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11th World Congress and Expo on Recycling, will be organized around the theme “Recycling:Creating a Sustainable World”

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Sustainable energy policy

The Sustainable Energy Policy will create an integrated policy outline for managing the social, economic and environment challenges faced by the Territory to 2020 as they relate to energy production and use.

The framework consists of four key targeted outcomes:

  • Outcome one: secure and affordable energy
  • Outcome two: smarter use of energy
  • Outcome three: cleaner energy
  • Outcome four: growth in the clean economy

 

Sustainable energy policy

The Sustainable Energy Policy will create an integrated policy outline for managing the social, economic and environment challenges faced by the Territory to 2020 as they relate to energy production and use.

The framework consists of four key targeted outcomes:

  • Outcome one: secure and affordable energy
  • Outcome two: smarter use of energy
  • Outcome three: cleaner energy
  • Outcome four: growth in the clean economy

 

 

Petrochemical and Oil Recycling

Used oil can be developed into lubricants, processed into fuel oils, and used as raw substances for the refining and petrochemical industries. Used oil filters include reusable scrap steel, which metal producers can use as scrap feed. To recycle used oil, processors and refiners remove water, insolubles, dust, heavy metals, nitrogen, chlorine, and oxygenated compounds from oil tired from motors or other machines. The resulting product—called “rerefined” oil—need to meet the identical stringent refining, compounding, and performance requirements as virgin oil for use in car, heavy-responsibility diesel and different inner combustion engines and hydraulic fluids and equipment oils.

 

Bio-plastics

Bioplastics are plastics resulting from renewable biomass sources, such as vegetable fats and oils, corn starch, or microbiota.  Bioplastic can be prepared from agricultural by-products and also from used plastic bottles and other containers using microorganisms. Common plastics, such as fossil-fuel plastics are resultant of  petroleum or natural gas. Production of such plastics have a tendency to require more fossil fuels and to create more greenhouse gases than the production of biobased polymers.

 

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle  and Recovery

REDUCE is to lower the amount of waste you create in the first place. This includes buying products with less packaging. REUSE means to use something again that you would normally discard away (eg. Glass jar for food or plastic bags for bin liners.) RECYCLE means the product goes through a mechanical process to alterate its form. This is only recommended when reducing and reusing are not possible. RECOVER is to convert waste into resources (such as electricity, heat, compost and fuel) through thermal and biological means. Resource Recovery occurs after reduce, reuse and recycle have been attempted.

 

Green economy

Green economy is an economy that marks in improved human well-being and social equity, while considerably reducing environmental risks and ecological scarcities. It can be seen as a means to achieve a strong economy that provides a better quality of life for all within the ecological limits of the planet. It can be also seen as a means to link the economic, environmental and social contemplations of sustainable development in such a manner that long-term economic development is achieved by investing in environmentally friendly and socially equitable solutions.

 

Recycling business

The waste and recycling industry deals with  a number of opportunities for someone looking to start a small business with a modest level of investment. The base of the idea is very simple: you need to find one or more waste materials that have being discarded but can easily be reused, resold or recycled.

 

Textile recycling

Textile recycling is the procedure of reusing or reclaiming used clothing, fibrous material and clothing scraps from the manufacturing process. Textiles in municipal solid waste are found mainly in rejected clothing, although other sources contain furniture, carpets, tires, footwear, and non-durable goods such as sheets and towels.

 

Organic waste recycling

Recycling  of organic wastes such as crop residues, dung and urine from tamed animals and wastage from slaughter house, human excreta and sewage, organic wastes from fruit and vegetables production and household wastes, sugarcane trash, oilcakes, press mud and fly ash from thermal power plants. Materials that  are not suitable for direct use can be applied by composting and vermicomposting. The ultimate goal of sustainable agriculture is to grow farming system that are productive and profitable, conserve the natural resources base, defend the environment and improve health and safety, and to do so over the long term.

 

Thermal waste recovery

Mechanical exercises have a vast potential for waste reusing. Loss of warmth and cool including low temperature is a vital method for enhanced vitality productivity in industry. Warmth and icy recuperation innovations are instrumental for intra-plant improvement and between plant reconciliation to authorize course utilization of warmth (or frosty) between cross-sectoral plants in mechanical parks and with region warming/cooling systems. Despite its high potential, mechanical waste warmth is as of now underutilized. This might be expected, on one hand, to the particular and monetary challenges in applying regular warmth recovery techniques and then again, the brief or topographical bungle between the vitality discharged and its warmth request. Warm vitality stockpiling is a modernization which can settle the current befuddle by recouping the warm waste and putting away it for a later utilize. In the meantime, there is a lot of second rate and centre review warm energies, for example, sunlight based vitality, geothermal vitality and waste warmth from businesses and power plants, kept unused because of the generally low warm review and long separation to the client destinations. In this manner, creating effective methods to conquer the transportation issues of the second rate and centre review warm finished long separation would contribute essentially to the lessening in vitality utilization.

