Palmerston North trial delayed while the effect of lower charges is tested.
Just shy of 50 million tonnes of e-waste will be produced globally in this year. Earth Day is a global moment of civic and political action to protect our shared home.
Many people struggle with trying to be good environmental stewards – while not being hoarders at the same time. I’ve been guilty of holding on to things that I should throw away, just because I haven’t yet found a way to recycle them.
The widespread innovations in modern digital technology have a devastating downside to it: the accumulation of over 50 million tonnes of electronics waste (e-waste) globally every year. And that’s greater in weight than all of the world’s commercial airliners ever made, or enough Eiffel Towers to fill the borough of Manhattan in New York city, warns a new report released at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos,
A computer technician has been sentenced to prison for selling restore disks for computers after he was targeted by Microsoft for allegedly taking away from their profits.
Millennials are now the largest demographic in the workforce, which has led to changing trends in consumer behaviour as their spending power increases. So how will the habits of millennials shape our circular economy aspirations?
Warnings over children’s health as recycled e-waste comes back as plastic toys | Guardian Sustainable Business
A trend towards using plastic parts in electrical and electronic goods is causing a headache for the recycling industry…
This partnership is consistent with the cooperation between Evergaz and Meridiam, initiated in Germany in 2017, when the companies acquired two biogas plants with a capacity of 1,400 Nm3/h of biomethane and 950 kWel.
A visit to a state of the art rubbish dump serving Helsinki shows that even in the greenest of nations, tackling waste is a complex problem…
In Scotland grants of up to £1 million are being made available to businesses with ‘big ideas’ about how to cut food waste and help them bring concepts to market….
hen I travel outside Europe I’m happy to see the positive image that our little continent projects in terms of producing quality products and establishing progressive environmental legislation. Of course, that doesn’t mean that Europe is a perfect model, and we are well aware of our own contradictions: the way European countries export their waste to other regions without taking into account the impact it will have, or the double standards applied by certain European companies when they operate abroad, are just some of them.
Circular Economy: The Centre of The Calls fomr Makers, Universities and Research Institute in every topics . Deadline is July 7 . Learn More!
The World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) is stepping up its efforts to support the circular economy. At the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, the WBCSD launched the Factor 10 initiative. Supported by 30 companies, with combined revenues of $1.3 trillion, it will strive to transform how ‘business produces, uses and disposes of the materials that make up global trade by moving away from the traditional take-make-dispose economic model to one that is regenerative by design’.
A new mattress recycling facility, the first of its kind in Scotland, has opened on the outskirts of Edinburgh.
The European Federation of Bottled Waters (EFBW) has announced four industry-wide pledges that aim to increase the collection of PET (polyethylene terephthalate) bottles and the use of recycled PET. This will accelerate the shift towards a more circular economy, it says.
Just a fraction of global resources are re-used according to new research – but can we close the loop in time? In October a major UN report confirmed what most of the climate world already knew: that the carbon reduction pledges made by nations at the Paris Summit in 2015 are insufficient if the world is to avert dangerous global warming.
November 4, 2018, Romain Pilliard will start the Route du Rhum with a legendary trimaran and renovated using circular economy principles !
Circular Economy Major Talking Point as Club of Rome Celebrates 50th Anniversary « Markets & Policy « Waste Management World
Resource use and the need for a move to a circular economy are key themes at the Club of Rome’s 50th anniversary conference being held today.
The growing success of the circular economy, and the real benefits the approach is delivering to the UK economy has been highlighted with the publication of Veolia’s latest Sustainability Report.
New NV300 Concept van turns electric vehicle into a mobile workshop…