Once they said it's state of the art, now the incinerator that's oddly constructed in the world famous tropical paradise called Samui Island in Surat Thani province is crumbling on its own crap.
Toxic and potentially toxic elements in fly ashes collected from the Mae Moh and Thai Petrochemical Industry
The sun supplies the amount of 15'000 times the daily energy usage on earth.
Greenpeace together with an NGO delegation composed of environmental and church groups met with Department of Health (DOH) officials led by Dr. Antonio Lopez, Undersecretary for Operations, to submit a petition endorsed by 170 groups and...
Nomadic Penan leader Along Sega and his grandchild examine a tree stump near their village in the Sungai Nyakit area of the Sarawak rainforest in Malaysia. He is 60, a father of nine and grandfather of 30.
A profile of two incinerators in Thailand, the Phuket and Koh Samui incinerators.
In June and October 1999, Greenpeace International visited the municipal and medical waste incinerator complex near Phuket, Thailand, both in order to collect samples of incinerator ashes stored on site for chemical analysis. This reports reveals...
A report offering an outline of a solid waste management strategy for Metropolitan Manila. This strategy places precedence on disposal reduction through waste reduction, reuse, recycling, and composting.
The following report poses questions and answers to expose why CETPs do not work. They also make an argument for stopping all further investments in this ineffective technology and focus instead on real solution that take us on the path to clean...
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