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Публично назначенный и присяжный эксперт по управлению отходами

19 марта 2020 года г-н Йорг Вагнер был публично назначен и приведен к присяге IHK Дрезден в качестве эксперта по управлению отходами.
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Study on energy efficiency in building material recycling published

The Leibniz Institute for Ecological Spatial Development (IOER) and INTECUS GmbH, funded by the Federal Institute for Building, Urban and Spatial Research (BBSR), have carried out a sounding study on the topic of energy efficiency in building material recycling.
The aim of the present study was to extend the quantity-oriented studies on resource conservation potentials to include energy considerations and to develop a synoptic approach by which important building products can be presented and compared in a synoptic way with regard to their energy expenditure during recycling.
The exploratory study successfully revealed gaps in knowledge and identified fields of problems. For example, the assumption that transports make a significant and not negligible contribution to the energy consumption of recycling and primary material production has been confirmed. Since the information and data situation here is still very precarious, it is recommended to carry out further research.
In principle, the studies showed once again that recycling must be further promoted against the background of resource conservation goals and that the necessary prerequisites should be further improved.
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POP-study for the state of Saxony-Anhalt published

The State Office for Environmental Protection Saxony-Anhalt commissioned INTECUS to prepare a study on the "Relevance of new persistent organic pollutants in waste and their effects on waste classification and disposal methods in Saxony-Anhalt". In the course of the investigation, waste streams were analyzed with regard to the content of short-chain chlorinated paraffins (SCCP), polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE), perfluorooctanesulfonic acid and its derivatives (PFOS) and hexachlorobutadiene (HCBD). The results were evaluated and the disposal paths used were evaluated for their suitability.
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