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New Jersey, USA – Smart Waste Management Market The 2022-2029 report has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with input from industry experts. The Smart Waste Management market study sheds light on the significant growth momentum that is expected to prevail during the assessment period 2022-2029. The study offers statistics on key segments in important geographies, along with detailed mapping of the global competitive landscape. Additionally, the market report tracks the global Smart Waste Management sales in 25+ high growth markets, while analyzing the impact COVID-19 has had on the current Smart Waste Management industry and sector. waste in particular.

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Bigbelly Solar, OnePlus Systems, Compology, Enevo, SmartBin, Urbiotica, IoTsens

Key Segments Covered in the Smart Waste Management Market – Industry Analysis by Types, Applications and Regions:

Smart Waste Management Market – Type Outlook (Revenue, USD Million, 2017-2029)

• Material
• A service

Smart Waste Management Market – Application Outlook (Revenue, USD Million, 2017-2029)

• Public occasion
• Non-public occasion

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UNITY Value (million USD/billion)
SECTORS COVERED Types, applications, end users, and more.
REPORT COVER Revenue Forecast, Business Ranking, Competitive Landscape, Growth Factors and Trends
BY REGION North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa
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The Smart Waste Management market research report details current market trends, development outline, and several research methodologies. It illustrates the key factors that directly manipulate the market, for example, production strategies, development platforms, and product portfolio. According to our researchers, even minor changes in product profiles could lead to huge disruptions in the factors mentioned above.

➛ North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
➛ Europe (Germany, France, United Kingdom, Russia and Italy)
➛ Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia)
➛ South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, etc.)
➛ Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa)

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➜ Fragmentation of smart waste management based on product type, end use and region
➜ Comprehensive assessment of upstream raw materials, downstream demand and current market landscape
➜ Collaborations, R&D projects, acquisitions and product launches of each Smart Waste Management player
➜ Different regulations imposed by governments on the consumption of Smart Waste Management in detail
➜ Impact of modern technologies, such as big data and analytics, artificial intelligence and social media platforms on smart waste management

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Sewage Treatment Systems Market Size, Scope, Forecast to 2029 https://wrwa.net/sewage-treatment-systems-market-size-scope-forecast-to-2029/ Tue, 24 May 2022 21:39:19 +0000 https://wrwa.net/sewage-treatment-systems-market-size-scope-forecast-to-2029/

United States, New Jersey– The Global Wastewater Treatment System Market The 2022-2028 research report is a valuable source of insightful data for business strategists. It provides an overview of the industry with growth analysis and historical & future cost, revenue, demand and supply data (as applicable). Research analysts provide an elaborate description of the value chain and its analysis of distributors. This market study provides comprehensive data which enhances the understanding, scope and application of this report.

The research focuses on global players operating in the Wastewater Treatment System market and includes information such as company profiles, product pictures and descriptions, capacity, production, value, revenue and contact information. This research provides essential statistics on the state of the industry and is a valuable source of information and knowledge for companies and individuals working in the market. Along with the CAGR projection, additional metrics such as year-over-year market growth, qualitative and quantitative data are provided. Market size, value, volume, product portfolio, market description, and categorization are all highlighted. Further, current trends and technical advancements in the Wastewater Treatment System market are highlighted.

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Key players:

  • Veolia
  • Suez
  • Xylem
  • Dow Water and Process Solutions
  • Evoca Water Technologies
  • Aquatech International
  • Ecolab
  • Pentair

Segment by types:

  • Filtration (granular/sand filtration
  • Adsorption
  • Ro
  • mf)
  • Disinfection (chlorine
  • UV)
  • Desalination
  • Trial

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Chapter 8: Manufacturing Cost Analysis, Raw Material Analysis, Manufacturing Expense by Region

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Davos 2022: how to bring nature-based solutions to our cities https://wrwa.net/davos-2022-how-to-bring-nature-based-solutions-to-our-cities/ Tue, 24 May 2022 09:35:11 +0000 https://wrwa.net/davos-2022-how-to-bring-nature-based-solutions-to-our-cities/
  • Key leaders shared an overview of the steps and work that needs to be done to bring nature-based solutions to cities.
  • Key priorities include a clear implementation agenda, just transition with the most vulnerable communities in mind, comprehensive policy measures and smarter investments.
  • The session entitled “Returning Nature to Cities” took place during the 2022 Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos.

Urban planning faces enormous challenges as cities adapt to climate change. Participants in the Bringing nature back to cities session at Davos 2022 discussed where we are and how we can move forward

Listen to the full session here.

