Waste industries

Lifestyle choices of wealthy and middle-class consumers

The COP26 negotiations focused on green technologies and finance. Governments pledged money, businesses pledged net zero output, and ordinary citizens… did nothing! Individual activists have made a lot of noise, but there has been no systematic effort to organize the shift in consumption patterns necessary to achieve our common goal of keeping global warming below 1.5 degrees Celsius. The Chichester …

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Analysis: M&A waste: who is in charge?

Food waste, yard waste and agricultural by-products may be among the discarded materials for which a global secondary raw materials market is an unlikely destination. This does not mean, however, that the economic opportunities for handling these materials are non-existent. Companies like Ontario, Anaergia Inc., based in Canada, are among those offering publicly traded stocks to invest in these opportunities. …

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Tech crackdowns in China and the US set the stage for the next phase of competition – TechCrunch

Scott Baden is editor of the TechCrunch Global Affairs Project special series and a regular contributor on foreign affairs. He is the former speechwriter of Mike Bloomberg and co-author of “More Human: Designing a World Where People Come First”. More posts from this contributor Presentation of the TechCrunch Global Affairs project Is Washington ready for a geopolitical “technological race”? The …

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Help improve vision in the world, one pair of glasses at a time

November 18, 2021 By Melody Borgman (E-mail), Director of Corrections and Kimberly Isham (E-mail), correctional industry specialist Department of Corrections An incarcerated individual inspects a donated pair of glasses. Correctional Industries (CI) is partnering with Lions Clubs International to help the Northwest Lions Eyeglass Recycling Center (NWLERC) in Olympia, Washington. (Photo taken by DOC employee) Correctional Industries (CI) is partnering …

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The fat and cheese study that proved the recyclability of pizza boxes

This article is sponsored by WestRock In the United States, an estimated 3 billion pizzas delivered in corrugated pizza boxes are consumed each year. Considering the average weight and size of a standard box, that’s about 600,000 tonnes of corrugated cardboard in circulation each year that we would ideally like to recover. And while these boxes should be recyclable, only …

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Renewable methanol market by the main players (Biomcn, Carbon Recycling international, Enerkem, Varmlandsmethanol); Based on the global spread of COVID-19 in 2020

Global Renewable Methanol Market: Forecast to 2025, Industry Analysis, Dominant Segment Analysis, Top 5 Industry Players and Competitive Landscape Market research store has published a new market study on the “Global Renewable Methanol Market”. The report offers micro-level analysis of the Renewable Methanol market and provides data till 2026. Research analysts have conducted months of primary and secondary research to …

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Creation of solar cells and glass from wood or tonnes of bio-waste

A digital and urbanized world consumes huge amounts of raw materials that one could hardly qualify as environmentally friendly. A promising solution could be found in renewable raw materials, according to a study published in Advanced Materials. In their paper, the international research group took a close look at how lignocellulose – or plant biomass – can be used for …

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The size of the liquid fertilizer market is expected to be worth $ 3.07 billion and grow until 2027; Revenue, forecasts by Emergen Research

Emerging research logo The growing need for precision agriculture and crop protection and the presence of necessary nutrients in liquid fertilizers is creating a market for liquid fertilizers. VANCOUVER, BC, CANADA, Nov. 5, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – The global liquid fertilizer market is expected to reach a value of $ 3.07 billion by 2027, according to current analysis by Emergen Research …

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How whiskey waste can replace fossil fuels on the road to net zero

As Glasgow welcomes world leaders to the UN climate summit, COP26, the founder of a Scottish biotech company calls for action, not goals. Professor Martin Tangney’s company, Celtic Renewables, turns whiskey-making waste into the type of everyday chemicals that are normally made in oil refineries, without drilling for fossil fuels. This includes a new gasoline alternative that directly replaces the …

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Demand Drivers and Predictable Growth Drivers Expected to Grow in Forecast Period 2027 – The Host

“Research article on the Global ‘Smart Waste Management Solutions’ Market based on validated methodologies and assumptions constructing high quality and well-documented research analysis aims to provide a holistic view of the global ‘Smart Waste Management Solutions’ market waste ”targeting customers of industry participants, stakeholders, investors and other intermediaries across the industry workflow. The study effectively concludes the key findings associated …

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