• Waste Management and Recycling

    This clip shows how household trash are recycled and processed. More info can be found @ www.wm.com Please subscribe to http://www.youtube.com/user/ScienceChannel Copyright belongs to Discovery Communications LLC. Please support Cable TV and subscribe to the Science channels.

    published: 13 Feb 2010
  • Introduction To Waste | Environmental Science | EVS | LetsTute

    The above video gives you a detailed explanation about Waste : Session Covers : 1. What is waste? its definition 2. The Steps involved in waste management - Collection - Segregation - Transportation - Treatment - Disposal 3. What are the various sources of waste? - Domestic waste, - Industrial waste, - Bio-medical waste, - Agricultural waste, - Animal waste, - Mineral waste, - Nuclear Waste 4. Various ways of waste classification - According to the form - Basis of moisture content - Basis of their property - According to their effect on environment 5. Importance of waste management and the health hazard associated with improper waste management. Buy the entire course on Waste Management which includes Video Lectures, Assessment tools and Quiz Videos from https://goo.gl/uW...

    published: 02 Jun 2016
  • Industrial Waste & Recycling

    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.

    published: 14 Aug 2012
  • Industrial Waste Disposal Methods -- Leaders at Sherbrooke OEM

    Industrial waste disposal methods - Trust Sherbrooke OEM, a leading manufacturer of recycling equipment. With experience in various sectors, such as wood, pulp and paper, mines and quarries, waste management, and waste sorting technology and recycling centers, Sherbrooke OEM has the expertise to meet customer needs. Proven work methods and the latest manufacturing technology allow us Sherbrooke OEM to supply robust and precise equipment for all types of work environments. Sherbrooke OEM fulfills mandates in retail and design engineering, operational analyses for recycling plants, detailed design of handling and conditioning equipment, electrical design (instruments and controls) for plants and integrated systems, plant equipment installations, start-up assistance, etc. Customer satisfa...

    published: 16 Aug 2012
  • ISRAEL Technology - Institute of Biogas, Waste Management and Energy

    Thanks for watching Israel Agriculture Technology Israel Agriculture technologies - Farm Industry News Click Here: https://goo.gl/UePbMG Subscribe to watch more: https://goo.gl/8Uzhjj women and Monkey climbing Coconut tree - Best Coconut tree climbing machine: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=slNTzj8FrFI Greenhouse commercial Nature - Agritech in Future Fresh Farms and Tasty Tom tomatoes: https://youtu.be/B5Kcc_7PE2I High-tech agriculture ISRAEL AGRICULTURAL TECHNOLOGY Super tomato yield - How to String Sucker Tomato Plants: https://youtu.be/4SlPAY3Ks1U https://youtu.be/MBfWdQfY3xI Hydroponics Greenhouse Tomato Farming : https://youtu.be/wOBNahlJffw More more information about the development of modern agriculture in Israel - International Training in Agriculture at the Hebrew Univ...

    published: 30 Dec 2016
  • Waste Management: Detroit West

    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 ...

    published: 30 Oct 2016
  • Caterpillar Waste Industry Safety Video

    This comprehensive video covers safety in landfill and transfer-station operations. Learn more at http://www.cat.com/en_US/products/new/by-industry/waste.html

    published: 30 Aug 2012
  • MSW - Waste Management plant

    Innovative Eco-Care Pvt. Ltd has developed the technology to process Municipal Solid Waste and recover 5 types of resources from it. (RDF, Biomass, Compost, Recyclables, Stones and Sand) The objective is to adopt zero waste concept and send minimum inert to landfills.

    published: 18 Dec 2014
  • Sweden imports rubbish to fuel waste industry

    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...

