- published: 23 May 2016
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The B.E.V. Consortium, formed by BTA International GmbH, EFACEC Engenharia e Sistemas S.A. and Vassallo Builders Ltd, jointly designed and built the Malta North Waste Treatment Facility (MNWTP). The Mechanical Biological Treatment (MBT) plant was inaugurated in February 2016. In the video you will learn more about the intelligent plant concept, which supports Malta in achieving its highly challenging waste management targets. The treatment of the organic fraction recovered from Municipal Solid Waste has been designed according to the BTA Process. BTA International - part of the Agraferm Technoligies Group - is the technological partner for the wet pre-treatment and the three biological steps: anaerobic wet digestion, aerobic treatment of the digestate as wet oxidation and the process wate...
Feeding the Soil that Feeds us ! Join us on the 6th July at Malta's First Compost Festival ! With members of MANA TAPU & RED ELECTRICK https://www.facebook.com/events/1468041623433785/ Free Entrance ♥ Workshops and a music concert under the trees celebrating nature's black gold... compost! At the Why Not? Creativity Vortex Plus the Screening Of Malta's First Compost Documentary :) This Video and Event is brought to you by Why Not? and GetUpStandUp! as part of the Garbage to Gardens, YIA EU funded Compost Awareness Campaign :) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/compostmalta 'Garbage to Gardens' is an initiative to raise awareness on compost in Malta. To teach the principles of basic compost techniques, through workshops and free hands on training. To inspire us to turn our waste i...
car full of friends stuck between 2 garbage trucks
This video was submitted by the media class of ALP Paola, Malta It won the EATNEAT Video FEAT competition which formed part of the EAThink 2015- Eat local Think Global project. This project was co-financed by the European Union and the Ministry for Social Dialogue, Consumer Affairs and Civil Liberties
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Civic Amenity Site in Ta’Qaly (Malta) is a collecting and recycling center where citizens and small companies can bring their waste. Each type of waste has its place: wood, metal, tyres, plastics, electrical and electronic appliances, oil, spent batteries… The maltese facility has also a composting plant for the organic waste. Private people and companies can bring the organic waste to the plant as well. This is probably the most efficient facility in Europe of its kind. It consists of two Kollvik Biocomp 20/80 composting machines. They are suitable to treat about 800 tones per year.
The Saint'Antnin Waste Treatment Plant uses state-of-the-art facilities to recycle waste and transform it into an energy source. Besides generating enough clean energy to provide electricity to 1,400 homes, heat from the plant is diverted to a nearby swimming pool. Exploiting this energy has led to cost savings that have allowed the pool to remain open year round, to the delight of the community. 'A world you like. With a climate you like.' is the European Commission's new communication campaign on climate action. This campaign aims to show solutions and best practices applied by citizens, businesses and authorities across the European Union. It covers five areas: travel and transport; producing and innovating; building and living; shopping and eating; and re-use and recycling. From the...
The Malta Waste Reduction Awards 2015 were organised by Wasteserv at the Mediterranean Conference Centre, Valletta. This annual event follows a Europe-wide initiative held each year in November: the European Week for Waste Reduction (EWWR), in which a record of 85 local entities participated in 2015.
The North Waste Treatment Facility in Malta processes all the solid urban waste on the island, which amounts to about 76,000 tonnes. It consists of two parts: the mechanical treatment where the large solid waste is treated and an anaerobic digestion plant. In the latter, the organic fraction is combined with agricultural substrata to produce biogas and, therefore, electricity, to be introduced into the island’s electricity network. More info at: http://www.biogaschannel.com