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Komar Acquires Winter Equipment Corporation

Hastings Tribune 04 Dec 2023
Komar Industries (“Komar”), a leading designer and manufacturer of industrial waste and recycling processing systems, announced that it has acquired Winter Equipment Corporation (“Winter”), a leading distributor of waste handling and recycling equipment.
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Sharjah to develop world’s first super green hydrogen plant

Gulf Today 04 Dec 2023
Its integrated waste management complex comprises 12 facilities, which process nearly all types of households, commercial and industrial waste, to produce recyclables, alternative fuels and alternative raw materials, enabling steadily increasing landfill waste diversion rates and contributions to the circular economy.
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Dubai Airports achieves sustainability milestone

The Arabian Post 04 Dec 2023
Dubai Airports partnered with BEEAH Group, a holding company with businesses pioneering sustainability, including through industry-leading waste management, to create and implement the food waste plan ... the distribution of food waste bins, comprehensive training, and the processing of more than 400 tonnes of food waste yearly since its launch.
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COP28: World’s first super green Hydrogen plant to be launched in Sharjah

Gulf News 04 Dec 2023
The Sharjah-based company has entered into a joint development agreement with Chinook Hydrogen, a UK-based innovator of waste-to-fuel technologies, and Air Water Gas Solutions, a US-based Industrial gas company and a subsidiary of Air Water Inc., a leading Japanese conglomerate with advanced industrial gases technologies.
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Burnham RNG is Acquired by Ares Management

Longview News-Journal 04 Dec 2023
Founded in 2021,�Burnham is a leading fully integrated origination, development, financing and asset management platform that provides waste recovery solutions focused on the wastewater and agricultural waste industries.
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Abu Dhabi’s new circular economy framework aims to reduce industrial process waste by 50%

Khaleejtimes 04 Dec 2023
The Industrial Circular Economy Policy framework aims to achieve a 50 per cent reduction in industrial process waste, at least 40,000 tonnes annually and will cover key sectors to ensure 100 per cent compliance by 2030, with 100 per cent compliance within the plastic manufacturing sector by 2025.
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First Series and Phase Change Solutions (PCS) Partner to Support UK’s Waste Reduction Goals with ...

Pressat 04 Dec 2023
First Series will distribute BioPCM®-based Apollo™ Panels manufactured by PCS, to eliminate medicine waste and lower the carbon footprint of the healthcare industry. In addition to reducing waste, the Apollo™ Panels also reduce energy consumption in refrigerators ... industry sectors.
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COP28: Climate finance centre launched in Abu Dhabi

Gulf News 04 Dec 2023
The framework also aims to achieve a 50 per cent reduction in industrial process waste ... The framework aims to achieve a 50 per cent reduction in industrial process waste, at least 40,000 tons annually, and will cover key sectors to ensure 100 per cent compliance by 2030, with 100 ...
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Are state rules enough to protect against the heavy metals in farm fertilizers?

The Spokesman-Review 04 Dec 2023
Steel mills and other dirty industries were avoiding the high cost of disposing of their hazardous waste such as lead, arsenic and cadmium — metals that can cause health problems — by recycling it into fertilizer. Hazardous waste from steel mills and other industries typically contains zinc, a plant nutrient.
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A lethal wildlife disease is stalking South Carolina: How 'zombie deer' threaten the state

Phys Dot Org 04 Dec 2023
Chronic wasting disease, caused by abnormal proteins in deer, has no known cure ... Charlie Killmaster, a deer biologist with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, said some of the loudest opposition to chronic-wasting disease control efforts comes from people associated with the captive deer industry.
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Lethal wildlife disease is stalking South Carolina: How ‘zombie deer’ threaten the state

Penn Live 04 Dec 2023
Chronic wasting disease, caused by abnormal proteins in deer, has no known cure ... Charlie Killmaster, a deer biologist with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, said some of the loudest opposition to chronic-wasting disease control efforts comes from people associated with the captive deer industry.
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Mine closure solutions major economic opportunity for Australia

Suryaa 04 Dec 2023
The report mapped how Australia can capitalize on the closures by creating a new billion-dollar industry to support mine closures, identifying opportunities in waste reduction and recovery, mine rehabilitation, land use transitions and engagement and partnerships.
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Mine closure solutions major economic opportunity for Australia: report

China.dot.org 04 Dec 2023
The report mapped how Australia can capitalize on the closures by creating a new billion-dollar industry to support mine closures, identifying opportunities in waste reduction and recovery, mine rehabilitation, land use transitions and engagement and partnerships.
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PFA discards toxic vegetables

Urdu Point 04 Dec 2023
He said that the use of waste water to irrigate crops causes health diseases. Farmers can cultivate only non-edible crops and outdoor plants with sewage and industrial waste water, he added ... ....
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Western start-ups seek to break China's grip on rare earths refining

Reuters 04 Dec 2023
scientists helped develop solvent extraction for rare earths in the 1950s, radioactive waste from the process gradually made it unpopular in the United States. China began to rapidly expand in the industry starting during the 1980s and now controls 87% of global rare earths refining capacity, according to the International Energy Agency.

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