National-level commitment to nature-based solutions is essential

Maimunah Mohd Sharif, Executive Director of UN-Habitat, said cities were working to translate a comprehensive urban agenda, including focusing nature protection into actions and results. However, Sharif insisted that “we need to take a step back and rethink how to move forward”. She advised city planners to start by looking for local solutions. If the solutions are not available locally, “look and learn globally. Come back to the city and apply them”.

She also warned that cities are lagging behind in terms of implementing the agenda. Country implementation reports lack consistency: “We are receiving 32 reports out of 193,” she said. Therefore, urgent action is still needed and must be expedited. For this reason, April 28 2022, more than 90 UN member states have committed to implementing the urban agenda through nature-based solutions.

Cities are lagging behind in terms of implementing nature-based solutions, says Maimunah Mohd Sharif, Executive Director of UN-Habitat, at Davos 2022.

Cities are lagging behind in terms of implementing nature-based solutions, says Maimunah Mohd Sharif, Executive Director of UN-Habitat, at Davos 2022.

Image: World Economic Forum/ Valeriano

Don’t leave people behind

Sheela Patel, director of the Society for the Promotion of Area Resource Centers (SPARC), with more than 38 years of experience fighting poverty and advocating for social justice in India, predicts that we are entering an era of “metropolitization”. Patel said: “We see this as a double leap that we need from our governments and our communities.”

Metropolitan cities are going to have more and more satellite cities supporting rural areas, making it difficult to keep track of urban planning, and policy makers and planners should focus on climate adaptation while trying to make greener cities at the same time. According to Patel, 30-70% of people who live in poor communities still lack minimum development investments to have adequate water and sanitation systems.

Putting cities at the forefront of nature protection

According to Colombian President Iván Duque, “The way we live in cities is the most valuable threat to ecosystem management”. The hydraulic system of the Colombian capital depends mainly on the Páramos, or high altitude ecosystems close to the city. He explained that this inspired BiodiverCities by 2030, a joint initiative between the Colombian government and the World Economic Forum. Its aim is to put cities at the forefront of nature conservation, with carbon neutrality and nature positivity at the centre.

Colombia continues to work at the policy level to apply various nature-based solutions locally.  (Davos 2022)

Colombia continues to work at the policy level to apply various nature-based solutions locally. (Davos 2022)

Image: World Economic Forum/ Valeriano

Colombia continues to work at the policy level to apply various nature-based solutions locally. These include energy transition, clean mobility like cycle networks and electrification, circular economy, water sustainability, green density, river management and sanitation, among others. Duque pointed out that Colombia is the first country in Latin America to launch a green taxonomy that seeks to attract green investments to accelerate the country’s environmental goals.

A wise investment is not just about getting more money

Nature-based solutions have been around for a while. Mike Haigh, executive chairman of Mott MacDonald Group Limited, said there are many ways to bring nature-based solutions to cities. “We should make investments work harder. It’s not about finding extra money because the solutions found may even be cheaper, so let’s make our investments work harder,” he said. declared.

Finally, Duque highlighted the driving force of youth to act against climate change. For example, SAVIA, a Colombian state company environmental education initiativeworks with thousands of young people in Bogota and across the country who want to be part of the solution.

Cooler Master MasterBox NR200P MAX equipped with power supply and AIO water cooling https://wrwa.net/cooler-master-masterbox-nr200p-max-equipped-with-power-supply-and-aio-water-cooling/ Tue, 24 May 2022 06:02:00 +0000 https://wrwa.net/cooler-master-masterbox-nr200p-max-equipped-with-power-supply-and-aio-water-cooling/

Cooler Master said that it will begin to handle the domestic market of the Mini-ITX MasterBox NR200P MAX case equipped with an all-in-one power supply unit and water cooling unit.

The MasterBox NR200P series we detailed earlier, comes standard with an SFX 850W V850 SFX certified PSU with 80PLUS GOLD certification and an all-in-one water cooling device with a 140mm Sickle Flow fan and a 280 mm radiator. The power cable and water tube are sized to fit the case, allowing you to assemble a PC without the hassle of wiring by simply adding the motherboard, hard drive, and graphics card. There are three expansion slots and a PCI-Express 4.0 riser cable is provided. 3.5 inch phantom bay x1, 2.5/3.5 inch phantom bay x1, 2.5 inch phantom bay x2. The cooling fan measures 120mm x 2 at the top and 140mm x 2 at the bottom (120mm x 1 when a 3.5 inch hard drive is installed).

