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  1. UTA Civil Engineers Shaping Sustainable Solutions, Increasing Energy Production At Denton Landfill

    Cities, counties and countries have spent decades covering trash with intricate layers of liners and soil in landfills as the best way to protect groundwater and eventually reclaim usable green space.

  2. Standard For Sewage Treatment Plants In Developing Countries

    A standard for sewage treatment plants is to improve the sanitation situation in developing countries.

  3. BioHiTech America Collaborates With Natural Systems Utilities To Convert Commercial Food Waste To Energy

    BioHiTech Global, Inc. ("BioHiTech") (OTC: BHTG), a green technology company that provides an innovative data-driven solution for food waste disposal, announced that its subsidiary, BioHiTech America, has partnered with Natural Systems Utilities, Ridgewood Green RME and the Village of Ridgewood, NJ to test a process that will allow BioHiTech's Eco-Safe Digester to digest, tank, and deliver the effluent from its Eco-Safe Digesters to Anaerobic Digestion (AD) facilities anywhere in the world.

  4. ECOSLOPS Granted An Agreement In Principle From The Port Of Abidjan To Establish A Recycling Plant

    ECOSLOPS, an innovative technology company that recycles maritime transport oil residues (slops and sludges) into marine fuels and diluted bitumen, announces that it has received an Agreement in Principle from the port of Abidjan to provide it with land on which to construct a recycling plant

  5. Shanks Wins Food Waste Contract With Buckinghamshire County Council

    International waste-to-product business, Shanks Group plc, is pleased to announce that it has won a food waste contract with Buckinghamshire County Council. The contract will begin on 1 February 2016 and will run for the next two years, with scope for three additional one year extensions.

  6. Chattanooga Project Demonstrates Methane-To-Electric Moment

    Methane-to-electric projects are a hot topic in the wastewater sector these days.

  7. DC Water Gets Charged Up On Human Excrement

    The wastewater servicer in the nation’s capital has harnessed human excrement to generate 13 megawatts of electricity.

  8. New Catalytic Process Treats Cyanide In Industrial Waste

    Chemists at the University of Amsterdam have discovered a new process for removing cyanide from industrial wastewater.

  9. SCS Engineers Awarded Contract By Pinellas County For Environmental Consulting And Construction Services

    The Pinellas Board of County Commissioners has hired SCS Engineers to manage its side slope closure project at the Bridgeway Acres Landfill. SCS will also provide construction quality assurance, construction contract administration services, and geosynthetic materials conformance and field test services

  10. Stratton Mountain Recognized For Diverting Food Waste

    Stratton Mountain Resort is the only Vermont organization to be recognized by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for efforts in diverting food waste