Issue : 16 March 2012
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Eagle takes offSubscription
Moving into a new marketplace always carries an element of risk but to successfully establish any operation in an emerging market brings with it added challenges.
Latest developments in IrelandSubscription
Covanta, the American waste company behind Dublin’s controversial Poolbeg incinerator, has been given until August 31 to come up with the funding and satisfy regulators about the scheme.
Irish attractions - the state of the marketSubscription
Ireland’s economic woes have been well documented in recent times. Financial turmoil has crippled its economy, forcing the need for an EU bailout. So, it’s no surprise this has resulted in a familiar outcome - with waste generation levels falling as consumers tighten the belt. But how significant has that been?
Pub customers, understandably, are more concerned about the disposal of the liquid than the glass element of the bottles of beer they’re drinking. But for the staff behind the bar all those empties are a nuisance – and a cost for the pub operator.
One price on the cards?Subscription
Globalisation has seen a seismic shift in the global flow of goods, manufacturing hubs and economies. Could this result in a single global paper price? Tim Price reports.
Piling on the caloriesSubscription
Advanced Fuel Production facilities utilising RDF is an innovative and exciting area of renewable energy which is largely untapped
Manufacturing has a huge role to play in the provision of innovative products that will help us hit these targets
M&A deals boom across the waste industrySubscription
The waste and environmental services sector continues to perform well depite the harsh economic climate confronting other industries.
AD boss slams 'mixed messages' over food wasteSubscription
The Anaerobic Digestion (AD) industry is being held back by a lack of organic waste targets, a senior industry figure warned this week.
Industry could get EfW evidence opportunitySubscription
The energy-from-waste (EfW) industry could be handed a major opportunity to sell itself to a nervous public after an influential MP called for a “much wider public debate” on incineration.