Europe has somewhere between 150,000 and 500,000 landfill sites, with an estimated 90% of them being “non-sanitary” landfills, predating the EU Landfill Directive of 1999. These older landfills tend to be filled with municipal solid waste and often lack any environmental protection technology. In order to avoid future environmental and health problems, many of these landfills will soon require expensive remediation measures. This situation might appear bleak, but it does present us with an exciting opportunity for a combined resource-recovery and remediation strategy, which will drastically reduce future remediation costs, reclaim valuable land, while at the same time unlocking valuable resources. However, the widespread adoption of Enhanced Landfill Mining (ELFM) in the EU, as envisaged by NEW-MINE, urgently requires skilled scientists, engineers, economists and policy makers who can develop cost-effective, environmentally friendly ELFM practices and regulatory frameworks. All this demands a European commitment to concerted, inter- and transdisciplinary research and innovation. This project has received funding from the European Union's EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation Horizon 2020 under Grant Agreement No 721185 More Info: http://new-mine.eu/
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Europe needs to reduce landfills and food waste, handle and recycle packaging waste better : these are the main goals of the "Waste Package" to be adopted by the European Parliament at its March session in Strasbourg. Comment on: Google + http://tinyurl.com/orh99s6 Facebook http://www.facebook.com/europeanparliament Twitter https://twitter.com/Europarl_EN
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The transition period for the EU Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Recast Directive 2012/19/EU is coming to an end in August 2018. The changes will impact the way producers of electronic equipment handle and report WEEE across the region. In this video, Emma Mundy, Environmental Compliance Manager at Lorax Compliance Ltd, and Travis Miller, Legal Counsel from Assent Compliance, discuss how member states are implementing the upcoming changes and how your business will be affected. In this webinar, you will learn: -A background of the EU WEEE Directive -What has changed, and what these changes mean for producers -The member state implementation progress -Specific examples of how the changes are being implemented in different countries -The impact on global WEEE regulations Learn about the Assent Compliance Platform here: https://www.assentcompliance.com/compliance-software/ For additional educational resources, visit the Assent University Library: https://www.assentcompliance.com/assent-university/ Experience our webinars live. Visit the Events page here: https://www.assentcompliance.com/events/
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Hear BTech program lead David Yokom interview Robert M. Buchan School of Mining Assistant Professor and hydrometallurgy researcher Ahmad Ghahreman, about his research into arsenic waste remediation, in this Webinar hosted by Queen’s Bachelor of Mining Engineering Technology. David and Ahmad will also discuss his insights into the state of mining waste remediation and where remediation technology is headed in the coming years. They will also be available after the main presentation to answer any questions you might have about the BTech program, mining technology, or the industry.
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Visit: http://landfill-site.com/uk-waste-treatment-capacity-crisis.html Is a UK Waste Treatment Capacity Crisis Looming? Is the UK Sleepwalking into a Waste Treatment and Landfill Capacity crisis due to a lack of UK government investment in recycling and potential over-capacity in Incineration Facilities, or is this simply a figment of imgination dreamt up by vested interests/ large UK waste management companies? ------- CLICK HERE: http://landfill-site.com/uk-waste-treatment-capacity-crisis.html ------- More Information about Waste Treatment: Waste treatment - Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waste_treatment Waste treatment - Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waste_treatment Waste treatment refers to the activities required to ensure that waste has the least practicable impact on the environment. In many countries various forms of waste treatment are required by law. Waste Treatment and Disposal Methods - The Balance https://www.thebalance.com › Small Business › Sustainable Businesses › Resources 31 Dec 2016 - For example, treatment techniques act to reduce the volume and toxicity of solid waste, transforming it into a more convenient form for disposal. Waste treatment and disposal methods are selected and used based on the form, composition, and quantity of waste materials. What is waste treatment? definition and meaning - BusinessDictionary ... www.businessdictionary.com/definition/waste-treatment.html Definition of waste treatment: Biological, chemical, or mechanical method(s) employed to (1) remove pollutants from industrial or municipal wastes, (2) change ... Pre-treatment of Waste - Chartered Institution of Wastes Management https://www.ciwm.co.uk/ciwm/knowledge/pre-treatment-of-waste.aspx Pre-treatment of Waste. A change to the EU Landfill Directive means that nearly all inert or non-hazardous wastes will soon have to be pre-treated before ... Waste exemptions: treating waste - GOV.UK https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/waste-exemptions-treating-waste 28 Apr 2014 - Read through t Wastewater treatment - Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wastewater_treatment Wastewater treatment is a process used to convert wastewater - which is water no longer needed or suitable for its most recent use - into an effluent that can be ... Sewage treatment · List of wastewater treatment ... · Industrial wastewater treatment Waste management - Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waste_management Waste management or waste disposal are all the activities and actions required to manage waste from its inception to its final disposal. This includes amongst ... Corporation · Waste management in India · Waste management concepts Waste treatment - Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waste_treatment Waste treatment refers to the activities required to ensure that waste has the least practicable impact on the environment. In many countries various forms of ... Waste treatment technologies - Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waste_treatment_technologies There are a number of different waste treatment technologies for the disposal, recycling, storage, or energy recovery from different waste types. Each type has its ... ---------- CLICK HERE: http://landfill-site.com/uk-waste-treatment-capacity-crisis.html ---------- People who watched this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qBjz0ooVCN0 -------- FOR MORE DETAILS: http://landfill-site.com/uk-waste-treatment-capacity-crisis.html -------- CONNECT WITH US: http://landfill-site.com/feed http://www.twitter.com/landfillrecycle http://www.facebook.com/wastersblog https://plus.google.com/106577921402433378346 http://pinterest.com/radiman -------- Don't forget to check out our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/wastemanaful and click the link below to subscribe to our channel and get informed when we add new content: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=wastemanaful --------- VISIT OUR SITE: http://landfill-site.com/uk-waste-treatment-capacity-crisis.html
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In this video I discuss two new developments (scams) that have recently come to my attention. The first is a new rule imposed by the Post Office on parcels and packages containing batteries. The Post Office will no longer post the lithium ion style batteries if they are loose. They can however, still be delivered if they are attached and installed in an item, for example; a laptop battery should be sent with the accompanying laptop. This appears to be a scam because the beneficiary of course is the Post Office who incur increased revenue in the form of extra delivery costs. I explore whether the EU has helped to encourage this new ruling by examining a 2006 EU directive. Furthermore, I discuss the Pay and Display scam that is currently operating in towns and cities throughout the country where coins are repeatedly rejected and the machine then times out. Any coins that have been accepted are then effectively stolen by the machine with no way of reporting the matter to anyone.
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In Russia, food and beverage industry players must find solutions for their waste. Last year,Geocycle Russia stepped up its business to better answer the needs of its major customers from the Ferzikovo plant. The co-processing solution offered at Ferzikovo is one of a kind in the country and is considered a best practice solution for effective waste management as part of a circular economy.
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The Amazing Mr. Smashing sings an info-operetta about plastic in our oceans! [If you would like to use this video for your event, presentation or exhibition, please contact [email protected]]. Our huge level of consumption and the accompanying waste it creates is leading to terrifying amounts of plastic entering our seas. All sorts of unpleasant effects are being discovered by researchers, including plastics acting as magnets for toxic chemicals, which are then being swallowed by sea life. We must act now to stop any more plastic reaching the oceans. There are many ways to do this, and every person can make simple changes in their lives to reduce their impact, but we also need the laws in place to ensure action by European governments. 2014 is the year that the European Commission reviews its various waste policies, including the waste framework directive. This means we have an opportunity to recognise the seriousness of marine litter and take strong steps to reduce waste and improve how it is managed. Let's show the law makers how much we care about our beautiful beaches and seas: like and share this video, using the hashtag #marinelitter and let's make a noise about the problem of plastics in our seas! To find out more and take action, visit http://www.seas-at-risk.org
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In this training video good and bad practices are presented regarding the handling, collection and storage of WEEE. This video has been developed during the implementation of the project "LIFE infocyle", co-financed by the Environmental Programme LIFE of the European Community LIFE infocycle: http://en.infocycle.gr Project title: Development of communication and training campaign for the recycling of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE). LIFE13 INF/GR/001342 Implementation Period: July 2014 - June 2016 (2 years) Coordinating Beneficiary: APPLIANCES RECYCLING S.A. http://www.electrocycle.gr/en Associated Beneficiaries: TERRA NOVA Ltd Environmental Engineering Consultancy http://www.terranova.gr/en XYZ PRODUCTIONS http://www.xyz-productions.gr
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Usage of diesel vehicles in underground mines emits toxic diesel fumes that affect the environment to a considerable extent. An increasing degree of stringency in the proposed environmental emission standards in the recent years especially in the developed economies demands usage of eco-friendly machinery and equipment in mining. Join Beroe's Mining Expert, Sabarish Vaishnav A, as he talks about the feasibility of replacing diesel equipment by electrically driven mine equipment. Sabarish will also capture the impact of using electrically driven mine equipment on a miner's value chain highlighting cost benefits incurred.
