THE BIOGAS SECTOR

Changing the future of industry means thinking differently.

SPONTANEOUS FIRES IN COMPOSTING

ARTICLE BY BIOCYCLE

Fires at composting and mulching facilities happen frequently. A minor fire threatens to attract public inquiry about the risks and nuisances of mulching or composting activities...

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CARBON EMISSION REDUCTION POTENTIALS - TOMRA

ARTICLE BY RECYCLING TODAY

Recycling technology and equipment provider Tomra says it has worked with United Kingdom-based consultancy Eunomia on a study that has identified the potential for a globally “optimized” waste management and recycling system that could reduce the output of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by 2.76 billion metric tons annually...

MODULAR SOLUTIONS FOR CARBON CAPTURE

ARTICLE BY CARBON CURVE

Three ways Modularity can help scale up carbon Removal. How applying this powerful concept can help us rise to the massive climate challenge in front of us. Despite growing recognition that removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere is necessary to meet global climate goals... 

HOW DO WE MEASURE SUCCE

Our Goals Align with those of the United Nations Assembly for the Year 2030

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) or Global Goals are a collection of 17 interlinked global goals designed to be a "blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all.

These goals include:

  • No Poverty

  • Zero Hunger

  • Good Health & Well-Being

  • Quality Education

  • Gender Equality

  • Clean Water & Sanitation

  • Affordable & Clean Energy

  • Decent Work & Economic Growth

  • Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure

  • Reducing Inequality

  • Sustainable Cities & Communities

  • Responsible Consumption & Production

  • Climate Action

  • Life Below Water

  • Life on Land

  • Peace, Justice & Strong Institutions

  • Partnerships for the Goals

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Interesting Facts

60%

OF THE TOTAL GLOBAL GREEN HOUSE GAS EMISSIONS ARE CONTRIBUTED TO ENERGY SYSTEMS

€ 15B

HAVE BEEN ALLOCATED IN THE EU ALONE TOWARDS CIRCULAR ECONOMIES

2.2 BILLION

TONNES OF TOTAL ANNUAL WASTE COME FROM 

ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES

500

GLOBAL COMPANIES HAVE ADOPTED CIRCULAR STRATEGIES AND THE NUMBER KEEPS GROWING