The external dimensions are 185mm wide, 377mm deep and 292mm high. The tempered glass and steel side panel is 67mm high, the PSU is 130mm deep (SFX/SFX-L), and the graphics card is 336mm long, 160mm wide, and 75mm deep. thickness. The kit will cost 349 EUR/USD.

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US Department of Energy awards $2.1 million to Solidia Technologies to develop CO2 capture and utilization technologies for building materials https://wrwa.net/us-department-of-energy-awards-2-1-million-to-solidia-technologies-to-develop-co2-capture-and-utilization-technologies-for-building-materials/ Mon, 23 May 2022 20:32:18 +0000 https://wrwa.net/us-department-of-energy-awards-2-1-million-to-solidia-technologies-to-develop-co2-capture-and-utilization-technologies-for-building-materials/

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Testing of Solidia’s synthetic and carbonated SCM made possible in part by a US DOE grant

PISCATAWAY, NJ, May 23, 2022 /CSRwire/ — The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is providing $2.1 million in funding to Solidia Technologies® to develop and test Solidia Cement™ carbonation methods, expanding applications Solidia’s low-carbon manufacturing technologies for building materials. Thanks to this financing, Solidia will develop processes for the production of synthetic complementary cementitious materials (MCS) by direct capture and use of CO2 from the flue gas stream of an active cement plant.

Funded by the DOE’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE), Solidia will develop a method for efficient carbonation of Solidia cement on a laboratory scale and perform tests in mortar and concrete to determine the suitability of this material as a replacement for cement in concrete. This will provide an alternative low CO2 replacement material to the OPC.

“We are proud to partner with the U.S. Department of Energy to continue to innovate and ultimately fulfill our mission to provide commercially viable decarbonization technologies and sustainable solutions for the global construction and building materials industries,” said Russell Hill, Ph.D., CEO of Solidia.

The carbonated SCM will be added to concrete to create a product that will give similar or better performance when compared to concrete made with commonly used SCMs such as fly ash and ground granulated blast furnace slag.

“The DOE funding will advance our CCUS technologies and synthetic SCMs that can be easily integrated into Portland cement-based concrete formulations, providing manufacturers with an environmentally and economically sustainable solution, both reducing the carbon footprint and providing an alternative to traditional SCMs, which are becoming increasingly rare,” added Dr Hill.


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About Solidia Technologies®
Based in Piscataway, NJ (USA), Solidia Technologies® is a leading provider of decarbonization technologies and sustainable solutions for the construction and building materials industries. Investors include Imperative Ventures, Zero Carbon Partners, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPP Investments), Breakthrough Energy Ventures, Prelude Ventures, PIVA Capital, John Doerr, BP, OGCI Climate Investments, Bill Joy, Kleiner Perkins, BASF Venture Capital, Holcim, Total Carbon Neutrality Ventures, Air Liquide Venture Capital (ALIAD) and other private investors. Follow Solidia on LinkedIn, Instagram, Twitterand YouTube.

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Solidia Technologies® is a cement and concrete technology company that makes it easy and cost-effective to use CO2 to create superior, long-lasting building and construction materials.

Solidia’s patented processes start with an energy-efficient cement that dramatically reduces CO2 emissions in the kiln. It then hardens the concrete with CO2 instead of water, reducing the overall carbon footprint of cement in precast concrete by up to 70%.

On a large scale each year, precast Solidia can eliminate at least 1.5 gigatonnes of CO₂, save three trillion liters of fresh water, reduce energy consumption by approximately 260 million barrels of oil, and eliminate 100 million tons of concrete landfill waste.

Solidia’s ready-to-use applications go one step further, offering the possibility of turning concrete – the second most widely used material on the planet – into a carbon sink.

Made from the same raw materials and existing equipment, Solidia products are more efficient and less expensive to produce than traditional concrete, and harden in less than 24 hours. Solidia offers industry an easy to adopt, fast and globally scalable response to one of the greatest threats to our planet.

Solidia Concrete for precast is currently available in the United States. Out-of-the-box apps are currently in testing for infrastructure apps.

Based in Piscataway, NJ (USA), Solidia’s investors include Kleiner Perkins, Bright Capital, BASF, BP, LafargeHolcim, Total Energy Ventures, Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI) Climate Investments, Air Liquide, Bill Joy and others private investors.

Solidia R&D collaborators include LafargeHolcim, Air Liquide, DOT Federal Highway Administration, DOE National Energy Technology Laboratory, EPA, Rutgers University, Purdue University, Ohio University and the University of South Florida.