    published: 31 Jul 2015
  • The rise of robots in waste management and recycling

    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

    published: 30 Mar 2016
  • Hazardous Waste Management Safety Video

    Guidelines for management and disposal of chemical waste on campus

    published: 21 Oct 2009
  • BMW Waste Management

    BMW Waste Management Subscribe Automobile service workshops produce quantities of material that simply can’t be dumped as regular garbage. Unlike households, businesses in Germany are obliged by law to dispose of their waste in an environmentally sound manner and to prove that they have done so. The BMW Group supports its dealers in doing so and has certain types of scrap and waste materials collected free of charge from the German BMW and MINI service workshops and taken to suitable processing plants. The purpose of this Dealer Workshop Waste Management program is to ensure that materials and used parts occurring at BMW and MINI service workshops are disposed of legally, cost-effectively and with respect for the environment. BMW and MINI dealer / service workshop, external shots. BMW ...

    published: 27 Oct 2015
  • Waste Management Facility - Waste to Organic Fertilizer in 8 HOURS

    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.

    published: 02 Feb 2014
  • Liebherr- The new LH Material Handlers for Waste Management

    Liebherr material handlers are especially designed for recycling operations. Whether loading or unloading HGVs, shredder conveyors or sorting out different types of waste, Liebherr material handlers are the perfect equipment for these tasks. The new design and it´s advance engine technology are an integrated part of the new generation of the LH material handlers.

    published: 03 Jun 2016
  • Bio Waste Management

    Fruit & vegetable waste can be used as Fermented Edible products, Animal Feed, Ethanol, Production of Bio-gas and producing Electricity by Bio - Methanization Plant, Compost making, etc...

    published: 22 Mar 2008
  • Solid waste management: industrial waste-part-1: types of industrial waste (ENV)

    published: 06 Feb 2016
  • Waste Management Australia

    published: 22 Nov 2011
  • IL&FS: Construction and Demolition Waste Management Facility, Burari

    As Delhi grows, the infrastructure projects like construction of roads, flyovers, metro routes generate large quantities of Construction & Demolition (C&D) waste. This increases further due to the vertical growth in the residential. The city of Delhi itself generates 4000 to 5000 Tons Per Day (TPD) of C&D waste. The unsegregated municipal waste (often mixed with the C&D waste) gets finally dumped to the various dumpsites of the cities, low lying land for a price, in public land or along the roads, ridge areas(which are city’s green lung)or river banks in an unauthorized manner. Such dumping strewn across the city chokes surface drains, disrupts traffic, pollutes water and is an eyesore on the urban landscape. It has been also reported that the dust from construction activities contributes ...

    published: 07 Jul 2015
  • 1950s TRASH COLLECTION & WASTE MANAGEMENT VINTAGE FILM by CATERPILLAR INC. 52404

    “A Community Problem” is a rarely seen 1950s-era film by Caterpillar Inc. covering the sanitation industry. In an era before Americans produced anywhere near as much trash as today and when the word recycling was not widely used, this film seems slightly innocent, but it presents the problems of waste management with a great deal of clarity and even shows recycling in action. We watch as African American garbagemen empty trash cans into the back of a garbage truck and taken to a dump (mark 00:55), used as feed for hogs, or incinerated. Some trash is shown taken to a landfill or being eliminated via a garbage disposal (mark 01:15). How where it is disposed of, we are told, is a community problem. Amid scenes of feeding troughs, incinerators, and open dumps, the narrators details the pluses...

    published: 24 Feb 2017
  • SA's waste industry fraught with challenges

    Waste management is impacted by the packaging industry because products are made of various types of materials to protect foods and therefore can't be recycled, says Eco Smart founder Lisa Kuhle. Read full story: http://www.fin24.com/Entrepreneurs/Profiles/STUDIO-Waste-a-huge-money-job-spinner-20140423-3

    published: 11 Mar 2014
  • Segregation of Garbage - Waste Management | Mocomi Kids

    http://mocomi.com/ presents : Segregation of Waste Garbage - How to do Waste Management at home? Garbage pollution is a HUGE global problem. We produce so many products and throw out so much every day that garbage and waste disposal is turning into a major ecological nightmare. Garbage pollution consists of many things. Certain items are not biodegradable (they do not decompose easily ie Plastics) but can be reused or recycled. In fact, it is believed that a large portion of the garbage we create can be recycled. Some can be converted to compost, a large portion can be recycled while a small portion could be considered non recyclable and put into a land fill. Garbage is classified into four categories 1. Waste: This should be disposed of separately. eg- Dry and Wet 2. Toxic Wastes:...

