SUCCESS STORY: FROM WASTE TO GOLD

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Applications of Renewable Energy

Wind, solar, biomass and hydroelectric is having an impact on your life and could have an even bigger impact in the future. Renewable energy, in the most basic terms, is precisely what it sounds like. It’s power that comes from sources that regenerate, unlike fossil fuels, which only exist in a limited amount.

via Renewable Energy and its Applications — BioEnergy Consult

Waste-to-Energy Potential in Saudi Arabia

Urban waste management has emerged as a big challenge for the government and local bodies in Saudi Arabia. The country generates more than 15 million tons of municipal solid waste each year with per capita waste production estimated to be 2 kg per day, among the highest worldwide. Municipal waste production in three largest cities…

via Waste-to-Energy in Saudi Arabia — BioEnergy Consult

Trinidad and Tobago generates the most trash per capita in the world

Trinidad and Tobago is said to produce 14.4 kilograms per capita per day of municipal solid waste (MSW). The amount of MSW produced by Trinidad and Tobago is 150 per cent more than second place Kuwait.

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Joel Julien (Trinidad Express) writes that, according to a report by Worldatlas—“Countries Generating The Most Trash Per Capita”—Trinidad and Tobago generates the most trash per capita in the world. Besides Trinidad and Tobago, the Bahamas, St. Lucia, Barbados, Guyana, St. Kitts and Nevis, and Antigua were among the top ten. Here are excerpts:

[. . .] Sadly, Trinidad and Tobago came out in first place. According to Worldatlas “a lack of recycling facilities” contributed to Trinidad and Topbago’s “dire waste management issues”. We were also slammed for our “pervasiveness of littering”.

Trinidad and Tobago is said to produce 14.4 kilograms per capita per day of municipal solid waste (MSW). The amount of MSW produced by Trinidad and Tobago is 150 per cent more than second place Kuwait. Kuwait is said to produce 5.72 kilograms per capita per day of MSW. The worldwide average for MSW production is 1.2kg.

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