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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… (Read more)

Waste-to-energy plant in B.C. to handle disputed garbage from Philippines

VANCOUVER -- About 1,500 tonnes of garbage that is being sent back to Canada from the Philippines will be taken… (Read more)

How will Singapore defuse a 16-year waste timebomb?

Singapore is one of the world’s most efficient, liveable, and prosperous cities. But the tropical city-state is struggling in one… (Read more)

NTU, NEA launch S$40m waste-to-energy research facility

A S$40 million waste-to-energy research facility that converts rubbish collected from the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) campus into electricity and… (Read more)

Two Singaporean students picked as finalists for annual Google Science Fair in the United States

SINGAPORE — Two Singaporean students have made it to the global finals of the Google Science Fair for their project… (Read more)

Transforming trash to energy for heating water at Gardens by the Bay

SINGAPORE - Gardens by the Bay is one step closer towards going zero waste by adopting technology that converts trash… (Read more)

Japan exports waste-to-energy technology to Southeast Asia

Tokyo (VNA) – The Ministry of the Environment of Japan will partner with some localities and businesses in the country… (Read more)

Are waste-to-energy plants bad investments in the Philippines?

Waste burning in the Philippines is prohibited under the country’s Clean Air Act, but this has not stopped private companies… (Read more)

PetChem, Plastic Energy explore possibility of setting up plant to recycle plastics waste

KUALA LUMPUR (June 26): Petronas Chemicals Group Bhd (PetChem), the petrochemical arm of Petroliam Nasional Bhd (Petronas), is collaborating with… (Read more)

Indonesia to auction three waste-to-energy projects this year

The government plans to auction three waste-to-energy projects this year, one in the West Java capital of Bandung and two… (Read more)