    published: 05 Jun 2013
  • Waste management: India's need of the hour

    Approximately 36.5 million tonnes of waste is generated annually. But where does it go? In this episode we trace the journey of waste and how challenging it is for the sanitary workers to manage the waste in our country. Watch full video: http://www.ndtv.com/video/shows/banega-swachh-india/waste-management-india-s-need-of-the-hour-427342?yt Download the NDTV news app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.july.ndtv&referrer=utm_source%3Dyoutubecards%26utm_medium%3Dcpc%26utm_campaign%3Dyoutube

    published: 14 Aug 2016
  • Hallco Live Floors for the Waste Industry

    Hallco Live Floors for the Waste Industry

    published: 10 Mar 2011
  • Waste Management for the Auto Industry

    This webinar, part of the 2013 Businesses Preventing Pollution Webinar Series, discussed different types of automotive waste and how to dispose of them. It was originally presented in October 2013 by Wendy Grethen.

    published: 31 Oct 2013
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Waste Management and Recycling

Waste Management and Recycling

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This clip shows how household trash are recycled and processed. More info can be found @ www.wm.com Please subscribe to http://www.youtube.com/user/ScienceChannel Copyright belongs to Discovery Communications LLC. Please support Cable TV and subscribe to the Science channels.
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Introduction To Waste | Environmental Science | EVS | LetsTute

Introduction To Waste | Environmental Science | EVS | LetsTute

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The above video gives you a detailed explanation about Waste : Session Covers : 1. What is waste? its definition 2. The Steps involved in waste management - Collection - Segregation - Transportation - Treatment - Disposal 3. What are the various sources of waste? - Domestic waste, - Industrial waste, - Bio-medical waste, - Agricultural waste, - Animal waste, - Mineral waste, - Nuclear Waste 4. Various ways of waste classification - According to the form - Basis of moisture content - Basis of their property - According to their effect on environment 5. Importance of waste management and the health hazard associated with improper waste management. Buy the entire course on Waste Management which includes Video Lectures, Assessment tools and Quiz Videos from https://goo.gl/uW4wJB Also you may buy DVD on Waste Management from https://goo.gl/e2RtUQ To Get Regular Content Updates- Subscribe Us For More Updates: Link : https://goo.gl/bfusQt Website : http://letstute.com/ To Get Regular Content Updates- Like Us On Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/letstutepage Follow Us On Twitter : https://twitter.com/lets_tute Add Us On Google+ for updates on our upcoming Videos https://plus.google.com/+Letstute Email us @ info@letstute.co.in WhatsApp your Queries on +91 7506363600 Visit our other channels LetsTute Cbse Math https://goo.gl/Q5xVCN LetsTute Accountancy http://bit.ly/1VvIMWD Values to Lead (Value Education) http://bit.ly/1poLX8j
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Industrial Waste & Recycling

Industrial Waste & Recycling

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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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Industrial Waste Disposal Methods -- Leaders at Sherbrooke OEM

Industrial Waste Disposal Methods -- Leaders at Sherbrooke OEM

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Industrial waste disposal methods - Trust Sherbrooke OEM, a leading manufacturer of recycling equipment. With experience in various sectors, such as wood, pulp and paper, mines and quarries, waste management, and waste sorting technology and recycling centers, Sherbrooke OEM has the expertise to meet customer needs. Proven work methods and the latest manufacturing technology allow us Sherbrooke OEM to supply robust and precise equipment for all types of work environments. Sherbrooke OEM fulfills mandates in retail and design engineering, operational analyses for recycling plants, detailed design of handling and conditioning equipment, electrical design (instruments and controls) for plants and integrated systems, plant equipment installations, start-up assistance, etc. Customer satisfaction is a priority at Sherbrooke OEM. Clients' involvement throughout the process means they can participate in the accomplishment of their project and better understand the various steps in implementation. Sherbrooke O.E.M. Ltd 262 rue Pépin, Sherbrooke Québec, Canada J1L 2V8 Tel: 819.563.7374 www.sherbrooke-oem.com
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ISRAEL Technology - Institute of Biogas, Waste Management and Energy