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For each type of electrical and electronic waste ANDRITZ offers tailor-made plant solutions, which meet all requirements of the European WEEE Directive. The Universal Cross-Flow Shredder QZ is the centerpiece of the WEEE recycling plant and breaks down the input material gently. The Universal Granulator UG further processes the material in order to result in clean output fractions. Key equipment: Universal Cross-Flow Shredder QZ 2000, Universal Granulator UG1600H http://www.andritz.com/
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Speech by Anne Laperrouze MEP (ALDE-ADLE) on : Revision of the framework directive on waste [MEP Speech] [Language FR original] Recommendation for second reading: Caroline Jackson (A6-0162/2008) on the Council common position with a view to the adoption of a directive of the European Parliament and of the Council on waste and repealing certain Directives [11406/4/2007 - C6-0056/2008 - 2005/0281(COD)] Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety Laperrouze_080616_183844_mesp_fr
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The video informs about the impact of marine litter on marine species in the worlds oceans and gives examples for solutions happening right now in the European Union. Links: European Environment Agency: http://www.eea.europa.eu/ Seas at Risk: http://www.seas-at-risk.org/ Fishing for Litter: http://www.kimointernational.org/FishingforLitter.aspx
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Film shows WEEE recycling plant in L'Aquila, Italy delivered by UMS - Urban Mining Solutions GmbH, Germany in 2017
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Reading Links, Sites and Papers - Irish Fluoride Awareness Site: @ - http://www.nofluoride.com/ American Fluoride Awareness Site: @ - http://www.fluoridealert.org/ Research Paper: "EFFECT OF FLUORIDE IN DRINKING WATER ON CHILDREN'S INTELLIGENCE" - @ - http://fluoride-class-action.com/wp-content/uploads/Appendix-16-Xiang-IQ-F-serum-FJ2003_v36_n2_p84-94.pdf Research Results: An IQ study of children in communities with 2.38 ppm fluoride in their water vs. those with 0.41 ppm fluoride. @ - http://www.fluoridealert.org/iq-studies.aspx SOME FLUORIDE INFORMATION: Fluoride is seen as a medication and is in no way a water treatment protocol. Adding it to our water supply is a medication of the general populace without their consent which is in itself against the law. No drug fits all case scenarios. All people are different sizes, physiologies and ages, and drink widely differing amounts of water. The difference between a labourer or a diabetic and a office worker, or a baby for instance. Professionally speaking, the whole idea of pharmacology is to deliver the right dosage of a particular drug to the right person at the right time. not to mention the serious case of medical ethics involved regarding informed consent. There are many toxicologists, pharmacologists and dental professionals who speak about the ill-effects of fluoride. It'd be fine if people were treated on an individual basis with their full knowledge and consent, and where a health professional could monitor the situation for side effects and for efficacy. But that is not what is happening here. We don't put anything in the water supply to keep people's blood pressure down or to prevent strokes or any other disease and there's no reason why we should be allowing some 'experts' do this to us either. Is there a bodily requirement for fluoride? No. It's a toxic substance and has no nutritional aspect to it whatsoever. Fluoride is not to be swallowed. It's a highly toxic substance. Whatever the health benefits, it is by way of topical (external) application opposed to swallowing. As an example, if you want to prevent sunburn you don't go ahead and drink sun tan lotion do you? You put it on your skin. No one really complains about toothpaste being used to treat teeth seeing that it's consentual. Also we are warned not to swallow it. Though serious care needs to be taken, toothpaste is a much smarter way to go about tooth fluoridation. Fluoride is readily available via toothpaste which further compounds the ridiculousness of it being added to our water supplies. In short, there's no way to justify the adding of fluoride to the public water supply as a means to topically apply it to teeth. It just makes no sense to do so. Are you aware of how many countries don't fluoridate their water ? Most European countries won't fluoridate their water. We are definitely in the minority. Some of the countries who do not fluoridate their water as follows: Austria - China - The Netherlands - Belgium - Hungary - Switzerland - Luxembourg - Sweden - Norway - Finland - Japan - France - Czech Republic - India - Germany - Iceland - Denmark - Italy - Greece - Portugal etc.. And guess what ? Their teeth are just as good as ours and better. All, other than India, don't suffer fluorosis of the teeth known to be caused by fluoride ingestion. India has relatively high amounts of fluoride naturally occurring in their environment and are more than aware of it's ill-effects to people's teeth. Is there less tooth decay in fluoridated countries ? Trends in tooth decay over time and in various countries would most certainly indicate not. If you look at the world health organisation data base say for twelve year olds over the decades, tooth decay rates have been coming down just as rapidly in non fluoridated countries as in fluoridated ones. The decline rates are indistinguishable from one area to the next and it is more likely due to better tooth care all round than the medication of water supplies. How much fluoride are we ingesting ? Well the sources of fluoride are ever increasing. Water and toothpaste obviously, Tea, many fruits via pesticides, anti-depressants, Cola and practically all beverages. Dental fluorosis (brown and white pitted marks on the teeth) is a bio marker that your child has been exposed to too much fluoride during the development of their teeth. Fluoride is not just a dental concern, it's a toxicity concern. Historically dentists have has carte blance on the assessing of fluorides effects upon the body. It effects other parts of the body. Arthritis - Other bone diseases - Brain - Cancer - Dental Fluorosis - Gastrointestinal effects - Infant Exposure - Immune System - Kidney - Pineal Gland - Reproductive system - Thyroid Gland... And not to mention any other organs that come in contact with it. The Professional Research Council in America have come out with a report in 2006 "Fluoride in Drinking Water: A Scientific Review of EPA's Standards"
