Category: Waste Management

Radioactive Water

Disastrous – Fukushima Radioactive Water To Be Released In Pacific Ocean

After the destruction of the Fukushima nuclear generating station by a tsunami in 2011, more than 1 million ton

hydrogen

Innovative – Hydrogen Can Be Extracted From Plastic Using Microwaves

Over the past several decades, plastic waste has been found in the snow atop the highest mountains and in

solar PV-waste

Managing Solar PV-Waste At The End Of Useful Life

What will happen to over half-terawatt of solar photovoltaic (PV) modules which have already been installed around the world

fracking

New Study – Fracking Also Releases Radioactive Particles

A part from destroying the environment, it turns out that fracking also releases radioactive particles in the air that

Batteryloop Is Reusing Volvo Bus Batteries As Energy Storage Units

Stena’s Recycling subsidiary Batteryloop has entered in an agreement with Volvo Buses to reuse their batteries as energy storage

Beer

Unsold Beer Is Being Turned Into Renewable Energy

Millions of litres of beer which expired at South Australian breweries amid the coronavirus pandemic has been converted into

Cigarette Butts -The Most Abundant Plastic Waste In The World

Cigarette butts are actually the most abundant form of plastic waste in the world, with about 4.5 trillion individual

Extracting High-Purity Manganese From Mine Waste For Batteries

While we know lithium is a major driver of EV growth, high-purity manganese is another battery metal that will

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