ISRAEL Technology - Institute of Biogas, Waste Management and Energy

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Thanks for watching Israel Agriculture Technology Israel Agriculture technologies - Farm Industry News Click Here: https://goo.gl/UePbMG Subscribe to watch more: https://goo.gl/8Uzhjj women and Monkey climbing Coconut tree - Best Coconut tree climbing machine: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=slNTzj8FrFI Greenhouse commercial Nature - Agritech in Future Fresh Farms and Tasty Tom tomatoes: https://youtu.be/B5Kcc_7PE2I High-tech agriculture ISRAEL AGRICULTURAL TECHNOLOGY Super tomato yield - How to String Sucker Tomato Plants: https://youtu.be/4SlPAY3Ks1U https://youtu.be/MBfWdQfY3xI Hydroponics Greenhouse Tomato Farming : https://youtu.be/wOBNahlJffw More more information about the development of modern agriculture in Israel - International Training in Agriculture at the Hebrew University ( The International School of Agricultural Sciences): The Hebrew University: http://www.agri.huji.ac.il/english/ The Ramat Negev International Center for Agricultural Training: https://www.facebook.com/The-Ramat-Negev-International-Center-for-Agricultural-Training-133239256755872/ http://www.rn-tp.com/ The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, founded in 1918 and opened officially in 1925, is Israel’s premier university as well as its leading research institution. The Hebrew University is ranked internationally among the 100 leading universities in the world and first among Israeli universities. Learn the most efficient harvesting methods by using the newest and most up-to-date agricultural machinery and technology in our custom harvesting,business law school, online colleges,field, education online,aquaponic.... In the Middle East, many rural communities suffer from a lack of municipal services such as waste management and energy provision. Without access to such services, off-grid communities struggle to find a sustainable energy source and to properly dispose of their animal waste. The Arava Institute for Environmental Studies is using biogas technology to help address these needs in underserved communities in Israel’s Bedouin Community, Palestine, and Jordan. Creative Commons (CC) licensed by http://www.arava.org
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Waste Management: Detroit West

Waste Management: Detroit West

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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 Keith, for allowing me to film these videos as well as just being great guys. They have an excellent operation, and have shaped this yard to be the best in the region and one of the best in the nation. Furthermore, I can't go without giving credit to the drivers/loaders. Some of the coolest guys there are, and I hope to work alongside them after a few years. Without further ado, please enjoy everything that I've put together! Please like, comment, and subscribe for more! -------------------- For those of you who are not familiar with my channel, I am interested in the refuse industry, and I travel to many cities in the Metro Detroit area of Michigan to photograph many different forms of refuse collection equipment. Find garbageproductions1 on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/pages/Garbageproductions1/142947862566655?ref=bookmarks Follow me on Flickr! https://www.flickr.com/photos/127021354@N07/ --Please DO NOT use my videos against the drivers/ crews. These videos are for entertainment purposes ONLY, and are NOT made to get the drivers in trouble. If there are issues surrounding the drivers/crews featured in my videos, that is something that should be addressed using the management's resources, not mine.-- Tags: Truck Garbage Refuse Trash heil multitask Python Amrep rear loader side loader McNeilus loadmaster midwestern sanitation Waste management Republic waste Allied waste mack Le Leu Asl RL Recycle Recycle america Recycling Recycle truck Recycling truck Collection Detroit Sanitation Solid waste DuraPack Freightliner Sterling Autocar Xpeditor Ccc
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Caterpillar Waste Industry Safety Video

