RECYCLING magazine 03 / 2018

    Source Wall: Dieter Schütz; / Source disposal site: RECYCLING magazin / Illustration map india: E. Zillner

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    Source: Valentine Iwenwanne
    A boom in Nigeria‘s automobile business
    The recovery of spare parts is not the only use for scrap cars.
    Source: Linda Dahrmann;
    Breaking barriers
    Public-private partnerships are expected to break the recycling threshold in the USA.
    Source: Axion
    Collaborative service for end-of-life batteries
    Getting EOL batteries back into the loop.
    Source: Rosel Eckstein;
    From the bottom to the top
    Sardinia gives a positive example of implementing waste management systems.
    Source: Zillner
    Growing potential needs an adequate framework
    India‘s waste management market is on the rise.
    Source: Hitachi Zosen Inova
    India‘s mountains of waste turned into electricity
    Waste-to-energy is helping solve the country‘s problems.
    Source: pixabay
    Keeping recycling workers safe in real time
    The digital transformation can improve safety.
    Source: T. Byrne
    New waste transfer station in western Thessaloniki
    FODSA invests in Efkarpia‘s waste infrastructure.
    Illustration: E. Zillner
    Not enough to meet the deadline
    India still processes only 24% of its solid waste.
    Source: Valentine Iwenwanne
    Only well-intended
    Nigeria is highly dependent on ULABs, but has no proper processing infrastructure.
    Source: Ardau USC Power
    Power generation breakthrough using carbon waste
    New technology allows higher temperature and pressure.
    Source: E. Zillner
    Regulation threatens recycling of WEEE
    A legislative proposal wants to lower concentration levels for POPs.
    Source: Rainer Sturm;
    Steady growth in food waste management market expected
    Growth is creating more opportunities.
    Source: pixabay
    Trade finance and recycling – a booming industry?
    How the potential of the market can be unlocked.
    Source: Linus Unah
    ‚Waste to Wealth‘ class offers a lifeline to Nigerian women
    The project is helping victims of war in the country.

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