The newly-completed National Landfill in Aimeliik is set to be opened this coming January, following nearly two years of construction...The landfill, funded by the Japanese Government, has the capacity to hold 384,898 cubed meters of waste, and will utilize the “fukuoka method”, a semi-aerobic wa
The Ifira Marine Management (IMM) is currently implementing the Ifira Tanvosoko Environment Rehabilitation Project that is coordinated by SHEFA Provincial Council, with funding assistance from UNDP. There are three action plans under the project.
In a secret location in an industrial area in western Sydney, a test strip of asphalt is being laid. But this is no ordinary road. The 50-metre strip stretching out into the hot afternoon sun is held together by an unusual material.
The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment is in the final stages of developing its e-waste [electronic waste] management national policy. The Ministry is working on formulating the policy with the support of the European Union-funded Pacific-E.U.
The Government has deferred enforcing a nationwide ban on the use of styrofoam plates and cups due to the coronavirus [COVID-19] global pandemic. This was confirmed by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment [M.N.R.E.] on Wednesday.
New research from NUI Galway and the University of Limerick has for the first time quantified the volume of plastic from European countries (EU, UK, Switzerland and Norway) that contributes to ocean littering from exported recycling.
Beer and soft drinks could soon be sipped from “all-plant” bottles under new plans to turn sustainably grown crops into plastic in partnership with major beverage makers.
Tuvalu is making significant progress on improving its waste management, the International Institute for Sustainable Development says. According to the Sustainable Development Goals Knowledge Hub, the progress is outlined in the country's latest annual review of its waste management.