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Today, several renewable technologies are available to decarbonise heating and cooling (H&C) – biomass, solar thermal, geothermal and efficient heat pumps. They are mature and ready to deliver but the market uptake of renewable energies in the H&C sector remains difficult. The Renewable Energy Directive (RED II) is the first piece of EU legislation to address the decarbonisation of the H&C sector, which represents about 50% of Europe’s energy consumption. But while the RED II sets an objective of mainstreaming renewables in H&C, it does not elaborate on the means to deliver. With the Clean Energy Package being finalised, discussions on the Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) starting, and the mid-century decarbonisation roadmap underway, there is no better time to discuss how the H&C sector can contribute to the EU’s climate and energy objectives. This stakeholder workshop brought together policymakers and other experts to discuss the future of the H&C sector. Questions included: - How can Europe plan a fossil fuel phase-out up to 2050? - Can renewable energies in H&C reach mass market? - Considering the long investment cycles (15 years), what funding mechanisms have to be put in place to decarbonise the sector? This event was under the patronage of the European Commission on the occasion of Green Week. EU Green Week 2018 will explore ways in which the EU is helping cities to become better places to live and work. Showcasing policy developments on air quality, noise, nature and biodiversity, waste and water management, it will promote participatory approaches to urban development, networking schemes, and tools for sharing best practices, engaging local authorities and citizens, and encouraging them to share their vision of a sustainable future. More info here https://www.eugreenweek.eu/
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http://www.eea.europa.eu/about-us/what/public-events/competitions/waste-smart-competition/wastesmart-competition-2013 Imagine all the resources, energy and labour that are used to produce food, cars, clothes, mobile phones and everything we consume. If we do not re-use and recycle them, they could be ending up in landfills or incineration plants. Each year, EU citizens generate an average of half a tonne of household waste per person. Waste can be an economic loss and it can also negatively impact the environment as well as human health. How do you see wasted food, construction waste, landfills, composting? How can we better reduce, re-use or recycle waste? How can re-using and recycling reduce the demand for extracting new resources? How do you want Europe's waste policy to look like in the future? The European Environment Agency (EEA) invites you to share your views about waste in Europe in a new creative competition, Waste•smART.Express your thoughts by 30 September 2013 through: photo, cartoon or video. Competition winners will receive a cash prize, and all finalists have a chance of getting their work promoted by the EEA and its partners across Europe.
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In December 2015, the European Commission presented a new circular economy package that will impact a wide range of sectors, including the packaging sector. By setting a target for preparing for reuse and recycling of packaging waste of 75% by 2030, the European Commission took an important step towards the circular economy. The European Parliament’s ENVI Committee voted their amendments in January 2017. And the Council is now also intensively discussing the waste directives. The packaging industry plays an important role in the circular economy and the process to reach the target. However retailers and consumers also need to be involved. Questions will include: - How can policymakers set an EU target for recycling of packaging waste that is both ambitious and realistic? - What kind of policy framework is needed for the packaging supply chain to drive investments towards a circular economy? - How can retailers and consumers be encouraged to opt for sustainable packaging?
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London and Lewes, Sussex, UK - 11 May 2005 1. WEEE Man sculpture with River Thames in foreground 2. Pan Up WEEE MAN 3. WEEE Man face 4. Child with mother pointing at sculpture 5. Various elements of sculpture 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Rob Holdway,RSA WEEE Man, Project Director "The RSA WEEE Man is 24 foot..." 7. Various Land Fill site (Lewes, Sussex) 8. Fridge compressor being hit with hammer 9. Fridge compressor being dislodged 10. Fridge compressor being drained of CFCs 11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Mark Hadley Director, Reco-Vie Recycling Limited " The first stage....." 12. Pan of computers and printers waiting to be recycled 13. Various of crane filling shredder with computer items 14. Shredded computer waste 15. Various skip filling with shredded computer waste 16. SOUNDBITE : (English) Mark Hadley Director, Reco-Vie Recycling Limited: "For most categories..." 17. Forklift in warehouse with fridges 18. Shredded fridge on conveyor belt 19. Shredded fridge lands in skip 20. SOUNDBITE : (English) Mark Hadley Director, Reco-Vie Recycling Limited: "think it is going to be a big..." 21. Various WEEE Man sculpture SUGGESTED LEAD-IN: Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment, otherwise known as WEEE, is the fastest growing waste type in the European Union. To highlight the growing problem, a striking seven metre humanoid-like sculpture named WEEE Man has been erected, overlooking the Thames river in London. It is hoped that passer-bys struck by the imposing structure, which is composed from items of electronic household waste, will begin to question their own usage and disposal of everyday goods. The project also aims to highlight new European laws governing electrical and electronic waste that will soon come into force in the UK. VOICE-OVER: The hulking three-ton statue may look like it has been designed for the set of a futuristic movie, but despite his android like appearance, WEEE man is built entirely from typical electrical and electronic waste. His purpose is to illustrate what the average UK citizen throws away in electrical or electronic waste in their lifetime. WEEE man's anatomy includes five fridges, 12 kettles, 35 mobile phones as well as numerous computers, washing machines and vacuum cleaners. The sculpture was commissioned by the Royal Society of Arts and designed by Paul Bonomini. Its purpose is to encourage the British public, retailers and manufacturers to think carefully about waste reduction and the consequences of the throw-away attitude common in consumer societies. SOUNDBITE : (English) '' The RSA WEEE Man is 24 foot high and 3.3 tons and this represents the amount of electronic waste that you will dispose of in your lifetime, most of which currently goes to landfill. So we want to raise your awareness and change your attitude to the disposing of electronic waste and increase the re-use and recycling.'' SUPER CAPTION: Robert Holdway, RSA WEEE Man, Project Director By early 2006, British consumers and retailers will be forced to think about the correct disposal of electronic waste, as the implementation of an EU Directive comes into force. In January 2003 the EU published the Waste Electronic and Electrical Equipment (WEEE) Directive. The aim of the new legislation is to reduce the amount of electrical waste going to landfill, and to encourage recycling and re-use. At present about 90% of Europe's WEEE waste goes into land fill. UPSOUND : hammer banging washing machine Although the UK lags behind many of its European counterparts, it does already have around 15 specialist recycling plants. At this plant in Sussex old and abandoned fridges and freezers are completely taken apart and shredded. SOUNDBITE : (English) You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/4a637453e1d00eaefc4f1f0d5da6380d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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What can our region learn from European experiences and strategies?
