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Follow the recycling and waste streams from industrial business. Roll-off trucks and containers collect materials for recycling. Follow materials through a recycling center as they are separated and prepared for shipment world-wide for reuse.
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A lot has changed at this yard since my last compilation a year ago. Since then, the majority of the older trucks have been either scrapped or sent off to Whitmore Lake. Many newer Mack MRUs have been brought in from other yards, along with a handful of CNG Autocar FLs. This also marks an unfortunate point in the yard, as Rizzo begins servicing Dearborn Heights on November 1st. However, to compensate for the loss, Waste Management has closed the Whitmore Lake yard and has begun the process of moving all the trucks over. This will prevent any lay-offs from Dearborn Heights. In this compilation, you'll get to see a bit of the Residential Launch, along with a brief overview of most of the trucks in the fleet. I'd like to extend my thanks to all the managers: Kevin, Jason, Steve, and ...
Mobsters took over when the city couldn't manage the growing population's garbage, and until an undercover cop took them down, they ruled the trash industry through violence and intimidation.
Leftovers from the fish industry might become a valuable raw material in the future. A German company has developed a system for recycling shrimp shells and other fish waste to create oils for the food production industry. Read more: http://www.dw.de/program/tomorrow-today/s-3062-9798
210 Million Tons is about the excessive garbage the United States is creating and ways we can reduce, reuse, and recycle. This documentary features interviews with a director of solid waste at a landfill, dumpster divers, local authorities, a microbiologist, and several others on this issue. This documentary was made with another production party Be Reel Pictures for a documentary filmmaking class at Colorado State University. There were two cameras in use, my XL2 and the Journalism Department's Panasonic which is why the video is split between wide screen and 4:3. The project went really well and the interviewees were an absolute blast to work with. Check out more videos, behind the scenes, short film reviews, and other great content here, http://www.mayedastudios.com
SWEDEN RUBBISH SOURCE: AP TELEVISION RESTRICTIONS: HORIZONS CLIENTS AND AP LIFESTYLE, HEALTH AND TECHNOLOGY CLIENTS ONLY LENGTH: 5.59 Stockholm - 15 November 2012 1. Mid of crane lifting rubbish at Hogdalen waste-to-energy incinerator plant in Stockholm 2. Close of rubbish being disposed of at waste incinerator plant temporary tip 3. Mid of rubbish falling out of chute 4. Close of crane emptying rubbish in waste large oven 5. Tracking shot of employees walking through plant 6. Employee opening hole to show rubbish burning 7. Mid of rubbish burning 8. Close of rubbish burning 9. Wide exterior of Hogdalen waste incinerator plant 10. Close of smoke coming out of chimney Stockholm - 14 November 2012 11. Tracking shot of David Nilsson, a 32-year-old Stockholm resident, recycli...
The basics of sustainable waste management in animated form, produced for the Östergötland County Council in Sweden, for the "Waste To Energy" EU project. Concept, script, design and art direction by Dedicate, animation by Jonas Porsgaard of SAPP (sapp.se).
Composting Process Separated Organic Material is fed to digesters, each having a capacity of 20 metric tons of organic waste. Liquid and solid matter is separated by the Industrial Stomach in 2 -- 3 hours. This separation process produces pure organic compost with all gases contained. The Organic Compost is then dried with the steam from the plastic separation process and then transported to a mixing tank where elements are added to produce Organic Fertilizer. Automatic Sorting of metal, plastic, fiber, glass and organic material. See www.ferysco.com for more information.
The Hampshire waste industry is calling for more investment in recycling technology to help reduce what we send to landfill. They also want to increase the amount of waste materials that can be reused in the UK, rather than being sent abroad. Solent News Now went to find out more.
The rise of robots will disrupt the waste management and recycling industry in unimaginable ways. Waste collection, recycling, sorting and treatment facilities as well as traditional sanitary landfill operations will be transformed. However, the risk for a jobless future in waste management and recycling is more than serious. Is there a way to utilise the benefits of exponential technologies without destroying the lives of million workers? This is the challenge of the near future