China Isn’t Taking Our Recycling: Here’s What We Could Do With It Instead

Last year, China announced that it is officially done accepting “foreign garbage.” That is: plastic and paper recycling scraps from the U.S. and Europe. Since March 1, the country has barred 24 materials, including plastic and paper, from entering its borders. The few items the nation will take, like scrap …

MHI Vestas Signs Four MoUs For Taiwanese Offshore Wind Development

The burgeoning offshore wind industry in Taiwan has received yet another massive boost after one of the world’s leading offshore wind energy companies, MHI Vestas, announced that it has signed four Memorandums of Understanding with leading local companies to begin building out their supply chain in the region. MHI Vestas …

Vojin Djordjevic: Preciousness of Unprocessed Water

When VODAVODA first appeared on our market in 2004, in just three months, it won millions of consumers and a third of the domestic market of bottled water. The water factory stopped operation in the meantime, VODAVODA disappeared from the shelves and the rest of us were deprived of one …

Siemens Gamesa Signs Another MoU Towards Development Of Offshore Wind In Taiwan

Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy has signed yet another Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in Taiwan with the express purpose of helping to develop the Taichung Harbor in Taiwan for offshore wind activities, following its MoU signed in December with the Taiwan International Ports Corporation. In early December of last year Siemens …