Honors include: the 2020, 2019 and 2014 Global Cleantech 100; a 2020 and 2014 Best Workplace in New Jersey; BP Advancing Low Carbon accreditation 2020, 2019 and 2018; the efficient Solar Impulse 1000 2019 solutions; 2017 ERA Grand Challenge Finalist (formerly CCEMC); 2016 Sustainia 100; 2015 NJBiz Company of the Year; Finalist of the Grand Challenge CCEMC 2014; Top 100 R&D 2013; 2013 Katerva Prize finalist; and the MIT Climate CoLab shortlist.

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IAEA Accelerator Conference kicks off with focus on sustainability https://wrwa.net/iaea-accelerator-conference-kicks-off-with-focus-on-sustainability/ Mon, 23 May 2022 14:10:49 +0000 https://wrwa.net/iaea-accelerator-conference-kicks-off-with-focus-on-sustainability/

Today, more than 20,000 accelerators around the world help create radiopharmaceuticals, cure disease, preserve food, monitor the environment, strengthen materials, understand fundamental physics, study the past and even solve crimes. The IAEA, through its coordinated research projects and technical cooperation programme, supports countries with accelerator applications in the fields of health, agriculture, research, monitoring of environment, cultural heritage and industry.

Mr. Grossi explained how accelerator technology plays a key role in two IAEA initiatives that were launched last year: Rays of Hope, which aims to improve access to radiotherapy and cancer care in low- and middle-income countries; and NUTEC plastics, which helps countries tackle plastic waste, both in the ocean and on land. Mr Grossi said linear accelerators or “linacs” can destroy cancerous tumors and accelerators can be used to process plastic waste and turn it into valuable products in support of a circular economy.

Najat Mokhtar, IAEA Deputy Director General and Head of the Department of Nuclear Science and Applications, highlighted the role of accelerator technology in achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals – a set of 17 global targets aimed at tackling against poverty, inequality, climate change, environmental degradation, peace and justice. Ms. Mokhtar said she looked forward to discussions on how to increase access to accelerators in developing countries, to address issues such as food waste and sewage waste management.

Accelerators also play a role in nuclear energy. Mikhail Chudakov, IAEA Deputy Director General and Head of the Department of Nuclear Energy, said accelerators are an essential part of the Accelerator Driven System (ADS) concept for energy generation and waste management. nuclear. ADS can transform high-level, very long-lived nuclear waste from reactors into much shorter-lived waste – this has implications for the costs and manageability of radioactive waste, as well as public perception nuclear energy. Mr. Chudakov also spoke about the importance of accelerators for testing materials used in nuclear fission and fusion reactors, where ion beam techniques can simulate the radiation and damage caused by the operation of a reactor. .

Hua Liu, IAEA Deputy Director General and Head of the Technical Cooperation Department, said that ion beams help meet many development needs and explained how the IAEA supports countries in strengthening capacity and training in the use of accelerators. He described the IAEA’s support for the establishment of the Synchrotron Light for Experimental Science and Applications in the Middle East (SESAME) project in Jordan, as well as the IAEA’s cooperation with the Institute of synchrotron light research in Thailand. The IAEA helps countries organize the training of scientists at these facilities, as well as at the Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste, Italy, which the IAEA jointly operates. Mr Liu said the IAEA is now also helping to coordinate the establishment of the synchrotron in Africa.

Al Ghabawi wastewater treatment plant in Jordan receives EBRD recognition for its sustainability https://wrwa.net/al-ghabawi-wastewater-treatment-plant-in-jordan-receives-ebrd-recognition-for-its-sustainability/ Mon, 23 May 2022 05:37:31 +0000 https://wrwa.net/al-ghabawi-wastewater-treatment-plant-in-jordan-receives-ebrd-recognition-for-its-sustainability/

AMMAN — The Water Ministry on Saturday received the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) Bronze Award for Sustainability 2022 for the Al Ghabawi Wastewater Septic Tank, the agency reported. of Jordanian press Petra.

Water Minister Mohammad Najjar said he was proud of the achievement, adding that the project was submitted following His Majesty King Abdullah’s participation in the London Conference.

In a press release, Najjar said the project is in line with the water sector’s goals of creating a comprehensive plan for the wastewater sector, raising the standard of environmental living, putting in place advanced wastewater treatment plants in a number of regions that meet all global, environmental and health requirements. sanitation requirements.

He pointed out that continuous efforts are being made to implement these projects.

