• Researchers produce low-cost hand sanitizer from waste

     · Approximately 620,000 tons of plant and similar waste, and 35,000 tons of paper waste, that have no use and whose management requires resources, are produced annually in Israel alone.

  • Processing solutions for reusable and waste materials

    Recycling of electronical waste often makes pre-shredding necessarybut batteries and capacitors must not be damaged in the process. At the French Rousset facility near Marseilles, Triade Électronique, a subsidiary of Veolia, operates a recycling plant for electrical and electronic scrap.

  • A green and low-cost room temperature biodiesel production

     · Egg shells were used as catalyst for biodiesel production from waste cooking oil at room temperature. High FAME yield (97 wt.%) was obtained after 11 h of regular stirring and the catalyst was reused five times.The catalyst was stored for at least three months without decrease in its activity and for a year with only 10% decrease in FAME yield.

  • ECOshrimpA complete end-to-end RAS technology for

    About Us. In 2016, ECOshrimp, a subsidiary of AquaMaof, opened a shrimp R&D center in southern Israel, with the aim of developing technology that would enable the intensive land based commercial production of shrimp (Litopenaeus vannamei). During these years, ECOshrimp successfully adapted AquaMaof’s proven RAS technology for shrimp production.

  • Trends in Solid Waste ManagementWorld Bank

     · Cost recovery for waste services differs drastically across income levels. User fees range from an average of $35 per year in low-income countries to $170 per year in high-income countries, with full or nearly full cost recovery being largely limited to high-income countries.

  • Waste not, want notThe Jerusalem Post

     · Waste composition in Israel s relatively low on consumables, such as food and greens -- a total of 30%. Manufactured goods and industrial waste, usually dry waste

  • Top 42 Startups developing Bioplastic Recycling startups

     · Seramic Materials produces sustainable advanced ceramics, by recycling industrial solid waste as a low-cost raw material available locally in large quantity. It also generates carbon-free value-added energy, using Waste Heat Recovery (WHR) systems,

  • K.B. Recycling Industries Ltd. (Alkemy) Engages Generation

     · K.B. Recycling Industries Ltd., conducting business as Alkemy ("Alkemy" or, the "Company"), a leading environmental technology company based in Israel, announces that it has engaged the services of Generation IACP Inc. ("Generation") to provide services as a market maker in compliance with the policies and guidelines of the TSX Venture Exchange and other applicable legislation.

  • Researchers produce low-cost hand sanitizer from waste

     · Researchers produce low-cost hand sanitizer from waste. A Tel Aviv University breakthrough allows, for the first time, a local production of ethanol—and hand sanitizer—based on plant and paper

  • Low-cost, environmentally-friendly hand sanitizer produced

     · Low-cost, environmentally-friendly hand sanitizer produced from plant and paper waste. A Tel Aviv University breakthrough allows, for the first time, a local production of ethanol -- and hand

  • What predicts waste management behaviors

     · 1. Introduction. waste production is a growing concern in both the developed and developing world ().More than four billion tons of solid waste are generated every year, almost half of it is municipal solid waste (Gutberlet, 2015), which includes waste generated at s, offices and retail (Ayalon et al., 2013).Between 1980 and 2005 municipal waste generation within the OECD

  • Waste Management and the Circular Economy in Selected

    In Israel, for example, the 2006 Sustainable Solid Waste Management Master Plan identified priorities, set objectives and led to the introduction of new instruments, notably Extended Producer Responsibility schemes as well as economic instruments such as a landfill levy the 2010 Recycling Action Plan further developed the mix of policy

  • Benchmarking in municipal solid waste recycling

     · In the literature, the costs of recycling are usually considered to be slightly higher than the costs of landfilling (even in properly engineered landfills, as is the case in Israel Israeli Ministry of the Environment, 2010). This is perhaps due to the fact that in most of the studies it was assumed that the costs associated with the municipal-collection segment of waste management (the segment consisting mainly of placing and maintaining waste containers, collecting the waste

  • Top 42 Startups developing Bioplastic Recycling startups

     · Seramic Materials produces sustainable advanced ceramics, by recycling industrial solid waste as a low-cost raw material available locally in large quantity. It also generates carbon-free value-added energy, using Waste Heat Recovery (WHR) systems,

  • Looking to dump poor recycling record, Israel asks public

     · According to the Environmental Protection Ministry, collecting, sorting, and distributing recyclables to the correct places costs about NIS 580 ($165) per ton, compared to

  • Economic Efficiency of Compost Production The Case of Israel

    This paper presents a comprehensive economic analysis of recycling organic wastes through composting. A mathematical programming model is developed to examine the optimal level of compost production from sources of organic municipal solid waste, livestock manure and wastewater-treatment sludge. The model incorporates the spatial nature of the problem by referring to the locations of the

  • Capturing composites manufacturing waste flows through

     · The waste hierarchy presented in the EU waste framework directive in 2008, introduces scale to classify the different types of waste in five levels according to their management procedures ().The five levels defined by the directive 2008/98/EC classify waste management in different forms of waste treatment from prevention which is the most desirable (non-waste) scenario, through to waste

  • Focus on Israel Israel's Agriculture in the 21st century

     · Average production of eggs for eating is 250 per layer. Annual meat yield per square meter of broiler house, over the course of five growing cycles, now reaches 150 kg. Israel is the world's largest per-capita consumer of turkey meat and the industry represents a third of total meat output.

