Metalface is joining individuals and businesses across the world to celebrate Global Recycling Day

Metalface – the world’s largest online network of metal recyclers, will be joining individuals, communities and businesses across the world on March 18th, to showcase the importance recycling plays in preserving the future of our planet. On this day, people around the world will come together for the first ever Global Recycling Day. Global Recycling […]

Launch of Global Recycling Day website:

The countdown has started for a new international awareness day taking place 18 March 2018 which is dedicated to securing the future of the planet through recycling. The initiative was officially kicked off at the Bureau of International Recycling’s (BIR) 2017 World Recycling Convention in New Delhi on 16 October 2017, with the switch-on of […]

The World’s First Recycling Mall in Sweden Is a Model of Success

ReTuna Återbruksgalleria is the world‘s first recycling mall, revolutionizing shopping in a climate-smart way. Old items are given a new life through repairing and upcycling. Everything sold is recycled or reused or has been organically or sustainably produced. And the business concept is working: In 2016 the mall had 8.1 million SEK (0.8 million Euro) […]

Australia: A New “Super MRF” Plant for Perth

It is estimated, that Perth’s population will reach 3 million by 2020. Then the city’s households and businesses will be producing more waste than ever before. This is one of the reasons why Australian Cleanaway Waste Management Ltd. has opened a new 50 tons per hour Single Stream Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) in Western Australia. […]

Avoiding System Shutdown – Reduce Costs for Wear Protection

The diversity of recyclable materials is a constant source of high wear and tear costs in recycling plants. An efficient utilization of the system is the objective. Particularly sharp-edged materials, such as metal and iron parts, considerably shorten the service life, in particular of the separation belts. The surface is repeatedly affected. Those results in […]

A New Biogas Plant for Greece

Swiss-based Hitachi Zosen Inova AG will deliver two steel digesters to Greece. The project in the Epirus Region marks an initial step by Greece towards the energetic exploitation of organic waste, the company underlined. As reported, the two PF1500 Kompogas digesters are the core modules of the system and will process 38,700 tons of pre-sorted […]

Northam Diversifies into the Recycling Market

South African Northam Platinum Limited has announced that it has entered into binding transaction agreements pursuant to which it will acquire platinum group metals (PGM) recycling equipment located in Pennsylvania (USA) as well as immoveable property comprising land and buildings for this equipment. As reported, the aggregate consideration payable by Northam in respect of the […]

United Arab Emirates: Joint Venture to Develop a Waste-To-Energy Plant

Bee’ah, the leading environmental management company in the United Arab Emirates, and Masdar, Abu Dhabi’s renewable energy company, have formally established the joint venture Emirates Waste to Energy Company (EWEC) in order to develop waste-to-energy plants across the region. As reported, the first project will be the Sharjah Multi-Fuel Waste-to-Energy Facility. The plant will be […]

Canadian Company Examines Battery Recycling Opportunities

American Manganese Inc. (AMI) reported in July this year that it has successfully completed the recycling of 100 percent of Cathode Materials (Cobalt [Co], Nickel [Ni], Manganese [Mn], Aluminum [Al]) and 92 percent of Lithium from its US Patent Pending recycling application. The company also produced rechargeable Lithium Ion Cobalt and Lithium Nickel Manganese button […]

Digital Marketplace for Organic Waste in France

Suez, a French-based global expert in the waste and water sector, has launched “Organix” – according to the business group, “the first digital marketplace for organic waste” in France. As reported, this platform can connect producers of organic waste (food industry manufacturers, cooperatives, etc.) and methanation unit operators, who transform them into energy. “They can […]