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Local hazards grow as Americans churn out more garbage

The Keene Sentinel 01 Mar 2021
is the most wasteful country on the planet ... Steven Changaris, a vice president at the National Waste and Recycling Association, an industry lobby, said some cities have scaled back collection or stopped recycling altogether ... “The cost to recycle doesn’t make financial sense for many municipalities,” Changaris of the waste industry group said.
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Worldwide Diaphragm Pump Industry to 2026 - Key Players Include Dover, Flowserve & Graco Among ...

The Marshall News Messenger 01 Mar 2021
These pumps are highly versatile and can aid in transferring concrete, debris waste, food waste, stones, oil sludge, mud, clay and industrial fluids. They are also used for generating pressure for cleaning and spraying applications in aircraft and automobiles, as well as the pharmaceutical industry ... 4.2 Key Industry Trends ... INDUSTRY KEYWORD.
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Extra cost of post-Brexit paperwork sees NI exports routed via Republic instead

Belfast Telegraph 01 Mar 2021
Time and money is being wasted chasing unnecessary paperwork for businesses exporting from Northern Ireland to the EU, a leading cargo firm said ... “But there are no duties collectable, even if the cargo were to remain in Great Britain, so why is the road haulage industry being asked to do this?.
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Carbon Capture Technology Faces a Difficult Few Years, Finds IDTechEx Research

Daily Times Chronicle 01 Mar 2021
BOSTON, March 1, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS), or carbon capture and storage (CCS), is a set of technologies used to strip carbon dioxide from industrial waste gases or directly from the atmosphere ... Captured CO2 can either be stored underground or utilized for various industrial applications.
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The To-Do List

Resilience 01 Mar 2021
Shopping local also drastically reduces all the needless waste in packaging and over-processing ... Our food system is enormously polluting and wasteful and energetically inefficient ... Most cost-cutting measures in any industry are harmful to other people and to the planet ... Not only is it wasteful and polluting; it’s stealing your money.
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China’s rare earths facing ‘race to the bottom’ due to underpricing

South China Morning Post 01 Mar 2021
China’s rare earths are underpriced due to vicious competition and face low resource utilisation, which would ...
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Nebraska regulators sue ethanol plant, citing pollution

Beatrice Daily Sun 01 Mar 2021
Officials said the corn waste has been stockpiled at the plant and spread over nearby fields ... Ricketts, a staunch ethanol supporter, said the company was “terribly managed” and “does not reflect the ethanol industry in Nebraska.”.
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Paul Andersen: We’ve been ‘fossil fools’ for too long

Aspen Times 01 Mar 2021
... of industry in large establishments.” ... “All it will take,” ruefully suggests Reuters, “is a decade, hundreds of millions of dollars, and confronting 150 years’ worth of industrial pollution, including buried rail cars and a poisonous stew of waste fuels poured onto the ground.
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China says domestic competition hurting rare earth prices

Yahoo Daily News 01 Mar 2021
... competition" domestically and face low resource utilisation, the country's industry minister said on Monday ... because of competitive bidding, which wasted the precious resource," Minister of Industry and Information Technology Xiao Yaqing said during a news briefing.
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Return of business travel, sustainable fuels expected in aviation’s future

Metro USA 01 Mar 2021
United Airlines’ fleet will likely need a combination of sustainable fuels that could be sourced from municipal solid waste, industrial gases and algae, though only the latter may be scalable, according to Kirby.
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Garbage threatens Mumbai's mangroves

The Times of India 01 Mar 2021
idols of gods and goddess, clothes, mattresses, pillows, sofa cushions, furniture parts, toilet seats, construction debris, notebooks and textbooks, used food plates, all sorts of electric waste, including broken bulbs and tube-lights, glass, liquor bottles, industrial waste, ...
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Phillips 66 Names Industry Leader Mark Lashier as President and Chief Operating Officer

Enid News & Eagle 01 Mar 2021
Lashier, who has over 30 years of energy industry experience, has served as CPChem’s CEO since 2017 ... Lashier serves on a number of professional boards, including American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers, American Chemistry Council, Iowa State University’s College of Engineering Industrial Advisory Council and the Alliance to End Plastic Waste.

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