 

E-wastes recycling

Electronic waste (e-waste) is the waste produced from electrical or electronic devices. Used electronics which are meant for reuse, resale, salvage, recycling or disposal are also considered as e-waste. E-waste is the rejected electronic devices and components as well as substances involved in their production or use. The dumping of electronics is a growing problem because electronic equipment frequently contains harmful substances. The need for e-waste management has been increasing from the past decade.

 

 Chemical waste management

The chemical laboratory workers generate waste which has to be handled according to the instructions. The chemical wastes are collected individually and treated accordingly. Some of the chemicals are recycled whereas others are disposed.

 

Soft Plastic waste recycling

Soft or flexible plastics are any plastics that can be crumpled into a ball or broken by hand. This includes business packaging waste such as shrink wrap bubble wrap or large plastic bags. These plastics do not belong in common waste bin and should be separated at the source for recycling.

 

Nuclear waste management

Nuclear waste is the material that nuclear fuel becomes after it is been used in a reactor. It looks exactly            like the fuel that was loaded into the reactor gatherings of metal rods enclosing stacked-up ceramic pellets.        They require special methods for their management and removal.

 

Biomass and biological waste treatment

Biomass is biological material derived from living or recently living organisms. Biomass for energy is often    used to indicate plant based material, but biomass can equally apply to both animal and vegetable derived material. The treatment of the biomass and biological waste include different techniques. It is either transformed to other useful resources or any form of energy or it is disposed.

 

 

Solid waste management

Solid waste management is one of the major encounters faced by many countries around the globe. Uncontrolled disposal of waste in dumps can lead to severe hazards such as health risks and environmental pollution. Solid waste management is the collection, treatment and disposal of solid materials that are discarded by purpose or which is no longer useful. Wrong disposal of solid waste results in unsanitary conditions which leads to pollution and spreads various infections and diseases.

 

Rubber recycling

Rubber recycling is the process of recycling of rubber products such as vehicle tires, industrial rubber scraps which are no longer suitable for use on vehicles. This is  due to wear or irreparable damages such as punctures and permanent damage. Some features that make waste tires problematic are their cheap availability, bulk and resilience also make them attractive targets for recycling. Nonetheless more than half of used tires are simply burned for their fuel value even in advanced countries like Germany, 55% are estimated to be burnt for fuel. Landfill dumping technique and incineration techniques are not suitable for the rubber recycling due to its high smoke producing nature an also due to the high consuming space on the earth.

 

Waste to energy

Waste-to-energy or energy-from-waste is the process of generating energy in the form of electricity and heat from the main treatment of waste or the processing of waste into a fuel source. Waste to energy is a form of energy recovery.

 

Renewable energies

There are many forms of renewable energy . Most of these renewable energies depend in one way or another on sunlight. Wind and hydroelectric power are the direct result of differential heating of the Earth's surface which leads to air moving about (wind) and precipitation forming as the air is lifted. Solar energy is the direct renovation of sunlight using panels or collectors. Biomass energy is stored sunlight contained in plants. Other renewable energies that do not depend on sunlight are geothermal energy, which is a result of radioactive decay in the crust combined with the original heat of Earth and tidal energy, which is a conversion of gravitational energy.

 

Waste water

Wastewater refers to all effluent from household, commercial establishments and institutions, hospitals,   industries and so on. It also includes storm water and urban runoff agricultural, horticultural and aquaculture     effluent.

 

 Biofuel

Biofuel any fuel that is derived from biomass that is any plant or algae material or animal waste. Since such feedstock material can be refilled readily, biofuel is measured to be a source of renewable energy, unlike fossil fuels such as petroleum, coal, and natural gas. Biofuel is commonly endorsed as a cost-effective and environmentally caring alternative to petroleum and other fossil fuels, particularly within the context of rising petroleum prices and increased concern over the contributions made by fossil fuels to global warming. Many critics express concerns about the scope of the expansion of certain biofuels because of the economic and environmental costs related with the refining process and the potential removal of vast areas of arable land from food production.

 

Science and technology in waste treatment

All the approaches and procedures used in collection, treatment, recycling, and disposal of waste are discussed under this category.Tertiary treatment is a term applied to improving methods used for traditional sewage treatment sequence. Tertiary treatment is increasingly being used in industrialized countries. Then most common technologies are micro filtration or synthetic membranes.