/2018

The New York Times reports about optical sorting in Sweden

2018-11-07T20:30:20+00:00

The New York Times reports about optical sorting in Sweden Writer Amy Yee describes in her article in The New York Times how waste has been transformed to a valuable commodity. Rather than burning coal or natural gas, trash from households or certain industries is burned in the power plant to produce electricity [...]

The New York Times reports about optical sorting in Sweden2018-11-07T20:30:20+00:00

Zero Waste in the US

2018-10-28T19:12:36+00:00

Zero Waste in the US Optibags system was mentioned in an article by the American company WasteZero. Their mission is to cut household waste by 50% across the United States. They work with cities and towns to help them reduce the financial and environmental costs of waste collection. Their article about the advantages [...]

Zero Waste in the US2018-10-28T19:12:36+00:00

Lower CO2 – emissions in waste collection with the Optibag technology than other collection systems

2018-06-27T12:24:17+00:00

Lower CO2 - emissions in waste collection with the Optibag technology than other collection systems Future demands on waste collection will increas  and more and more fractions are to be excluded from “normal” household waste. While this may results in a battery of garbage bin in front of every property, Optibag allows reducing [...]

Lower CO2 – emissions in waste collection with the Optibag technology than other collection systems2018-06-27T12:24:17+00:00

Oslo nears ambitious food waste collection targets with Envac Optibag

2018-05-04T09:58:07+00:00

Oslo nears ambitious food waste collection targets with Envac Optibag Oslo is on course to meet its 50 per cent food waste recycling target after Agency for Waste Management, the city’s waste management department, published its latest waste collection survey that revealed how the Norwegian capital is recycling 46.4 per cent – up [...]

Oslo nears ambitious food waste collection targets with Envac Optibag2018-05-04T09:58:07+00:00