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 ‘Outstanding Export’ category.Read Article
Service members with the 372nd Inland Cargo Transportation Company prepare a crate for a sling load operation at Roberts International Airport, Liberia, Dec. 12, 2014.
The mission was to airlift iM-60 Medical incinerators to a new Ebola treatment unit built in support of Operation United Assistance. United Assistance is a Department of Defense operation to provide command and control, logistics, training and engineering support to U.S. Agency for International Development-led efforts to contain the Ebola virus outbreak in West African nations.Read Article
A London waste authority’s ageing incineration facility could be set for a new lease of life if a planned half a billion pound project goes through.
This is Local London is reporting that the North London Waste Authority is set to demolish its current energy plant to make way for a new generator. The authority believes it can recycle half its waste by 2020, and wants to improve the air quality of north London by using the latest technology in its new incinerator.
Clyde Loakes, Chair of NLWA, said: “We want to prevent waste, we want you to recycle it and anything you can’t, we’re going to turn into fuel and use it to heat and power homes.Read Article