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Plastic: What we eat and breathe

The Grand Island Independent 06 May 2021
The future of plastics is in the trash can!” declared one industry marketer ... use it once, throw it out, industry makes more ... Just as tobacco companies hid the health effects of smoking and oil companies obscured the facts of global warming, the plastic industry has spent 60 years covering up its waste problem by making it your fault.
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Anaerobic Digestion Market- Share Analysis, Trends, Opportunities and Global Forecast to 2025

The Sentinel Newspaper 06 May 2021
This waste causes pollution and damage to the environment, and its disposal is a big concern ... The industrial segment is also anticipated to expand at a significant growth rate during the forecast period due to the stringent laws regarding industrial waste disposal and management for curbing increasing water and land pollution.
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PNC will harness waste into economic value — General Secretary

Graphic 06 May 2021
She said the party would also implement all international protocols on industrial waste, climate change and pollution such as the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) Six which Ghana had signed on to ... The disposal of waste, agrochemicals and industrial effluents into the water ...
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3 surprising ways dairy farmers are implementing sustainability on their farms

The Blackshear Times 06 May 2021
“That environmental legacy is alive and well today as dairy farmers across the country continue to explore innovative practices that improve their impact and aid the dairy industry in its quest to become carbon neutral or better by 2050.” ... Turning food waste into energy.
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Desktop Metal Develops New Additive Manufacturing Process for Volume Production of Sustainable, End-Use Wood Parts

The Marshall News Messenger 06 May 2021
The Forust process upcycles waste byproducts from wood manufacturing (cellulose dust) and the paper industry (lignin) and re-materializes functional wood parts through high-speed 3D printing including digital grain throughout the part ... The 3D printing of wood using waste natural materials is a gamechanger ... INDUSTRY KEYWORD.
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Ancient Mesopotamian marshes threatened by Iraqi sewage, pollutants

The Jordan Times 06 May 2021
In a country where the state lacks the capacity to guarantee basic services, 70 per cent of Iraq's industrial waste is dumped directly into rivers or the sea, according to data compiled by the United Nations and academics.
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Cutting methane gas 'crucial for climate fight'

BBC News 06 May 2021
This agreement, signed by 200 countries, aims to keep the global temperature rise to within 1.5C above pre-industrial levels by the end of this century ... Scientists regard a temperature rise of 1.5C above pre-industrial levels as a gateway to "dangerous" warming of the planet ... Agriculture contributes another 40% and the waste sector 20%.
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Ancient Mesopotamian marshes in Iraq threatened by wastewater

Manila Standard Today 06 May 2021
In a country where the state lacks the capacity to guarantee basic services, 70 percent of Iraq’s industrial waste is dumped directly into rivers or the sea, according to data compiled by the United Nations and academics.
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Travel leaders criticise ‘cautious’ Government approach to foreign trips

Belfast Telegraph 06 May 2021
Travel industry leaders say Britain should not waste the gains of its vaccination programme with more moves that will hinder the holiday hopes of its people (Steve Parson/PA) ... Travel industry leaders say Britain should not waste the gains of its vaccination programme with more moves that will hinder the holiday hopes of its people (Steve Parson/PA).
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Analyzing COVID-19 Impact on Advanced Biofuel Market | 31.77% YOY Growth expected in 2021 despite ...

Olean Times Herald 06 May 2021
NEW YORK, May 6, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- ... Enterprises will go through the Response, Recovery, and Renew phases ... The company offers advanced biofuel, which is derived from different types of wastes or biomass, such as municipal waste, wood, agri-food waste, industrial wastes, and others ... www.technavio.com/report/advanced-biofuel-market-industry-analysis ... .
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Researchers brewing up better ways to turn plant waste into ethanol

Technology Org 06 May 2021
University of Alberta research is brewing up better ways to help ethanol producers make the most of plant waste they use to make their fuel ... The process produces both clean-burning ethanol and the versatile nanocrystals, which have potential applications for industry.
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Celebrate Earth Day 2021 with Chantecaille’s conservation-centric beauty

The Independent 06 May 2021
With the beauty industry known for generating an enormous amount of plastic waste (the global cosmetics industry produces 120 billion units of packaging every year), how do they plan to achieve this? To start, they’re determined not to be part of the problem.
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Optimus Technologies Helps Evergreen Grease Service Achieve a Near-Zero Carbon Footprint

Courier Express 06 May 2021
Evergreen specializes in the collection of cooking oil, grease and waste fats from the commercial cooking and restaurant industry, and its partners process these waste products into biodiesel, a low-carbon alternative to traditional diesel ... oil and grease collection industry.
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KKR to Invest in Charter Next Generation to Grow Specialty Films Leader

Daily Freeman 06 May 2021
Additionally, with landfills being the third-largest industrial emitter of methane, food waste alone represents 8% of total global greenhouse gas emissions ... In addition, CNG’s high-performance, specialty films are used in a variety of other industrial, healthcare, and consumer applications ... INDUSTRY KEYWORD.
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Peanut Butter & Co. Announces Plastic Neutral Certification

The Record 06 May 2021
The grocery industry is a significant contributor to worldwide plastic waste, and only a small percentage of that plastic winds up in recycling centers ... The burden of dealing with packaging waste cannot fall on consumers and governments alone – brands need to step up and take responsibility for their part.
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