People in Cairo’s garbage city were able to find a way to sort trash by hand here are able to recycle four times more than of the trash when compared to conventional waste management companies. This in turn made it possible for them to recycle 80- 85% of the volume they take into their neighborhood.
Abu Dhabi has integrated new waste collection bins that fitted with sensors to aid in better waste management and are colour coded to allow easy segregation for recycling purposes.
Essen’s last coal mine receive massive changes transforming itself into a services and financial centre. It is now home to a 23-hectare public park, new neighbourhoods and businesses which is marginally different from the former industrial site that had long been a wasteland.
Coffee lovers in Britain will have to think twice in disposing their takeaway cups with researches showing that these cups can leave a mountain of toxic waste for the next generation due to the fact that it could take decades for paper cups to decompose.
In other news, people in Amsterdam are rewarded for recycling. Every bag of plastics they produce households earns them one green coin which they can use for a free second coffee, 50% off tyre repairs, discounts on accountancy support, groceries and reiki treatments and many more.
The National Space Centre, located in Leicester has partnered with Wastecycle helping them divert 94% of waste from landfill during its first two months working resulting to a significant improvement in recycling and recovery of the waste they generate.
This one-of-a-kind artist, creates art out of trash that he plucks from the streets of New York City
Navin Chandra is able to help reduce the burden on overflowing landfills in the city with the infrastructure that he has built. The seven-storey Sea Line housing society at Union Park in Khar (West) is equipped with solar power and a windmill for its electricity requirements, a rainwater harvesting facility that saves 2 lakh litres of water every year and an organic waste recycling technique.
The holiday season is over, and in this article readers are given plenty of tips and when it comes to recycling our holiday trash.
This article explains how waste collection business can create new jobs which include municipal collection, sorting, recycling, and secondary use of waste. Furthermore, jobs linked to waste management are increasing with growing activities in collection and recycling offering great opportunities in the future.
Germany has reached the top becoming the world’s recycling champions with the country able to sort 65 percent of their waste into an array of color-coded bins to be collected for reuse or incineration.
A large white fridge can be found in Galdakao which allows which residents and restaurants can drop off leftover or unused food for others to pick up which helps reduce food waste.