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  • 11
    Dec

    Digester turns Singaporeans' food waste into fertiliser in just 24 hours

    The Straits Times by CHERYL TEH

    Take a tonne of rice, chicken, fish, noodles and other leftovers from the lunch of a few hundred people. Put all of that into a machine and, within 24 hours, that mountain of scrap will be turned into fertiliser for gardens. One such machine is now… More

  • 06
    Dec

    Study: Global CO2 emissions to hit record in 2018

    The Straits Times by DAVID FOGARTY

    Global emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) powered ahead this year, and are on course to reach a new record, deepening the challenge the world faces in trying to limit the impacts of climate change. CO2 is the main greenhouse gas that is heating up the… More

  • 05
    Dec

    Acromec joint venture to power new energy plant with chicken waste

    The Business Times by NISHA RAMCHANDANI

    Singapore A SUBSIDIARY of engineering-services provider Acromec is diversifying into the renewable-energy sector, having inked a letter of intent (LOI) with egg producer Chew's Group to operate a waste-to-energy power plant that will use chicken manure… More