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Seven Reasons Why Waste Conversion Technology’s Promise Is Unfulfilled

Seven Reasons Why Waste Conversion Technology’s Promise Is Unfulfilled

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After a decade-long effort and billions of dollars of expenditure, waste conversion technologies (CTs) have yet to fulfill their promise in addressing one of North America’s primary environmental goals—reducing the 125 million tons of post-recycled MSW that come to rest in our nation’s landfills each year. Here’s why:  … Read More

CTs: Why, Where, What, and When (Number 1)

CTs: Why, Where, What, and When (Number 1)

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Last week’s 2016 Southern California Conversion Technology Conference (SCCTC) put on by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works (LACDPW) focused on the need for the California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle) to rescind its exclusion from full diversion credit of thermochemical CTs for treating MSW feedstocks.  … Read More

How Can We Make Green Energy Save Some Green?

How Can We Make Green Energy Save Some Green?

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As I announced in a previous blog, Forester Media is preparing to launch a new publication this Fall—Energy Storage Solutions—following the dramatic changes that are taking place in how energy is produced, collected, stored, transmitted, and used.

Yes, nuclear, coal, natural gas, diesel, and gasoline fueled power generation plants will be  … Read More

Get Smart! Cut Maintenance Costs with Smart Pump Technology

Get Smart! Cut Maintenance Costs with Smart Pump Technology

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Keeping your landfill and Gas-To-Energy pumps performing can be challenging and costly…especially when dealing with odor issues, compliance problems, and shutdowns.

Join Bob Beyer from Jeneer Group for a FREE webinar exploring the latest technology in landfill leachate pump operation and maintenance, and how you can integrate remote pneumatic pump monitoring into  … Read More

GE Highlights Solutions for Turning Waste to Energy at Two Industry Conferences

GE Highlights Solutions for Turning Waste to Energy at Two Industry Conferences

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TREVOSE, PA.—April 4, 2016—GE (NYSE: GE) will showcase its waste-to-energy technologies, products and services designed to help industrial and municipal customers meet their toughest wastewater and waste challenges at the WEF Residuals and Biosolids Conference taking place April 3-6 in Milwaukee and at the Biocycle West Coast Conference taking place  … Read More



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