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Designing waste to be valuable

GreenBiz

Sponsored: Creatives are revolutionizing our perception of waste by demonstrating its potential value in design.

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Metal separation at E-Waste World Conference 2024

Envirotec Magazine

Non-ferrous metal recovered from e-waste on an Eddy Current Separator Recovering the valuable metals present in e-waste is challenging, involving liberation, sizing, and separation. Bunting’s separation equipment recovers ferrous and non-ferrous metals at various stages in the e-waste recycling process.

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The problem with zero-waste goals is the word 'waste'

GreenBiz

The problem with zero-waste goals is the word 'waste'. We know that circular economy strategies can create profits, cut waste and reduce emissions. A circular system, by contrast, prioritizes the regeneration of natural systems, the designing out of waste and finding ways to extend the life of products. Why is that?

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The awesome opportunity of auditing retail waste

GreenBiz

Sponsored: Conducting a waste audit doesn’t come without its challenges; but the opportunities are just as high.

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Waste operators that caused fires receive sentences

Envirotec Magazine

Waste site at Liverton Waste operators who repeatedly ignored Environment Agency advice that their sites posed a persistent fire risk – before fires broke out that burned for days – have been sentenced, according to a 21 May press release. Waste storage issues at this site culminated in a fire which happened in April 2020.

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The enormous opportunity of e-waste recycling

GreenBiz

In Minnesota alone, the value of metals and materials that could be mined from electronic waste has an estimated value of over $2.8 billion annually.

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How Google tackles food waste

GreenBiz

Here’s his advice on food waste. Michiel Bakker makes Google a magical place to work.

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