOUR 2017  

This five-day Study Tour is developed and led by Christof Delatter of Interafval on behalf of VVSG - the Association of Flemish Cities and Municipalities. The Programme includes seminars in legal, planning and communication issues for biological waste management plus technical tours to 3 operational mega-sites in the cities of Kortrijk, Ypres and Geel.

 

6.6.2017, Mokasu
WasteTech 2017 

International exhibition for waste management, recycling, environmental technologies and renewable energy

 

12.6.2017, Stockholm, Sweden
25th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition (EUBCE) 2017 

The European Biomass Conference and Exhibition (EUBCE) is a world class annual event which, since 1980, is held at different venues throughout Europe.

The EUBCE covers the entire value chain of biomass to conduct business, network, and to present and discuss the latest developments and innovations, the vision is to educate the biomass community and to accelerate growth.

The EUBCE will host a dynamic international Exhibition for companies and research labs to showcase their latest products and bringing scientists, technologists and key players together with leading Biomass industries and organizations.

 

 
The world’s first mall for recycled goods
ReTuna Aterbruksgalleria is a mall dedicated entirely to repaired and upcycled goods. It combines a traditional municipal recycling centre with a shopping centre, so that people can drop off goods that they no longer need, and then browse for something new – perhaps stopping off at the cafe in between. It’s the first mall of its kind in Sweden, and as far as they know, the first in the world.

Everbright International Nanjing Waste-to-energy Project Phase II Completes Construction and Commences Operation
China Everbright International Limited ("Everbright International" or the "Group") (HKSE: 00257) is pleased to announce that the Group's Nanjing Waste-to-energy Project ("Nanjing Project" or the "Project") Phase II has completed construction three months ahead of schedule and commenced commercial operation.

Gatwick and DHL open new waste management plant – becoming the first airport in the world to turn Category 1 airline waste into energy onsite
Gatwick Airport and DHL Supply Chain today formally open a new waste management plant, becoming the first airport in the world to turn airport waste, such as food and packaging, into energy onsite. The new £3.8million waste plant not only disposes of Category 1 waste safely onsite, but converts it and other organic waste into energy to heat Gatwick’s waste management site and power the site's water recovery system. The plant is set to save £1,000 in energy and waste management costs for every day it operates.

 
 

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