Continue Reading... Coming soon an IIT-M powered online marketplace for e-waste management

Coming soon an IIT-M powered online marketplace for e-waste management

The Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IIT-M) is developing an innovative model to tackle electronic waste (e-waste) by linking stakeholders in the formal and informal economy. ‘e-Source’ will be an exchange platform which will serve as an online marketplace for Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) and facilitate a supply chain between buyers and sellers.

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Continue Reading... What Are The Benefits Of Electronic Waste Recycling?

What Are The Benefits Of Electronic Waste Recycling?

It’s undeniably true that human needs are limitless, and the assets available to us are very restricted. Because of this explanation, reusing has turned into the need of great importance. There are many types of reusing, one of which is electronic waste reusing. There are various advantages that one can escape electronic waste reusing.
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A portion of the ecological advantages that you will escape reusing electronic waste are talked about.  To save our normal assets – We realize that regular asset are very restricted and are incredibly valuable. We likewise realize that without these assets, individuals can’t endure. Electronic waste usually contains metals like copper, platinum, silver, and so forth In this manner, it is strongly suggested that we go for the choice of reusing electronic waste. This is on the grounds that such metal arrive in a great deal of utilization and by reusing the e-squander, we will actually want to utilize these metals in a more coordinated way. 

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Continue Reading... Year one of protein crop trial heavily subscribed in Northern Ireland

Year one of protein crop trial heavily subscribed in Northern Ireland

The College of Agriculture, Food and Rural Enterprise (CAFRE) has confirmed that 80 farmers successfully applied for the first year of Northern Ireland’s Protein Crop Payment Pilot Scheme. The support measure will continue into 2022. According to CAFRE’s head of dairy, pigs, poultry and crops, Don Morrow, a total of 679.92ha have been accepted for the scheme this year. It provides support at a level of £330/ha, bringing the total payments to farmers up to £224,578. The eligible crop breakdown for 2021 is as follows: spring beans- 593.17ha; spring peas – 47.233ha; winter beans – 23.17ha; spring sweet lupins – 15.7ha.

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