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Air & Environment Management

Existing power plants will emit 300 billion tons of carbon dioxide, says study
By CTBR Staff Writer
A new study from two US universities has found that existing power plants across the globe will emit over 300 billion tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere in their lifetimes.
Enviro-Care > Air & Environment Management > News
UK’s electricity market reform proposals pass into law
By CTBR Staff Writer
The UK Government’s electricity market reform (EMR) proposals, designed to attract investment in low carbon energy, have been passed into law.
Enviro-Care > Air & Environment Management > News

Recycling & Waste Management

Bluesphere signs LOI to buy seven Italian waste-to-energy facilities
By CTBR Staff Writer
Clean energy firm Bluesphere has signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) to acquire seven waste-to-energy facilities in Italy.
Enviro-Care > Recycling & Waste Management > News
Cardia secures new waste management products supply orders in China
By CTBR Staff Writer
Nanjing Jianye district in China has extended its supply contract for Cardia Bioplastics’ waste management products.
Enviro-Care > Recycling & Waste Management > News

Waste & Waste Water Management

Thames Water secures approval to build London's super sewer
By CTBR Staff Writer
Thames Water has secured approval from the UK government to start building London's 'super sewer', which will tackle the sewage pollution in to the tidal River Thames.
Enviro-Care > Waste & Waste Water Management > News
United Water wins contract to manage Nassau County’s wastewater plants
By CTBR Staff Writer
Suez Environnement subsidiary United Water has signed a 20-year contract to operate and manage Nassau County’s wastewater treatment plants, pumping stations and sewers for about $1.2bn.
Enviro-Care > Waste & Waste Water Management > News