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Speech by Sonia Alfano MEP (ALDE ADLE) on : Application of waste management directive [on behalf of the Group] [Language IT original] Alfano-ORG_120202_091611_obog_it
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Müller-Guttenbrunn is one of the leading recycling companies for Waste from Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) in Central and South-Eastern Europe. A large number of production sites offer its business partners an unprecedented recycling depth for WEEE. The entire recycling process includes the logistics of the collected WEEE, the removal of pollutants and valuables with the patented smasher, the shredding by the specialized EVA Shredder, the separation of the ferrous metals, the processing of the non-ferrous fraction and last but not least the subsequent plastics recycling. The resulting plastic granulate meets the requirements of RoHS and REACH and can therefore be used for the production of new durable products and electrical appliances.
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1. Man walking down street talking on mobile phone 2. Man taking photo using a camera phone 3. Woman walking down street talking on mobile phone 4. Wide exterior of Barcelona 3GSM Conference 5. Various of people talking on mobile phones 6. Various interior shots of Barcelona 3GSM Congress, people talking on mobile phones 7. Mid shot of Panasonic stand 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Jeff Staff, Director of Panasonic Europe "Even prior to the introduction of the WEE directive, Panasonic and other mobile manufacturers were already participating in different schemes for the recycling of phones. For instance in the UK there was a scheme called the "Take Back" scheme, mobile take back which is a registered company arranging for the returning and correct disposal of handsets through an authorised recycling agent." 9. Set up shot of Andrew Till, director of Motorola Europe 10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Andrew Till, Director of Motorola Europe "A lot of the hazardous materials have now been taken out of the products so we can recycle approximately ninety nine percent of the handsets. Most of the core components can now be recycled, the housing etc can now be recycled. The model that we've adopted one is to do recycling and we are specialist partners in that area and the other is to re-condition handsets so we can send those out to other parts of the world." 11. Pan exterior of Catalonian Institute of Environment 12. Set up shot of Pilar Chiva, Head of Recycling, Catalonian Institute of Environment 13. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Pilar Chiva, Head of Recycling, Catalonian Institute of Environment "Sometimes we buy a new handset and keep the old one because you think you might use it again, or give it to your son or another family member. So you don't always generate a waste when you buy a new mobile. On the other hand, because is such a small device you may think is less dangerous for the environment, so you dispose with other kinds of rubbish. But is not like that. We need to stress the point that is very important to separate them so they can be recycled properly." 14. Wide shot of recycling plant at Manresa 15. Two shots of mobiles in container ready for recycling 16. Mid shot of tractor carrying components for recycling 17. Two shots of recycling chain 18. Set up shot of Ramon Artadill, Director of Electro Recycling Spain 19. SOUNDBITE:(Spanish) Ramon Artadill, Director of Electro Recycling Spain "Technology goes so fast that sometimes the manufacturer produces a new model and they don't know what to do with the old unsold one. Either they transfer those models to other markers or they send them here, unused, to be destroyed and recycled." 20. Woman enters re-cycling centre 21. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Vox Pop "I do recycle my mobile, the way I also recycle paper, metal or any other object, but sometimes is difficult to find a collect point. There should be more of them." 22. Hand disposing old mobile phone at recycling point SUGGESTED LEAD IN : The recent 3GSM telecommunications congress in the Spanish city of Barcelona, was a showcase for the latest in mobile phone technology.... But it a culture of the constant upgrade ... some consumers are asking what happens to the old model that they throw out. However a new EU Directive puts the onus on producer to dispose of electrical and electronic waste STORYLINE: Barcelona is a typical modern city, bustling and busy, full of people rushing around trying to juggle work and lifestyle. One of the 'essential' tools of this modern life is the mobile phone.. which allows users to stay in touch with friends and business whether by calling or texting. Last week Barcelona played host to the annual mobile phone industry trade fair, the 3GSM Congress. SOUNDBITE: (English) You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e0161f4ed4077566b6a52de97ab64e13 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Enerpat WEEE shredder Machine/E Waste Shredding Recycling Line More details,can contact: [email protected] Whatsapp:+86 1348 513 6716 Skype:lucy.shaoo
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Since 2000, more than 27,000 migrants and refugees have died attempting the perilous journey to Europe. With an unprecedented number of people breaking through its heavily barricaded borders in 2014, the EU continues to fortify its frontiers. In episode three of Europe or Die, VICE News correspondent Milène Larsson visits Bulgaria to see Europe’s newest border fence and speaks to Syrians who, because of the EU's Dublin Regulation, are trapped in one of Europe’s poorest countries. Subscribe to VICE News here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE-News Check out VICE News for more: http://vicenews.com Follow VICE News here: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vicenews Twitter: https://twitter.com/vicenews Tumblr: http://vicenews.tumblr.com/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/vicenews More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideos
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India’s space program wants to go where no nation has gone before — to the south side of the moon. And once it gets there, it will study the potential for mining a source of waste-free nuclear energy that could be worth trillions of dollars. The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will launch a rover in October to explore virgin territory on the lunar surface and analyze crust samples for signs of water and helium-3. That isotope is limited on Earth yet so abundant on the moon that it theoretically could meet global energy demands for 250 years if harnessed. “The countries which have the capacity to bring that source from the moon to Earth will dictate the process,” said K. Sivan, chairman of ISRO. “I don’t want to be just a part of them, I want to lead them.” The mission would solidify India’s place among the fleet of explorers racing to the moon, Mars and beyond for scientific, commercial or military gains. The governments of the U.S., China, India, Japan and Russia are competing with startups and billionaires Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos and Richard Branson to launch satellites, robotic landers, astronauts and tourists into the cosmos. The rover landing is one step in an envisioned series for ISRO that includes putting a space station in orbit and, potentially, an Indian crew on the moon. The government has yet to set a timeframe. “We are ready and waiting,” said Mr Sivan, an aeronautics engineer who joined ISRO in 1982. “We’ve equipped ourselves to take on this particular program.” China is the only country to put a lander and rover on the moon this century with its Chang’e 3 mission in 2013. The nation plans to return later this year by sending a probe to the unexplored far side. n the U.S., President Donald Trump signed a directive calling for astronauts to return to the moon, and NASA’s proposed $19 billion budget this fiscal year calls for launching a lunar orbiter by the early 2020s. ISRO’s estimated budget is less than a 10th of that – about $1.7 billion – but accomplishing feats on the cheap has been a hallmark of the agency since the 1960s. The upcoming mission will cost about $125 million – or less than a quarter of Snap Inc. co-founder Evan Spiegel’s compensation last year, the highest for an executive of a publicly traded company, according to the Bloomberg Pay Index. This won’t be India’s first moon mission. The Chandrayaan-1 craft, launched in October 2008, completed more than 3,400 orbits and ejected a probe that discovered molecules of water in the surface for the first time. The upcoming launch of Chandrayaan-2 includes an orbiter, lander and a rectangular rover. The six-wheeled vehicle, powered by solar energy, will collect information for at least 14 days and cover an area with a 400-meter radius. The rover will send images to the lander, and the lander will transmit those back to ISRO for analysis. A primary objective, though, is to search for deposits of helium-3. Solar winds have bombarded the moon with immense quantities of helium-3 because it’s not protected by a magnetic field like Earth is. The presence of helium-3 was confirmed in moon samples returned by the Apollo missions, and Apollo 17 astronaut Harrison Schmitt, a geologist who walked on the moon in December 1972, is an avid proponent of mining helium-3. “It is thought that this isotope could provide safer nuclear energy in a fusion reactor, since it is not radioactive and would not produce dangerous waste products,” the European Space Agency said. There are an estimated 1 million metric tons of helium-3 embedded in the moon, though only about a quarter of that realistically could be brought to Earth, said Gerald Kulcinski, director of the Fusion Technology Institute at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a former member of the NASA Advisory Council. That’s still enough to meet the world’s current energy demands for at least two, and possibly as many as five, centuries, Kulcinski said. He estimated helium-3’s value at about $5 billion a ton, meaning 250,000 tons would be worth in the trillions of dollars. Source :- Bloomberg Background Music :- bensound.com Disclaimer- This channel is for defence related news worldwide . We try to give you true news related to each and every aspects of defence . It is either country, defence weapon, air Force, army ,navy, military or anything we will try to fully explain . The content specially news we upload are taken from various news channels and media houses . we never claim it is 100 % on our behalf but we try to deliver you exact without rumours . our news is specially related to india . As India is a growing country specially in defence under narendra modi BJP government . Channel Link: https://www.youtube.com/DefenceTube Facebook Link: https://www.facebook.com/defencetube Twitter Link : https://twitter.com/DefenceTube Check my all playlist : https://www.youtube.com/defencetube/playlist
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Up to half a million gold miners have been given the go-ahead to launch class action lawsuits after contracting fatal lung diseases underground. The South African High Court ruled that workers who'd died of silicosis and tuberculosis could also be included, with any damages being paid to family members. "In the context of this case, class action is the only realistic option through which most mine workers can assert their claims effectively against the mining companies," Justice Phineas Mojap… READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2016/05/13/up-to-500000-south-africa-gold-miners-to-launch-lung-disease-class-action-suits What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronews euronews is available in 13 languages: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels In English: Website: http://www.euronews.com/news Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronews Google+: http://google.com/+euronews VKontakte: http://vk.com/en.euronews
