Ferrovial Services promotes activities to increase citizens’ environmental awareness and involvement partnering with its clients to fight climate change. The…
Sustainability is a key interest for Tom and those at the port. They’re on track to reach internal targets next year but there’s always more which can be done. Tom would love to see hoardings on new developments locally stating that all the suppliers were either local at the port or made of materials shipped into the port. There are lots of sustainable improvements being put into place now and as new works are planned, their whole lifecycle is considered as part of the port masterplan and environmental impact targets.
Europe’s largest fund conference, FundForum International, takes place this week in Copenhagen. The agenda features panel discussions on some of the industry’s hot topics, such as ESG, digital and asset allocation.
In Pennsylvania, the Derry Township Municipal Authority (DTMA) has taken a big step on its journey toward energy and nutrient recovery from organic waste at its Clearwater Road Wastewater Treatment Facility (WWTF). Ongoing upgrades at the five million-gallons-per-day WWTF are part of a $12 million biosolids facility improvements program. These improvements will expand capacity and increase energy efficiency, boosting the plant’s sustainability. The Derry Township Municipal Authority’s Clearwater Road Wastewater Treatment Facility. (Source: Brown and Caldwell) Already accepting organic waste from industrial and municipal sources, and with plans to receive future additional waste streams, the DTMA has a long-term vision to recover and reuse resources, reduce landfill waste, and generate alternate revenue sources to lessen the financial burden to customers.