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In between the news about water on Mars, clues of life on Jupiter or new stars being formed at our galaxy`s edge, there is a less glamorous side of space exploration: what to do with astronauts` urine!
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Rubber granulate made from end-of-life car tyres may in future lend itself to applications such as wastewater treatment, say researchers.
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A student at Sweden`s Umea Institute of Design has designed Ero - a robot that recycles concrete in an energy-efficient manner and separates it from rebar and other debris on the spot.
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Nigeria`s biggest city Lagos is home to some 20 million people and produces a staggering 10,000 tonnes of waste every day, a lot of which piles up on the busy streets or floats in open sewers.
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Minister of State for Urban Development Deepa Dasmunshi has advocated an "integrated" and "sustainable" waste management system in the country.
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British households are throwing away 4.2 million tonnes of food and drink a year, the equivalent of six meals every week, a study published on Thursday said.
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A baby girl`s body has been found on a conveyor belt by a worker sorting out cans and plastics at a California recycling center.
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British scientists claim to have developed the world`s first comprehensive system for separating and recovering useful materials from old footwear.
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Coming soon! A recycling ATM which can take in an old mobile phone and pay out an agreed price on the spot.
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Engineers have developed a way of using lasers to remove ink from paper so it can be reused in printers and photocopiers.
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A2Z said it has 80 percent stake in the JV and this new firm will look for business in India and the Middle East.
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e-waste recycling company A2Z Dataserv will invest an initial amount of Rs 20 crore to set up a Gurgaon facility that will be equipped to handle up to 10,000 tonnes of e-waste per year.
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