A computer technician has been sentenced to prison for selling restore disks for computers after he was targeted by Microsoft for allegedly taking away from their profits.
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New portal from the Global E-Waste Statistics Partnership visualises data on the amount of e-waste generated and treated by country and by region…
Ørsted and Bigadan have completed construction of the biggest biogas plant in Eastern Denmark. In future, the residues from Novo Nordisk’s and Novozymes’ factories in Kalundborg on the west coast of Zealand will be transformed into bio-natural gas and fertilizer. The new biogas plant in Kalundborg will process approximately 300,000 tonnes of biomass from Novo Nordisk and Novozymes. The plant converts the residues into biogas, which is then upgraded to bio-natural gas. The climate-friendly bio-natural gas can be used as a substitute for fossil natural gas and delivers significant carbon savings. “Kalundborg Bioenergy is a fantastic example of how we can exploit the value in residues. Novo Nordisk and Novozymes produce insulin and enzymes in Kalundborg which are sold all over the world, and now the residues from production will be converted into energy and fertilizer at a local plant,” said Thomas Dalsgaard, Executive Vice President and CEO of Bioenergy & Thermal Power, Ørsted.
Walking into Dublin Barista School, I grab a coffee for Duffy and myself. Duffy, true to form, provides her reusable cup while I, tail between my legs, opt for the compostable paper vessels provided by the coffee shop.
Gucci and Italian bank Intesa Sanpaolo have unveiled the next chapter of a collaboration that, for the first time, will focus on the transition of the supply chain toward sustainable and inclusive practices. The agreement helps companies in the Kering-owned luxury maison’s supply chain to embark on a path to improve their social and environmental sustainability through the implementation of specific actions and initiatives that align with the guidelines of the Italian government’s National Recovery and Resilience Plan.