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Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Upgrades Waste-to-Energy Plant

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Environmental & Chemical Engineering will upgrade a waste-to-energy plant in Japan, revamping three stoker furnace type incinerators with a collective processing capacity of 330 tons per day. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries received the order from the Amachiku Environmental Office Association, an organization encompassing seven municipal entities in southwestern … Read more »

Mitsubishi Heavy Sells Li-ion Battery Business

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries is selling its lithium-ion rechargeable battery business assets, including machinery, to Taiwan’s Delta Electronics. MHI also says it will shift its management resources into operations in energy storage system (ESS) products employing lithium-ion rechargeable batteries. MHI expects ESS products to record sustained market growth ahead as core … Read more »

Contract Wins: Covanta, MHI, Veolia, URS, Maxwell Technologies

Covanta Marion, a subsidiary of Covanta Energy Corporation, and Marion County, Ore., have announced an agreement that extends sustainable waste disposal services for the county at the Covanta waste-to-energy facility (pictured), located in the Marion County. The new agreement, which is for up to five years, begins in September 2014 after the expiration … Read more »

Policy & Enforcement Briefing: Barrick $16m Fine, Edison ‘Misled Regulators’

Southern California Edison willfully misled the public and regulators to avoid a full safety review of its redesigned San Onofre nuclear power plant in California, according to Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA), chairman of the Environment and Public Works Committee. Boxer published correspondence between Edison and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, which she said … Read more »

Panama Canal Project Won’t Cut Carbon, Study Finds

Panama Canal Project Won’t Cut Carbon, Study Finds

While larger vessel sizes carrying cargo through an expanded Panama Canal could reduce CO2 emissions as much as 23 percent, other factors such as increased voyage distance and waterborne emissions essentially negate these GHG reductions, according to a new Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) study. The peer-reviewed Panama Canal Expansion: Emission Changes … Read more »

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