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Volumes in recycling industry are slowly returnig to normal

Volumes in recycling industry are slowly returnig to normal

As many countries move into a new phase of their response to COVID-19, BIR presents the latest in its series of expert updates on the impact of the pandemic on recycling markets around the world.…

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In the coronavirus crisis, Bosch is committed to both technological innovations and climate action

In the coronavirus crisis, Bosch is committed to both technological innovations and climate action

After shutting down production at nearly 100 Bosch locations worldwide this month, the company is systematically preparing for a gradual ramp-up of manufacturing. “We want to ensure reliable supplies to meet our customers’ demand as…

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Biggest drop in CO2 emissions since WWII due to Covid-19:

Biggest drop in CO2 emissions since WWII due to Covid-19:

Though scientists expect carbon emissions to fall by 5% in 2020, the coronavirus pandemic is having very little impact on climate change, according to the World Meteorological Organization. A new forecast produced by climate experts…

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Ten winners will receive a $1000 prize on Global Recycling Day 2020

Ten winners will receive a $1000 prize on Global Recycling Day 2020

Global Recycling Foundation launched its global #RecyclingHeroes competition, celebrating the unsung #RecyclingHeroes from across the world ahead of Global Recycling Day 2020 (18 March). #RecyclingHeroes can be anyone – people, groups, or organisations – who…

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Let’s do it Romania! National Cleanup Day 2019

Let’s do it Romania! National Cleanup Day 2019

Over 118,000 volunteers participated in the National Cleaning Day in Romania – 21st of September 2019. Volunteers from 25 counties of Romania participated in “Let`s Do It, Romania!”, The largest mobilization of volunteers in the…

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Amazon fires bring climate change

Amazon fires bring climate change

The National Institute of Space Research (Inpe) has recently published a statistics that indicates an increase of 84% in fires in Brazil, and the most affected states are: Amazonas, Mato Grosso and Rondônia. The Amazon…