Caterpillar Waste Industry Safety Video

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This comprehensive video covers safety in landfill and transfer-station operations. Learn more at http://www.cat.com/en_US/products/new/by-industry/waste.html
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MSW - Waste Management plant

MSW - Waste Management plant

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Innovative Eco-Care Pvt. Ltd has developed the technology to process Municipal Solid Waste and recover 5 types of resources from it. (RDF, Biomass, Compost, Recyclables, Stones and Sand) The objective is to adopt zero waste concept and send minimum inert to landfills.
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Sweden imports rubbish to fuel waste industry

Sweden imports rubbish to fuel waste industry

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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, recycling newspapers 12. Nilsson recycling bottles and cans 13. Pan of recycling bins 14. SOUNDBITE: (Swedish), David Nilsson, 32-year-old Stockholm resident "Newspapers, carton, plastics, metal, coloured glass and clear glass. I do the first part of the sorting here and then I do the final sorting at the recycling station." Stockholm - 15 November 2012 15. Mid of van empting rubbish into chute at Hogdalen waste incinerator plant 16. Close of van emptying rubbish 17. Mid of van driving away 18. Set-up shot of Swedish Environmental Protection agency advisor, Catarina Ostlund 19. SOUNDBITE; (Swedish), Catarina Ostlund, Swedish Environmental Protection agency advisor "Many countries do not have any incinerators and they have no proper system to recycle materials. Instead they dispose the rubbish on landfills. In Europe alone we dispose around 140-million tons of household waste each year. That is enough to cover the entire country of Switzerland with a 10-centimetre layer of rubbish. It is better if we can use some of this waste in our incinerators here because then we get both heating for our houses and electricity out of it." 20. Close of crane emptying load of rubbish in oven 21. Close of rubbish burning 22. Mid of smoke coming out of chimney Stockholm - 14 November 2012 23. Pan of Greenpeace logo 24. Mid of Greenpeace Sweden director Annika Jacobson speaking to colleague 25. SOUNDBITE: (Swedish), Annika Jacobson, Director of Greenpeace Sweden: "This is a huge problem. In general, the best thing would be if the rubbish were taken care of in the country where it originated. Because of there was no option to send it to another country there would be more of an incentive to recycle and reuse the rubbish. Another problem is that this means high emissions of dangerous substances here in Sweden. We know that rubbish burning causes the release of dioxin for example and this is a very dangerous substance." Stockholm - 15 November 2012 26. Crane lifting rubbish 27. Crane emptying rubbish in oven 28. Ake Wikstrom, Sustainability manager at Fortum, the company that runs the at Hogdalen waste incinerator plant, walking through plant 29. SOUNDBITE: (Swedish), Ake Wikstrom, Sustainability manager at Fortum, the company that runs the at Hogdalen waste incinerator plant: "The absolute worst thing you can do for the environment is to leave the waste in a tip because then greenhouse gases are formed, heavy metals seep in to the groundwater and so on. That is why we have practically stopped disposing waste on landfills here in Sweden. This has been possible because of the incinerator plants. These plants are today extremely environmentally friendly, there are several layers of purification which means that we in principle remove all heavy metals and make sure they never make it out to the environment." 30. Mid of smoke 31. Mid of crane lifting rubbish 32. Close of crane lifting rubbish 33. Wide exterior of plant 35. Exterior of plant LEAD IN You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/41462726700d1dc407d4a4809f3b50f1 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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The rise of robots in waste management and recycling

The rise of robots in waste management and recycling

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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
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Hazardous Waste Management Safety Video

Hazardous Waste Management Safety Video

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Guidelines for management and disposal of chemical waste on campus
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BMW Waste Management

