The Modern Problem: Landfill Issues in the UK

Mar 22, 2015 |

It is a problem in almost every country these days – Landfills. Landfills are a great issue worldwide because as humans, we produce a huge amount of garbage per year. Some countries produce more depending on their usage, population and other factors. As with other countries, there are landfill issues in the UK. Let’s take […more]

Current Waste Management Issues

Mar 22, 2015 |

There are considerable waste management issues in our country since many of the consumer products that are sold in our stores contain more and more toxic substances, and these ingredients are becoming more prevalent in our waste dumps. Solid waste is basically garbage that we dispose of from our homes and businesses, and it and […more]

Don’t Waste Your Waste

Mar 31, 2015 |

The basics of sustainable waste management in animated form, produced for the Östergötland County Council in Sweden, for the “Waste To Energy” EU project. Concept, script, design and art direction by Dedicate, animation by Jonas Porsgaard of SAPP (

Waste Management Single-Stream Recycling: Take a tour of our Philadelphia MRF

Mar 27, 2015 | Recycling with single-stream technology is helping communities recycle more waste from their garbage collection. Waste Management is on a mission to drive environmental performance with solutions that minimize waste, recycle valuable resources, and create renewable energy. We are investing in single-stream technology and building recycling facilities, like the Philadelphia Materials Recovery Facility (MRF), to […more]

Clean India: Working Models of Rural Waste Management

Mar 22, 2015 |

In rural areas of India, solid and liquid waste remains largely untreated and dumped in the open, posing a severe threat to public health and environment. It is estimated that nearly 18,000 million liters of liquid waste and 0.4 million metric tons of solid waste is generated each day in rural areas of India. Adopting […more]

Waste Management and Recycling

Mar 22, 2015 |

This clip shows how household trash are recycled and processed. More info can be found @ Please subscribe to Copyright belongs to Discovery Communications LLC. Please support Cable TV and subscribe to the Science channels.