These projects reflect the ministry’s efforts to improve water and sanitation services and secure sustainable water sources by treating seawater, reducing losses, expanding treatment plants, developing available saline resources and developing water management systems.

The minister added that the ministry seeks to “use every drop of water optimally”, to preserve and provide drinking water, as well as treated water for agricultural purposes despite the drop in the quantities of water available.

Secretary General of the Water Authority Bashar Bataineh said the project is a Jordanian achievement, indicating that the project aims to build a sewage treatment plant for wastewater treatment and transfer the current plant from Ain Ghazal to the central Amman outside populated areas.

This step will help improve any environmental issues related to odors.

He pointed out that the award is only granted under high-level conditions, explaining that the receipt of this award by the Ghabawi project will help facilitate the completion of the project and attract funding and grants.

He added that the project includes the construction of a wastewater treatment plant to serve the regions until 2045, with a daily capacity of 22,500 cubic meters.

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The 4 things this mindfulness coach does every morning to be more productive https://wrwa.net/the-4-things-this-mindfulness-coach-does-every-morning-to-be-more-productive/ Sun, 22 May 2022 13:00:01 +0000 https://wrwa.net/the-4-things-this-mindfulness-coach-does-every-morning-to-be-more-productive/

How you start your mornings sets the pace and tone for the rest of the day. According to the Mindfulness and Breathwork Coach, Zee Clarkehaving a morning routine is key to cultivating self-discipline and keeping your feet on the ground.

Clarke says that before having an intentional morning routine, the first thing she did each morning was pick up her phone. Turning off your alarm clock turned into checking emails and notifications, scrolling through social media, and “dozing off” your responsibilities.

Clarke recalls a time when her morning dose of social media took a terrible turn and destroyed her entire day.

“Once, as images of police brutality saturated the news, I received a news notification. I clicked on it, then suddenly I looked at a 16-year-old Ma’Khia Bryant getting shot and killed by the police, on my phone, in my bed,” she told CNBC Make It. “That’s the first thing I saw when I woke up in the morning, which ruined my day.”

Although being strict about her morning routine has been a “journey,” Clarke says making key adjustments to her routines has made her more mindful and productive throughout the day.

Here are 4 important things Clarke says she does every morning:

Daily recordings

Set an intention for the day

We all have goals or tasks that we plan to do, but put aside to complete another day.

According to Clarke, setting an intention for the day is a great way to hold yourself accountable and focused on achieving those goals.

Your intention can be professional, like finishing a project or presentation before the end of the day, but it can also be personal.

“Maybe it’s something you’re working on within yourself, like today I’m going to try to be more patient with people, or today I’m going to try to do an act of kindness. If you intend to make this happen, you will try harder to pay attention to these things.”

Drink water first

Many of us like to wake up to our morning coffee or tea for an energy boost. However, Clarke says the first thing she consumes when she wakes up is water, and she urges others to do the same.

Clark shares that “drinking water first increases your energy levels, boosts your metabolism, lubricates joints and minimizes pain. It’s also good for the skin and flushes toxins from your system.”

Breathing and meditation

Don’t waste this opportunity – Central Queensland Today https://wrwa.net/dont-waste-this-opportunity-central-queensland-today/ Sat, 21 May 2022 23:00:28 +0000 https://wrwa.net/dont-waste-this-opportunity-central-queensland-today/

LAWMAC Chairman and Deputy Mayor of Rockhampton Regional Council Neil Fisher speaks at the LAWMAC meeting in Townsville.

By Matthew Pearce

Representing 31 councils in North Gladstone, LAWMAC sees great potential in the future of waste management and resource recovery – but also great challenges that will need to be overcome.

The Local Authorities Waste Management Action Committee met in Townsville last month where they discussed issues such as recycling tires and solar panels and creating resource recovery areas.

LAWMAC chairman and deputy mayor of Rockhampton Regional Council, Neil Fisher, said one of the biggest issues facing the group was electric vehicle batteries and what happened when they reached the end of their life. life.

“Electric vehicle batteries last about five-and-a-half to six-and-a-half years,” he said.

“The question is, at that point, is the car worth enough money to justify paying for another battery? Are we going to have a major problem with abandoned cars?

“Any abandoned vehicle costs the local government money, but electric vehicles pose an additional problem as the batteries become a contaminated item for landfill.”

Cr Fisher said LAWMAC is calling on manufacturers to take responsibility at the end of their product’s life with a stewardship program similar to those in place for tyres, paint, mattresses and packaging, allowing batteries to be recycled by the manufacturer.

