France orders fast food chains to quickly sort their waste

By |junij 3rd, 2019|bio-waste, chains, fast food, food waste, France, News, plastics, plastique, recycling|

Fifteen fast food chains are being ordered by France's Ecological Transition ministry to sort their waste in at least 70% of their restaurants by the end of 2019. This has been a legal obligation since 1 July 2016. EURACTIV's partner le Journal de l'En...

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Bioeconomy, a smarter way of using agricultural resources

By |april 26th, 2019|bio-based sector, bio-waste, bioeconomy, green jobs, Horizon 2020, Horizon Europe, News|

Giving biological resources such as residues and waste a second life means also making money out of the closing of the production circle. Bioeconomy promotes a smarter way of using and also conceiving these resources.

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Bioeconomy, a smarter way of using agricultural resources

By |april 26th, 2019|bio-based sector, bio-waste, bioeconomy, green jobs, Horizon 2020, Horizon Europe, News|

Giving biological resources such as residues and waste a second life means also making money out of the closing of the production circle. Bioeconomy promotes a smarter way of using and also conceiving these resources.

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Gas lobby chief: ‘In 2050, 76% of gas could be renewable’

By |september 25th, 2017|bio-waste, biogas, biomethane, biowaste, circular economy, Eurogas, hydrogen, Municipal waste, natural gas, News, power to gas, Waste and recycling, waste to energy|

The excess wind and solar electricity generated at times of oversupply could be used more systematically to produce synthetic gas, providing a convenient way of storing renewable energy that would otherwise be lost. The potential is huge, and can be used to heat homes during winter, argues Beate Raabe.

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