BMW Waste Management

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BMW Waste Management Subscribe Automobile service workshops produce quantities of material that simply can’t be dumped as regular garbage. Unlike households, businesses in Germany are obliged by law to dispose of their waste in an environmentally sound manner and to prove that they have done so. The BMW Group supports its dealers in doing so and has certain types of scrap and waste materials collected free of charge from the German BMW and MINI service workshops and taken to suitable processing plants. The purpose of this Dealer Workshop Waste Management program is to ensure that materials and used parts occurring at BMW and MINI service workshops are disposed of legally, cost-effectively and with respect for the environment. BMW and MINI dealer / service workshop, external shots. BMW service entrance: customer walks to the reception and delivers his car for service. General shots of BMW service workshop. Removal of a damaged bumper. Damaged bumpers are placed into a container for transport to a reprocessing plant. recycling of bumpers see: 2006/68-13. Removal of a faulty battery in a BMW service workshop. Special transport container with old batteries. Removal of a worn brake disc. Collection bins for various kinds of waste in a BMW service workshop. Wheel with a used tyre is removed from car. Oil change on a 7 Series BMW. Waste oil is poured into collection container. Removal of the used oil filter. Filter is thrown into a special collection and transport bin. Change of brake fluid. Used brake fluid is filled into barrel. Used engine coolant is filled into barrel. Removal of a broken windscreen. WIndscreen is placed into transport container. recycling of laminated glass, see: 2006/68-11. Skeleton containers with different kinds of workshop waste, ready for collection. Service workshop employee of a BMW dealer on the computer, checking recycling certificates and waste management audit information on-line. CCR truck enters the premises of a BMW dealer, waste containers are loaded. CCR Germany AG is the company responsible for the BMW Group’s dealer workshop waste management program on the German market. CCR is a Munich-based logistics company specializing in waste management. CCR provides separate collection and transport containers for the various waste materials for the dealers. When the containers are full, the dealer arranges for them to be collected. The containers are then picked up within 5 working days. CCR Center: workshop collection and transport containers are unloaded from the truck. 25 regional CCR Centers throughout Germany are responsible for making containers available, collecting them when full and handling the waste. Materials are held at the centers, prepared initially and then sent on to certified specialist reprocessing plants. Oil filter recycling: The filter elements are shredded and the waste oil clinging to the metal is separated from it centrifugally. The oil recovered in this way is sent to a refinery where new lubricants are produced. The metal goes off to a steelworks for processing. Recycling of oil cans: used oil cans are shredded, cleaned and used to produce recycled plastics.
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Waste Management Facility - Waste to Organic Fertilizer in 8 HOURS

Waste Management Facility - Waste to Organic Fertilizer in 8 HOURS

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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.
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Liebherr- The new LH Material Handlers for Waste Management

Liebherr- The new LH Material Handlers for Waste Management

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  • Updated: 03 Jun 2016
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Liebherr material handlers are especially designed for recycling operations. Whether loading or unloading HGVs, shredder conveyors or sorting out different types of waste, Liebherr material handlers are the perfect equipment for these tasks. The new design and it´s advance engine technology are an integrated part of the new generation of the LH material handlers.
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Bio Waste Management

Bio Waste Management

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Fruit & vegetable waste can be used as Fermented Edible products, Animal Feed, Ethanol, Production of Bio-gas and producing Electricity by Bio - Methanization Plant, Compost making, etc...
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Solid waste management: industrial waste-part-1: types of industrial waste (ENV)

Solid waste management: industrial waste-part-1: types of industrial waste (ENV)

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Waste Management Australia

Waste Management Australia

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IL&FS: Construction and Demolition Waste Management Facility, Burari

