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WPP ENERGY’S TOKEN NOW LISTED ON TRADE.IO

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Just 2 Weeks After Its Debut On Digifinex, WPP Token Expands To A Second Exchange, Adding A BTC Pairing. Geneva Switzerland, April 17, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — WPP Energy GmbH, a private Swiss Company (“WPP”) announced today that a second exchange, Trade.io, has listed WPP Token. DigiFinex was the first cryptocurrency to list WPP Token on April 04, Read More

WPP Energy GmbH has signed a binding MOU to purchase a 90% stake in BioPower

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 WPP TOKEN is poised to be accepted as a payment method to purchase BioPower Stock Geneva Switzerland, April 15, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) —   WPP Energy GmbH, a private Swiss Company (“WPP”) announced today that its Board of Directors has approved, and that the Company has entered into a Binding Memorandum Of Understanding with BioPower Operations Read More

Milestone receives oilfield waste landfill permit in Permian Basin

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4/10/2019 Flusing process. Photo: Milestone Environmental. HOUSTON and MIDLAND — Milestone Environmental Services (Milestone), an oilfield waste disposal services company, has announced that the Railroad Commission of Texas (RRC) has approved the company’s second RCRA-exempt oilfield waste landfill permit in the Permian Basin. Development plans for the 7.8 million cubic yard landfill south of Midland, Read More

Sims Metal Management to expand recycling, renewable energy business

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Aluminum used profiles are seen in a metals recycling company in Rome, Italy, August 3, 2018. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (Reuters) – Metals and electronics recycler Sims Metal Management (SGM.AX) said on Wednesday it plans to build up its metals recycling business and secure municipal recycling contracts in the United States as part of plans to drive Read More

Nearly 50 dead after explosion at chemical plant

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An explosion at a chemical plant in eastern China has killed 47 people and left hundreds more injured. The blast at the Tianjiayi chemical plant in Yancheng, Jiangsu province, is one of the worst in the country in recent years. State television said 640 people were being treated for injuries after the blast, which has Read More

Trash mountain, toxic canal highlight Serbia's EU waste challenge

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BELGRADE (Reuters) – Workers handling rat-infested garbage on the outskirts of Belgrade face a double Health hazard: from the trash itself and a nearby stream of raw sewage gushing into a canal on its way to the river Danube. Compressed aluminium cans are seen at a recycling factory in Belgrade, Serbia, February 28, 2019. REUTERS/Marko Read More

Gazprom improving its industrial and environmental safety efforts

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2/27/2019 Prirazlomonye field. Photo: Gazprom. MOSCOW — The Gazprom Board of Directors expressed approval of the Company’s ongoing occupational, industrial and fire safety efforts and environmental protection measures. It was noted that the Company traditionally places great emphasis on these areas of work. Gazprom has an Occupational, Industrial and Fire Safety Policy. The Policy is Read More

Japan’s Abe says US military base to be relocated regardless of referendum results

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Tokyo will proceed with its controversial plan to expand the US military presence in the city of Nago on the southwestern island of Okinawa, despite residents overwhelmingly voting against it. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said that he will take the results of the vote “very seriously” and work to “reduce” the base-hosting burdens on the Read More