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Expanding its niche

From Tuesday's Globe and Mail

Small waste-management company hits the mark with $4.6-million project for NATO military camps ...Read the full article

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  1. globefan Eh from Canada writes: While these are bing sent to military sites and mine sites I can think of many third world refugee camps that would benefit from them and with a higher payback. Gaza City for one.
  2. ODHIGBO EDWARD from PORT HARCOURTWARRI, Nigeria writes: Please connect me to this small Wastemanagement Company, as this is the kind of equipment we need in our country to solve waste which had taken over our cities/towns and villages.
    I would like to represent this Company in Nigeria, either as a Company Representative or Franchiser.
    Thanks and Best Regards.
    Odhigbo Edward
  3. Josh Taylor from Dublin, Canada writes: Good work guys. Real innovation from a Canadian firm. Next step possibly combined heat or power?

    (All not that waste in landfills produces methane which has a higher GHG potential than CO2. Therefore, burning is often more efficient with respect to GHG potential than landfilling.)

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