IL&FS: Construction and Demolition Waste Management Facility, Burari

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  • Updated: 07 Jul 2015
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As Delhi grows, the infrastructure projects like construction of roads, flyovers, metro routes generate large quantities of Construction & Demolition (C&D) waste. This increases further due to the vertical growth in the residential. The city of Delhi itself generates 4000 to 5000 Tons Per Day (TPD) of C&D waste. The unsegregated municipal waste (often mixed with the C&D waste) gets finally dumped to the various dumpsites of the cities, low lying land for a price, in public land or along the roads, ridge areas(which are city’s green lung)or river banks in an unauthorized manner. Such dumping strewn across the city chokes surface drains, disrupts traffic, pollutes water and is an eyesore on the urban landscape. It has been also reported that the dust from construction activities contributes to Particulate Matter. Combined with burning of waste and road dust, C&D waste contributes to over 20% of air pollution in Delhi. Recycling of C&D waste is likely to ease this pressure by reuse of a major portion of the waste generated.In this context, an initiative by North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NMC) with IL&FS Environment is a ray of hope shining through the blinding construction debris in the Nation’s Capital. This unique project at Burari (Jahangirpuri) is based on a Public Private Partnership (PPP) framework. It is India’s first large scale operational C&D recycling facility. The plant is compliant with MSW, 2000 Rules and was originally set up to manage 500 TPD of C&D waste. Recognizing the pollution abatement capability of the facility, Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) enhanced the project’s capacity to 2000 TPD. Currently, the facility scientifically processes 1200 TPD of C&D waste. The technology for the plant was adapted to suit the C&D waste generated in India. The wet processing technology incorporated at the Burari plant to minimize dust and noise pollution. The facility gets mixed C&D waste from 28 designated points in 3 zones (Karolbagh, Sadar Paharganj & City) of North Corporation. Once ta the plant, the waste is segregated into big concrete pieces, mixed C&D waste as per size and unrecyclable materials like plastic, wood etc. The wsate is crushed, washed and is recycled into aggregates, which is in turn are converted to Ready Mix Concrete (RMC), Cement bricks, hollow bricks, pavement blocks, kerb stones, concrete bricks and manufactured sand. The products have been tested in various laboratories and found to be suitable for usage in various ways. The facility uses recycled water for processing waste. The plant is able to recover and recycle about 95% of incoming C&D waste. The facility has ISO 9001, 14001, 18001 and SA 8000 (i.e; Social Accountability) certifications. The plant has processed more than 15 lakhs tons of C&D waste since its inception in 2009. The waste would otherwise have been dumped illegally in Yamuna and other environmentally sensitive zones. Using of recycled aggregate in this process reduces the consumption of fresh stones and sand, thus conserving our Natural resources and helping in reducing sand mining. Besides helping in reducing water and air pollution, the plant reduces the burden on the landfill/dumping sites of the city and saves precious urban land. More than 25% of the total solid waste generated in India is coming from the construction waste alone(ref. Central Pollution Control Board - CPCB) report). With the rise in air pollution related health (respiratory) problems and judicial interventions, the Urban Local Bodies (ULBs) face enormous pressure. The National Green Tribunal has also issued notices in this regard. In light of these problems, it is vital to have replicable models like the successful C&D waste management project at Burari. The project has provided a paradigm shift from illegal dumping to scientifically processing and recycling of C&D waste. This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of 50, 000+ hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM / SR 1080i High Definition, Alexa, SR, XDCAM and 4K. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Please subscribe to our channel wildfilmsindia on Youtube for a steady stream of videos from across India. Also, visit and enjoy your journey across India at www.clipahoy.com , India's first video-based social networking experience! Reach us at rupindang@gmail.com and admin@wildfilmsindia.com
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1950s TRASH COLLECTION & WASTE MANAGEMENT VINTAGE FILM by CATERPILLAR INC. 52404

