Category: Environmental Sustainability and Human Consumption: Waste


Classical Charcoal Making and Properties of the Charcoal from Palmyra Palm Fruit as the Traditional Community Practice

Survey on classical charcoal making from Palmyra palm fruit as the traditional community practice at Ramdang, Songkhla was carried out. Results revealed that as for the community way of life.The first experiment involved with quality assessment of charcoal obtained from 4 traditional charcoal making methods. Treatments were compared using Randomized Complete Block Design (RCBD) with


Environmental Economic Benefit Assessment Research of Recycled Phosphor in Obsolete CRTs

Lots of phosphors including rare earth elements (Y, Eu, Ce, Te, etc.) exists in the obsolete CRT TV sets and PC Monitor in recent years, on the other hand, the rare earth resources are scarce, and environmental pollution caused by primary rare earth ore mining is serious. To investigate the environmental benefits derived from recycling


Environment Economy Assessment on Recycling of Rare Earths and Mercury from the Waste Fluorescent Lamps

Rare earth elements and mercury in waste fluorescent lamps belong to the category of hazardous waste. In China, the scrap of waste fluorescent lamps produced each year is more than 5 billion. The improper disposal not only causes a waste of resources, but also pollutes environment seriously. People do not pay much attention to recycling