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Veolia Biothane Advanced UASB

Wastewater Treatment Plant by Veolia Takes into Account Space Constraints

Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies (Thailand) has provided a wastewater treatment plant to multinational food manufacturer Associated British Foods (Thailand). This project integrates several of Veolia’s technologies, including its Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF), Biothane Upflow Anaerobic Sludge Blanket (UASB), AnoxKaldnes Biological Activated Sludge (BAS), and Hydrotech Drumfilter – within ABF’s … Read more »

GE Advanced Cooling Technology

GE’s Advanced Cooling Technology Saves $52M for Natural Gas Platform

A natural gas development platform in the Gulf of Thailand, operated by Carigali-PTTEPI Operating Company Sdn. Bhd. (CPOC), has saved $52 million per year and significantly reduced water usage and chemical consumption with help from General Electric’s advanced cooling and chemical treatment technology. GE helped CPOC reduce its chemical consumption … Read more »

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Pepsico Commits to Third-Party Environmental Audits of Top Supplier Countries

Pepsico is committed to establishing a third-party audit program based on the social, environmental and human rights standards of its top sugar sourcing country, Brazil, by the end of 2014, according to the company’s new land use policy. Pepsico plans to create similar audit programs for its sugar supply chain in Thailand, palm oil … Read more »

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PGT Makes Paper Pulp from Palm Oil Waste

Pulp Green Tech (PGT), which owns Thai Gorilla Pulp in Thailand, says it has made high-grade quality paper pulp from 100 percent palm oil waste material, called empty fruit bunches or EFBs (pictured). The company says more than 95 percent of raw material EFBs are disposed and estimates the waste … Read more »

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Rubber Industry to Create Sustainability Standards

The International Rubber Study Group aims to set up a voluntary certification program and standards for sustainable natural rubber, a $30 billion a cash crop, the Wall Street Journal reports. Skyrocketing demand in the last decade and led to record-high prices and new rubber plantations outside of Thailand, Indonesia and … Read more »

Policy & Enforcement Briefing: Carbon Markets, EPA Budget, Efficiency Bill

The California Air Resources Board and the Australian Clean Energy Regulator signed a memorandum of understanding to develop complementary market-based programs. The agreement establishes a framework for a working relationship and establishes information-sharing between the two agencies. The UN Food and Agriculture Organization is urging developing countries to ban monocrotophos, a toxic pesticide linked to the deaths of … Read more »