As read on Mashable in the UK, in North East England 15,000 MT tires burnt. While fire could be killed easy by FoamFatale.
In the Western world the baby poo became a large problem as we aren't wash it down or wash it off the diapers, but we collect them in a plastic bag (don't forget that you keep your baby in their waste [poo and pee] for hours) which doesn't let the moisture out, so they are rotten and stinky.
Yes, $9 billion could be given to the US economy alone by using trash as an energy resource.
Imagine the world where there are countries with much bigger waste problems, like Naples, Italy in 2008 and 2011 (see picture).
Ostia Antica was established in the 7th century BC. In Ostia Antica there was a Latrina.
But why do I write about this? NTU from Singapore created a new No-Mix Vacuum Toilet.
The Prince of Wales, supermarket retailer Sainsbury and financier Jacob Rothschild are among investors backing an energy-from-waste enterprise with more than £65 million.
EU waste rules could create half million jobs, says Kurt Vandenberghe, European Commission head of cabinet for environment
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If European Union countries implemented existing waste-management regulations, they could create some 400,000 jobs and save diminishing resources, a senior Commission environment official said.
Speaking at the European Business Summit, Kurt Vandenberghe, the head of cabinet for Environment Commissioner Janez Potočnik, said it was the job of the Commission to make clear the links between waste management and macroeconomics, calling for a phasing out of environmental subsidies.
The call from Vandenberghe is part of a number from European Commission chiefs who claimed that carrying out existing environmental legislation will help Europe exit its economic doldrums by cutting down on energy or natural resource use.
“Business is saying we’re in crisis because of too much green tape [environmental regulation] will not help. If we’re in a crisis it is not because there was too much but too little, not in environmental legislation but in the financial markets,” he said - as EurActive.com writes.
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