“Upscale like Tesla is working on stewardship programs, but we’re starting to see a proliferation of cheap Chinese electric vehicles coming to market, which will encourage a lot of people to go electric,” a- he declared.

Other items that cause problems when they reach end of life include mattresses and lithium batteries.

“We’ve had a 100-fold increase in lithium batteries in recent years, they’re in just about everything we use. But they cause landfill fires and we’ve also had fires in the back of collection vehicles garbage.

“We’ve started building our strategies for a carbon-neutral world, but we’re going to be continually littered with mistakes that were made by only looking at the ‘warm and fuzzy’, the things that look good on the facade. , but can cause problems years later.

Cr Fisher said economist Ross Garnaut had spoken with LAWMAC about the economic opportunities associated with minimizing waste, such as recycling items such as solar panels and tires.

“We are already seeing a number of businesses leveraging recycling and resource recovery and I think we are going to see continued growth in the years to come as the community moves towards zero waste,” he said. declared.

“Developing waste areas in parts of Queensland could take resource recovery to a whole new level. A place where entire cottage industries could be developed simply by taking the by-products of what has been landfilled and reusing their components.

“What LAWMAC does is already feed into CQ ROC and various other regional council groups and their waste management plans, which puts us in a very good position across North Queensland to be ahead of the game. guard when various funding opportunities arise.

He said the days of local councils ‘digging massive holes and dumping all sorts of rubbish in them are long gone’.

“We call it resource recovery from waste, because it’s not waste in landfills now, it’s a resource we can use.”

Cr Fisher said he sees opportunities in CQ communities to recycle solar panels and tires as well as concrete, which is turned into crushed aggregates that can be reused.

Rockhampton is already halfway through a FOGO (Food Organics and Garden Organics) trial, alongside Townsville, Lockyer Valley and Ipswich.

Organic material collected from curbside bins is taken to a commercial composting facility in Gracemere to be processed into several grades of compost products.

Cr Fisher said there is no “one size fits all” approach to net zero carbon emissions, with recycling plans that can work in unviable state capitals in areas where there are smaller population groups with large distances between them.

“LAWMAC is committed to by 2050 we are starting to plan for a future that I think everyone wants to embrace but not always want to do anything themselves. We take the lead and lead by example and hopefully bring the rest of the country with us.

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Minister without Portfolio at the Department of Economic Growth and Job Creation, Matthew Samuda, said the government will pursue a mix of legislative and policy actions over the next year and a half to improve solid waste management .

He was speaking to The Gleaner this morning as he took part in a beach clean-up exercise organized by the JN Foundation at Sirgany Beach on Kingston Harbor east of Kingston.

He pointed out that recycling incentive programs will be intensified over the next 12 to 18 months with the goal of encouraging greater recycling compliance and reducing the burden on the solid waste management agency. State.

“Plastics make up around 15% of your waste stream, any percentage point reduction means we need fewer lorries for collection, so if people are incentivized to physically transport to central points, that reduces the costs and issues associated with trucking,” he said. , pointing out that although the plastic is light, it is bulky and takes up a lot of space.

The incentive program will run alongside changes to the Natural Resources Conservation Authority Act and the National Solid Waste Management Act, which is expected to be spearheaded by Local Government and Rural Development Minister Desmond McKenzie .

“We have the power to make legislative changes and we will make them,” he said.

An assessment of environmental policies will also be undertaken, the minister said, alongside the implementation of another phase of the plastic ban. However, he revealed that the pressures of the current global environment have affected the implementation of the other phases of the ban.

“We have to be very mindful that there are global supply chain issues and there are global inflationary pressures, so we are looking very seriously at the next phases and how they are handled,” he said. -he declares.

Beyond legislative and recycling efforts, Samuda also said infrastructure deficiencies must be addressed to handle the country’s 830,000 tonnes of residential waste each year, including a large fleet of trucks and better accessibility to some communities. Across the country.

“Because of the way we have developed in an unstructured way, many communities are inaccessible to vehicles collecting litter,” he said.

“So this is a multi-layered problem, very complex and it’s not free,” he said, but cautioned that inaction comes at an even higher cost.

A combined force of approximately 100 volunteers from the JN ACT! ON, whose group ambassador JN, check-in agent Sasco and volunteers from the non-profit organization Earth Ambassadors, collected several kilos of plastic waste along the beach this morning.

A similar mobilization effort was also led by GraceKennedy a few yards away in Rae Town.

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