Green World Group sign agreement to supply Waste Mining Equipment to Eco Garb India
Green World Group sign agreement to supply Waste Mining Equipment to Eco Garb India
August 21, 2019

GWG’s CEO, James Buchan today concluded an agreement to supply waste mining equipment to Eco Garb India an international partner company working closely with municipalities in Southern India to streamline the ever-challenging problem of waste disposal. The initiative is part of wider collaboration between the two companies in tackling the planets waste disposal problems with Ecology through Technology.

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Taking Out The Trash: A Definitive Guide On Underground Compactors
Taking Out The Trash: A Definitive Guide On Underground Compactors
May 7, 2019

Cities across the world are growing, and so is the amount of rubbish they use. In fact, the citizens of London throw out more than 3.7 million tonnes of waste each year. That is the equivalent of over 1,500 Olympic-size swimming pools filled with rubbish!

Not only is the amount of properly disposed trash rising, but so is the amount of litter. City governments are desperately trying to find ways to keep their communities clean while also preserving the area’s space and aesthetic style.

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Portable, self-driven compactors for waste disposal at festivals
Portable, self-driven compactors for waste disposal at festivals
April 4, 2019

Spring is here, and so planning for the summer festival season begins! Glastonbury, the mother of all festivals in the UK welcomes c. 200,000 revellers each year with thousands of events on this scale occurring across the USA and European countries.

The clean-up effort for the waste generated at a typical festival of Glastonbury’s magnitude will take more than 1000 volunteers at a cost approaching $1 million dollars. Waste disposal can take in excess of six weeks to complete. In this way, ensuring this process as efficient as possible is important to reducing costs and environmental impact.

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