Waste

Renewables - August 22

Staff, Energy Bulletin

The Dean of Dung is Back - and Full of Gas!
Bloomberg offers windmill power plan
New York Mayor sees conservation as main path to energy savings
Golden image of corn-based ethanol shows some erosion

archived August 22, 2008
	

Dysfunction - Aug 21

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Thieves loot cemeteries for metal
Sending waste to China saves carbon emissions
The impact of continued population growth
New sea change forecasts present a slimy picture

archived August 21, 2008
	

Water - August 21

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Importing food means exporting drought
Sanitation: Creating a stink about the world's wastewater
The Guardian special on water

archived August 21, 2008
	

United Kingdom - August 20

Staff, Energy Bulletin

House of Lords suggests lifting VAT from cost of repairing electrical goods
Plan for anaerobic digesters in every town to recycle leftovers
Revealed: the massive scale of UK's water consumption

archived August 20, 2008
	

Renewables & EVs - August 19

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Waste-to-energy plants a waste of energy, recycling advocates say
Renewable power's growth in Colorado presages national debate
Michael Vickerman on feed-in tariffs (audio)

archived August 19, 2008
	

Solutions & sustainability - August 12

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Living simply by sharing space
Going vintage is going green
Bikes, Copenhagen and Disneyland: what we have in common
Go-getter gets governments going on sustainability
Cycling with the wind behind you (electric bikes in NL)

archived August 12, 2008
	

Trash - August 12

Staff, Energy Bulletin

The waste-pickers of Delhi
Junk raft raises awareness of plastics despite adversity, challenges
Recyclers are cashing in on the fortune in your bin
Largest water solar heater with PET bottles installed in Parana, Brazil
A tall, cool drink of ... sewage?

archived August 12, 2008
	

Trash - August 5

staff, Energy Bulletin

S.F. mayor proposes fines for unsorted trash
Prospectors sift through America's garbage in a gold rush founded on metals, plastic and paper
Climate change: How quest for zero waste community means sorting the rubbish 34 ways

archived August 5, 2008
	

Food & agriculture - August 4

staff, Energy Bulletin

ANR's clamp-down on composting operation inexplicable
Grow your own
Organic food becomes latest casualty of the credit crunch

archived August 4, 2008
	

State's clamp-down on composting operation inexplicable

Carl Etnier, Barre Montpelier (Vermont) Times Argus

Why is the Douglas administration trying to shut down Vermont Compost? The Montpelier small business provides jobs, low-cost processing of food waste, more than 1,000 dozen eggs every month, and high-quality compost and soil products that are in demand both in state and as far away as the Midwest.

archived August 3, 2008