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Posted on Jun 20 2014 - 11:26am by Sustainable News
Comments Off on Shanks’ Organics Division renews long term organic waste contract

Orgaworld, part of Shanks’ Organics Division, has renewed a long term contract with five municipalities in the Netherlands to convert organic waste into green electricity and compost. Under the contract, Shanks will continue to treat the organic waste at their Lelystad dry anaerobic digestion (‘AD) facility for the five municipalities in Flevoland, comprising: Dronten Flevoland, Lelystad, Noordoostpolder,...

Posted on Jun 19 2014 - 2:51pm by Sustainable News
Comments Off on Prairies of the sea are globally under threat; their importance to humanity needs to be recognised

Seagrass meadows are a globally important resource that is being threatened by a whole series of issues ranging from climate change and major weather events to poor water quality and coastal development. A series of publications led by researchers at Swansea University highlights the critical stressors and drivers of change in seagrass meadows globally, and examines the consequences of habitat loss...

Posted on Jun 17 2014 - 8:26pm by Sustainable News
Comments Off on TOSHIBA LAUNCHES THREE HIGH SPEED A3 COLOUR SYSTEMS

Toshiba TEC UK Imaging Systems has announced the launch of the e-STUDO6570c series. The three new models – e-STUDIO5560c, e-STUDIO6560c and e-STUDIO6570c – all offer state-of-the-art technology for advanced document processing and workflow optimisation. Besides providing print, scan, copy and optional fax functionality the systems also support automated processing, archiving and storage of documents within a network. With print speeds between 55 ppm and 75 ppm and a paper capacity of up to 6,000 sheets these systems are capable of...