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www.hyva.com Our HC line are 10tm to 150 tm class, high performance articulated double linkage cranes. Made for heavy duty users who require ultimate precision and lifting capacity. Packed with innovations, the HC line offers a wide range of accessories. Hyva cranes are manufactured entirely in modern factories situated in Poviglio (Italy), with more than 40 years of experience in the production of hydraulic cranes. HyvaCranes meet all current EU-wide regulations, including requirements of the Machinery Directive (EN 12999: A3) and are marked with the CE. The design of each crane is based on the Finite-elements Method (FEM) and calculations are made according to the standard DIN 15018. Structure and all components are processed by the quality control and complex endurance tests. All parts and components used in Hyva cranes are manufactured by renowned European manufacturers, which ensures high quality of our products.
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Modular WEEE System for metal recovery plant located on Switzerland. An illustrative "step by step" video about processing WEEE scrap. Visit http://www.3r-solucion.es We can provide you support to your internal waste management activities and help you to find a more economic way of proceed in your daily activity in order to save money via reduction of waste generation.
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An EU investigation has begun into the group whose role is to oversee fracking and over unconventional methods of gas exploration. READ MORE http://rt.com/uk/ WATCH LIVE: http://rt.com/on-air/rt-uk-air/ FOLLOW ON TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/RTUKnews FOLLOW ON FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/RTUKnews
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Farmers dump 50 tonnes of fruits and vegetables in historic Paris square before handing it out to the public to encourage support for French producers. Full Story: French farmers dumped 50 tonnes of produce in the heart of Paris on Wednesday before handing it out to the public in order to encourage people to 'eat French' and to protest environmental restrictions and weak market conditions caused by the trade embargo with Russia. At the protest, held in the historic Place de la Republique, organisers planned to make up to 20,000 bags of assorted fruits and vegetables which they began handing out for free to the public to raise awareness for their cause. The protesters had a number of aims, but at the heart of the protest was an attempt to promote locally-sourced food and an attempt to change agricultural policy at both the French and European level. "Clearly we are expressing our annoyance, and the annoyance of the entire farming world. We have come to say to Parisians: "Make an act of buying, come and be an activist, come, consume, support production in the Ile-de-France region," said President of the Ile-de-France regional division of the FNSEA (National Federation of Agricultural Holders' Unions), Damien Greffin. The farmers asked for less regulatory red tape imposed by the EU, particularly regarding recent directives on the use of Nitrates. "Today, a farmer, a livestock breeder, a potato farmer, a cereal farmer like me, devotes most of their time to administration and paperwork rather than production to feed the population, and this is completely unacceptable," said Greffin. Alongside the regulatory demands, farmers also asked for the European Union to compensate them for the loss of business that they have suffered as a result of the Russian food embargo that has been in place since August. The slogan of the campaign is 'Eat French', with organisers aiming for two out of every three meals to be made from locally-sourced produce, for both environmental and economic reasons. "I'm here to support the poor French farmers because they really need it. Most of the time I pick my own fruits and vegetables. If everyone made the effort and paid a little bit more, they could eat quality food and get the French economy moving again, and I think we really need that," said French consumer Christine Fouquet. The event in Paris was organised by the Ile-de-France regional divisions of the FNSEA and the Jeunes Agriculteurs (Young farmers), and similar events are taking place across the country on Wednesday. For more news and videos visit ☛ http://ntd.tv Follow us on Twitter ☛ http://twitter.com/NTDTelevision Add us on Facebook ☛ http://on.fb.me/s5KV2C
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What is BIN BUG? What does BIN BUG mean? BIN BUG meaning - BIN BUG definition - BIN BUG explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. The term "bin bug" was coined in August 2006 by the British media to refer to the use of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) chips by some local councils to monitor the amount of domestic waste created by each household. If the pilot schemes are successful it is expected that most British cities will introduce the system in the next two years. Three local councils in England and five Ulster councils have been trialling the scheme. The system works by having a unique RFID chip for each household's non-recycling wheelie bin (such households have two bins: one for general waste and one recycling bin). The chip is scanned by the dustbin lorry and, as it lifts the bin, records the weight of the contents. This is then stored in a central database that monitors the non-recycled waste output of each household. While some councils informed the householders of their intentions to monitor their waste output many others did not. Worcester City Council, for example, detailed their plans through local newspaper Worcester News in August 2005. Aberdeen City Council kept