1950s TRASH COLLECTION & WASTE MANAGEMENT VINTAGE FILM by CATERPILLAR INC. 52404

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“A Community Problem” is a rarely seen 1950s-era film by Caterpillar Inc. covering the sanitation industry. In an era before Americans produced anywhere near as much trash as today and when the word recycling was not widely used, this film seems slightly innocent, but it presents the problems of waste management with a great deal of clarity and even shows recycling in action. We watch as African American garbagemen empty trash cans into the back of a garbage truck and taken to a dump (mark 00:55), used as feed for hogs, or incinerated. Some trash is shown taken to a landfill or being eliminated via a garbage disposal (mark 01:15). How where it is disposed of, we are told, is a community problem. Amid scenes of feeding troughs, incinerators, and open dumps, the narrators details the pluses and minuses of each method of disposal.Among the negatives cited for dumps — rats, which are shown scurrying about a city dump at mark 03:56 and blamed for carrying a variety of diseases. Perhaps the least objectionable method of trash disposal is a landfill (mark 04:23), as earth-moving equipment are shown digging trenches and later pushing and burying mounds of garbage. The film explains various types of equipment that can used in landfills (including a front-end loader and tractor-bulldozer) and how they are used on a job. The equipment is designed to be used year-round, as equipment is shown completing its tasks in the snow (mark 09:55). The narrator sums up the benefits of landfills beginning at mark 10:58, including collection of garbage and refuge at the same time, allowing disposal sites to be located near populated areas, and reducing the spread of disease and proliferation of rodents. We encourage viewers to add comments and, especially, to provide additional information about our videos by adding a comment! See something interesting? Tell people what it is and what they can see by writing something for example: "01:00:12:00 -- President Roosevelt is seen meeting with Winston Churchill at the Quebec Conference." This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD, 2k and 4k. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com
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SA's waste industry fraught with challenges

SA's waste industry fraught with challenges

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Waste management is impacted by the packaging industry because products are made of various types of materials to protect foods and therefore can't be recycled, says Eco Smart founder Lisa Kuhle. Read full story: http://www.fin24.com/Entrepreneurs/Profiles/STUDIO-Waste-a-huge-money-job-spinner-20140423-3
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Segregation of Garbage - Waste Management | Mocomi Kids

Segregation of Garbage - Waste Management | Mocomi Kids

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http://mocomi.com/ presents : Segregation of Waste Garbage - How to do Waste Management at home? Garbage pollution is a HUGE global problem. We produce so many products and throw out so much every day that garbage and waste disposal is turning into a major ecological nightmare. Garbage pollution consists of many things. Certain items are not biodegradable (they do not decompose easily ie Plastics) but can be reused or recycled. In fact, it is believed that a large portion of the garbage we create can be recycled. Some can be converted to compost, a large portion can be recycled while a small portion could be considered non recyclable and put into a land fill. Garbage is classified into four categories 1. Waste: This should be disposed of separately. eg- Dry and Wet 2. Toxic Wastes: This includes medicines, batteries, dried paint, old bulbs, and dried shoe polish which needs special care when we dispose of them. 3. Wet or organic waste: This consists of leftover foodstuff, vegetable peels, etc., should be put in a compost pit and the compost could be used as manure in the garden. 4. Dry waste: Waste consisting of cans, aluminum foils, plastics, metal, glass, and paper could be recycled. Watch this video to understand why waste or garbage needs to be segregated every time it is put out. To learn more about Segregation of Waste Garbage, read: http://mocomi.com/garbage-pollution/ For more fun learning environment videos and interactive articles, visit: http://mocomi.com/learn/environment/ Follow Mocomi Kids - Top educational website for kids, on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/mocomikids/ on Twitter https://twitter.com/MocomiKids on Pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/mocomikids/ on Google+ https://plus.google.com/+mocomikids/ on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/mocomi-kids
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Waste management: India's need of the hour

Waste management: India's need of the hour

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Approximately 36.5 million tonnes of waste is generated annually. But where does it go? In this episode we trace the journey of waste and how challenging it is for the sanitary workers to manage the waste in our country. Watch full video: http://www.ndtv.com/video/shows/banega-swachh-india/waste-management-india-s-need-of-the-hour-427342?yt Download the NDTV news app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.july.ndtv&referrer=utm_source%3Dyoutubecards%26utm_medium%3Dcpc%26utm_campaign%3Dyoutube
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Hallco Live Floors for the Waste Industry

Hallco Live Floors for the Waste Industry

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Hallco Live Floors for the Waste Industry
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Waste Management for the Auto Industry

Waste Management for the Auto Industry

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  • Updated: 31 Oct 2013
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This webinar, part of the 2013 Businesses Preventing Pollution Webinar Series, discussed different types of automotive waste and how to dispose of them. It was originally presented in October 2013 by Wendy Grethen.
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