85% of Expo 2020 Dubai’s waste to be diverted away from landfills
Expo 2020 Dubai has announced a new partnership with Dulsco, to help support the event in diverting 85 per cent of its waste away from landfills.As Expo 2020’s Official Waste Management Partner, Dulsco will implement innovative solutions, supporting Duba…
Attero Recycling: From e-waste to e-wealth
Noida-based Attero Recycling has been tackling the problem of mounting electronic waste as consumers discard their electronic gadgets and electrical appliances once their lifespan is over. The startup extracts important elements and compounds from these discarded products that can be used in various industrial applications, using its proprietary technology while trying to minimise the negative impact on the health of the waste collectors in this largely unorganised sector.
‘Summit on Sustainability’ focuses on India’s development
The capital is all set to witness a day long ‘Summit on Sustainability’ today at Hotel Lalit, New Delhi, to take on the barriers of sustainable development. …
Courses | International Sustainable Tourism Initiative
Fall 2020: ENVR E-118 Environmental Management of International Tourism Development …
Surfside Florida Bans Most Single-Use Plastics
The town of Surfside in Miami-Dade voted to ban most single-use plastics, including shopping bags and flatware.
Recycled rubber and plastic on trac… – Information Centre – Research & Innovation – European Commission
Rail Countries involved in the project described in the article Italy Add to PDF “basket” © Greenrail Group SRL, 2017 Railway sleepers across the world are commonly made of concrete. However, the EU-funded GREENRAIL project has come up with a novel, green idea for sleeper materials that will help the EU rail sector boost its environmental and circular economy credentials, as well as improving rail sleeper technology.