the scheme quiet until a local newspaper ran the story; the council declared no intention to operate or bring the system online but did not rule out future use. Some councillors said that the purpose of the "bin bugs" was to settle disputes about the ownership of the bins, but others mentioned that the system is a trial and means that they are more prepared should the government introduce a household waste tax. The tax would be in the form of a charge for households that exceed set limits of non-recycled waste. With recycling in the UK amongst the lowest percentage in Europe at 18%, a new tax scheme would have the intention of encouraging domestic recycling and meeting European landfill reduction targets. Each RFID chip costs around L2, with each scanning system costing around L15,000. The Local Government Association (LGA) provided L5 million to councils to fund 40 pilot schemes. They are supplied by two rival German companies: Sulo and Deister Electronic. Some suggest that people who removed the chip might not have their bin emptied. The motivation behind the RFID chips are to monitor the production of landfill waste so that councils can comply with the European Landfill Directive 1999/31/EC. "" The standard regulating RFID tags for the waste industry is EN 14803 Identification and/or determination of the quantity of waste. The RFID tag is located in a recess under the front lip of the bin, either as a self-contained unit or behind a plastic cap. There is some debate as to the legality of removing the RFID chip.
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Link to Report: http://www.technavio.com/report/global-e-waste-management-market-2014-2018 TechNavio's report, the Global e-Waste Management Market 2014-2018, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts. The report covers the Americas, and the EMEA and APAC regions; it also covers the Global e-Waste Management market landscape and its growth prospects in the coming years. The report also includes a discussion of the key vendors operating in this market.
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Computer Recycling Have a box or garage full of digital junk? Do you want to earn a couple of bucks from it? How To Earn Money From Junk Do not throw your electronics in the trash! Laws vary by state and country. laws - There are a number of larger directives outlined including the WEEE directive (EU), National Computer Recycling Act, Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, Electronic Device Recycling Research and Development Act, E-waste, and HIPAA requirements doing what's right for the environment and our economy possibly get paid for your junk (value of antiquated proprietary computer parts) catalog/make a list of any model numbers and part number prior to inquiry (be sure to bundle any original documentation, software, cables, boxes as w they will add value for you and the buyer) Provide accurate product condition (used/working, Dead, broken, etc.) Data destruction or hard drive removal Be prepared to be "qualified" - A majority of resellers get a thrill out of trying to get your sense of value before they disclose their valuation In some cases a Reseller may be willing to pay for the shipping costs Pack the products up adequately So if you go through digital products fairly frequently this may be a good option for you. Synonyms: Used Computer Reseller, Computer recycler, computer repair shop, Computer Salvage, Computer reclaimer, Computer removers, Electronic recycler, computer disposal, planned obsolescence, computer scrapping (computer scrap), E-Cycling, E-waste, computer brokers, parts brokers. Hosted by Philip Dominguez Original Music by DJ Getz (Chris Getz) http://youtube.com/djgetz Brought to you by Trade Federation, Inc. http://shop.e-tradefederation.com copyright all rights reserved 2013
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Short video presentation of the CRIFI Crushing Plant in English. CRIFI Ltd Crushing Plant produces machineries for crushing, selection, stockpiling and washing of inert, both mountains and river's material, or of material coming from the crushing and recycling or destined to the cement's sector. Missione CRIFI Ltd. Crushing Plant, in continuous expansion throughout the national and international territory, is looking for agents and/or resellers in Africa, Asia, Australia and Americas, already introduced in the extractive-mining sector. CRIFI Ltd Crushing Plant has been operating, from more than 30 years, in the worldwide market of design, production and selling of crushing, selection, storage and washing plants, characterized by their blue color and destined to the extractive and mining sector. A complete range, a detailed creation and a "handmade" assembly with top quality components, confer to the machineries of CRIFI Ltd Crushing Plant absolute reliability and flexibility for every requirement, in respect of all the safeties standard. A strong belief in the European Directives of environmental respect, according to the location where the firm stands, leaded us to invest resources in order to develop new technologies about the recovery and recycling of demolished materials C&D, about the dehydration of sludges and the contaminated grounds' processing. An after -- sale service of capillary maintenance and assistance, allowed us to grow and retain existing costumers, marking us for our promptness in the replies and interventions, emphasizing an ambitious and constant improving -- oriented company's philosophy, respectfully the Made in Italy, the authentic surplus value.
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These vehicles are oriented to market segments dealing with potentially hazardous environments like chemical and petrochemical industries, production sites of mineral oil and natural gas, mining, tunnel construction and maintenance and many other sectors. Visit the page: https://www.alke.com/explosion-proof-vehicles
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