Porto Itapoá becomes ‘zero landfill’ terminal

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Endeavours at a ‘zero landfill’ terminal in Brazil have recycled 13 tonnes of organic waste and eliminated 17 tonnes of CO2 emissions

Porto Itapoá in Brazil has become a ‘zero landfill’ terminal with all solid waste generated by the company now sent for recycling and co-processing.

Key to this achievement is a treatment facility that uses an accelerated composting method to turn the material into fertiliser. 

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