ARTICLES

Filter  
Active filters 0
Remove
  

Refine your searches by:

Collections
Research
Environment
Pure sciences
Technology
Industrial engineer
Agronomy and forestry
Architecture and Urbanism
Biology
Social Sciences
Economy
all records (60)

Languages
English
Spanish
Portuguese

Countries
Indonesia
USA
Brazil
Switzerland
South Africa
Romania
Chile
Spain
Russia
Italy
all records (62)

Years
2021
2020
2019
2018
2017
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012
all records (22)

Filter  
 
1.043  Articles
In this paper, a dual-channel closed-loop supply chain is consi-dered for waste recycling. The manufacturer produces the finished product using recycled and recyclable waste materials as well as fresh raw materials. The recyclable wastes collected by the ... see more

In the present study, recycling edible oils which have been used in frying purposes of taamia, fish, potatoes, etc. are used to produce biodiesel in order to help in solving the fuel shortages and to share in the energy conservation efforts. Four types of... see more

This paper summarizes thejirst Chilean experience\ in place cola recycling project, using foamed bitumen technology. This technology is applied on flexible pavement I rehabilitation, using speciaüzed equipment that crushes and I blends the existingpavemen... see more

Abstract: Circular Economy (CE) has recently attracted the attention of academics, governments and business people due to the concept which believed to be a solution to the negative impacts caused by the traditional economic system. Previous research exam... see more

This paper explores the relationship between urban design and household recycling practices in Canadian cities. A growing body of research links urban design with residents’ transportation behaviour, such as rates of driving and use of public transportati... see more

Electronic waste, also known as e-waste, is the fastest growing waste stream in South Africa, and poses a serious environmental risk if mismanaged. Through appropriate recycling processes and the recovery of raw materials such as gold and copper, e-waste ... see more

In the aftermath of the oil crisis the greater part of OPEC surplus funds have been recycled through the American Banking system and the Eurodollar market. The present paper proposes a recycling mechanism which would be complementary with regard to those ... see more

There is a growing body of research projects spanning over three decades that have provided insights into the concept of waste management, a topic standing in the focal point of environmental issues. In this paper, the 'SHASEA Project,' 'BORASSUS Project,... see more

1 of 105 pages  |  10  records  |  more records»