Products that we all use every day have a finite lifespan. Even with initiatives to re-use and recycle lots of waste still ends up in landfill sites where the chemicals in these products will decompose and can do extensive environmental harm as they break down.
Plastics are not all biodegradable and there are still millions of plastic bags being manufactured, used and ending up in landfill so the damage is still being done.Read Article
The Solomon Islands Quarantine Sector has bought a new garbage incubator as part of its effort to ontrol aircraft and ship garbage.
Officials from the department including the Director were present during the machine's installation at their Ranadi office.
Speaking to the media yesterday - Quarantine Head of Operation Mr John Pupulu said acquiring the machine was another huge achievement for Soloman Island Quarantine Sector.Read Article
Inciner8, a Southport-based industrial incinerator manufacturer, has been named a British manufacturing champion after scooping a prestigious national business award.
Inciner8, which employs 19 staff, walked away with silver at the EEF/Aldermore Future Manufacturing Awards, held in London last week.Read Article
The North West regional winners of the EEF Future Manufacturing Awards were announced at a Celebration Lunch on 11 February 2015 at the A J Bell Stadium, Manchester.
Hosted by BBC presenter, Wendy Gibson, the event celebrated the very best of British Manufacturing! Inciner8 were proud to receive recognition of their efforts in the âOutstanding Exportâ category.Read Article