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What’s the future of waste-to-energy facility in the Philippines?

MANY INVESTORS ARE BECOMING MORE INTERESTED IN INVESTING IN WASTE-TO-ENERGY (WTE)  FACILITY, AFTER THE DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY (DOE) APPROVED THE COUNTRY’S FIRST WTE FACILITY LAST YEAR IN PALAWAN. Several planned WTE facility projects followed such as the planned WTE facility in Cebu that is being eyed by a Chinese firm; the WTE facility at the […]

Why palm oil biofuel simply cannot replace fossil fuel yet in Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 25 — Is a future where our fossil fuel usage is replaced with 100 per cent biofuel made of palm oil possible? While it may look promising given Malaysia’s status as the world number two in palm oil production, it may still an impossible feat to achieve, as explained by the Malaysian […]

Work begins on waste-to-energy plant in HCM City

HCM City (VNA) – Ho Chi Minh City began the construction of a solid waste treatment and recycling factory with capacity able to be raised to meet the demand in Cu Chi district on November 22. The plant, located at the Tay Bac solid waste treatment complex, is invested with nearly 1 trillion VND (42.8 […]

Work starts on 2,000 tonne waste-to-energy plant in HCM City

HCM City (VNA) – The Tam Sinh Nghia Investment Development JSC on October 16 kicked off construction on a waste-to-energy plant with a daily capacity of 2,000 tonnes of waste at the Tay Bac Solid Waste Treatment Complex in Cu Chi district, Ho Chi Minh City. To be built at a cost of 5 trillion VND (216.58 million USD), the […]

Worldwide Holdings allocates RM1b to develop WTE plant in Jeram, Selangor

SHAH ALAM: Worldwide Holdings Bhd, a Selangor state government unit, has set aside RM1 billion for two phase development of waste-to-energy (WTE) facilities on a 15 acre of land in Jeram Sanitary Landfill in the state. The WTE plant will be part of the group’s integrated solid waste management centre (ISWMC), a holistic waste management […]

WTE incinerators to go on, construction under build and operate scheme

The government is identifying sites to build at least one waste-to-energy (WTE) incinerator in every state within the next two years and the construction contract of the facilities will be done through open tenders. Housing and Local Government Minister Zuraida Kamaruddin (picture) said each WTE plant’s land plot will take into account the capacity and […]

Yangon to implement waste-to-energy system with Japan

YANGON- Under Japanese sponsorship ,Myanmar will be carrying out preservation of water waste and to generate energy from rubbish in Yangon, says Yangon Mayor Maung Maung Soe at the press conference held in Yangon City Hall yesterday.

Yes, you can power your phone with food scraps

When diners at the National University of Singapore’s Raffles Hall toss out their food scraps, they join the vanguard of environmental sustainability. By composting unwanted food, the students take the first step to generate power that will eventually charge their cell phones. Confused? Here’s how the energy is created: The Raffles Hall discarded food scraps […]

Young inventors create device that converts noise to electricity

The Sound – Light or “S-Light” was created by “Team Voltage 5” composed of Grade 11 students Kirsten Dianne Delmo, Nico Andrei Serrato, Joecile Faith Monana, Frelean Faith Engallado, and Raphael Francis Dequilla. While electricity is normally used to power up speakers, this invention reverses that process and uses sound and converts it to electricity. […]

Zero-waste masterplan launched in Nee Soon East

For the first time in Singapore, a district is launching its own zero-waste masterplan, with a concrete timeline for eliminating or drastically reducing the use of products such as plastic straws. Announced by Nee Soon GRC MP Louis Ng on Saturday, the masterplan in Nee Soon East spans two years, with a focus on several […]