  • Circularity at Intel Waste Recovery and Reuse November

     · Circularity in Intel’s Semiconductor Manufacturing Waste Recovery and Reuse 3 In the early 2000s, Intel began treating ammonium wastewater to reduce nitrogen sent to local waste water treatment facilities. The waste byproduct, ammonium sulfate, was initially directed towards offsite waste water treatment—but beginning in 2013, both

  • Waste-to-Energy Solutions & Technologies

    A fish processing plant in Ecuador wanted to increase production and upgrade its wastewater treatment facility. Fluence introduced waste-to-energy technology to the existing treatment, improving effluent quality, reducing disposable waste, and saving thousands in energy costs -- all

  • Waste not, want notThe Jerusalem Post

     · It is high in generating waste and low in recycling. On a daily per capita basis, Israel generates an average of 1.7 kilograms of waste but recycles barely 20%.

  • Beyond Mechanical Recycling Giving New Life to Plastic Waste

    A discussion of other indicators such as toxicity, eutrophication, and water-demand requires a more detailed study beyond the scope of this Review. 59 LCA is performed in reference to one ton of plastic waste having experienced the full life cycle of plastic production, product manufacturing, waste collection, transport, sorting, and recycling

  • What predicts waste management behaviors

     · 1. Introduction. waste production is a growing concern in both the developed and developing world ().More than four billion tons of solid waste are generated every year, almost half of it is municipal solid waste (Gutberlet, 2015), which includes waste generated at s, offices and retail (Ayalon et al., 2013).Between 1980 and 2005 municipal waste generation within the OECD

  • Top 25 Waste-to-Energy startups

     · Country Israel Funding $27M Blue Sphere develops waste-to-energy plants that generate biofuels from food and farm waste. These biofuels are then sold to local utility providers that utilize them to power steam turbines for electricity production.

  • Economic Efficiency of Compost Production The Case of Israel

    This paper presents a comprehensive economic analysis of recycling organic wastes through composting. A mathematical programming model is developed to examine the optimal level of compost production from sources of organic municipal solid waste, livestock manure and wastewater-treatment sludge. The model incorporates the spatial nature of the

  • Waste and Recycling Applications Environmental XPRT

    HITEMA with its range of product solutions is able to grant an energy and water saving maintaining a precise an stable temperature control for the operations of welding machines, for precision machine tools, metal cleaning processes where the precise cutting oil and hydraulic fluid temperature permit high speed operations and low maintenance costs, it permits also to increase the productivity

  • Waste Management and the Circular Economy in Selected

    While not all countries reported the level of cost recovery the performance reviews that did include this information suggest low levels of cost recovery, with Israel recovering around 10% of MSW management costs, around one-third of costs in Korea, and on average 70% of costs in Czech Republic.

  • Report calls for Israeli firms that produce hazardous

     · A comprehensive report on Israel’s treatment of hazardous waste recommends imposing a fee on the companies that produce such waste to cover the costs of its disposal. It also recommends splitting the government company that handles the waste into two parts, and enabling it to export waste for recycling.

  • New process for complete materials-route recycling of

    New process for complete materials-route recycling of electroplating waste. The production of electroplated plastic components makes extremely high demands on the material‘s surfaces. Up to 30 % of production is out-of-specification. Up to now, there has been no process for the rational utilisation of this production waste.

  • Beyond Mechanical Recycling Giving New Life to Plastic Waste

    A discussion of other indicators such as toxicity, eutrophication, and water-demand requires a more detailed study beyond the scope of this Review. 59 LCA is performed in reference to one ton of plastic waste having experienced the full life cycle of plastic production, product manufacturing, waste collection, transport, sorting, and recycling

  • Poverty, Wealth, and WastePERC

     · Poverty, Wealth, and Waste. March 1, 2000. By Barun Mitra. In 1986, a waste-to-energy plant opened in Delhi, India, financed by the Danish International Development Agency at a cost of over $10 million. The plant was expected to generate 3.8 megawatts of electricity from garbage, and its success was to be copied in other Indian cities.

  • Processing solutions for reusable and waste materials

    Recycling of electronical waste often makes pre-shredding necessarybut batteries and capacitors must not be damaged in the process. At the French Rousset facility near Marseilles, Triade Électronique, a subsidiary of Veolia, operates a recycling plant for electrical and electronic scrap.

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