Posted on August 19, 2010 by Harsco3D
Are you a scientist or a technology entrepreneur? Harsco partners with material recycling and clean technology companies to help industry address environmental challenges, through improved energy efficiency or resource recovery from waste materials.
Working in partnership with industry, universities and technological institutes, we are using open innovation to find best available technologies to meet these challenges.
We call it 3D Innovation:
Discover industrial environmental challenges & resource recovery opportunities
Develop solutions using best available technologies
Deploy solutions across multiple industries and geographies.
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Posted on October 16, 2012 by Harsco3D
As part of its discovery process with customers, Harsco organizes Discovery Roundtables where insights on future industry trends are shared. In parallel, Harsco’s new Global Innovation Network is a problem-broadcasting portal open to the public for any technology entrepreneur, inventor or scientist to submit detailed technical solutions. The GIN is an open innovation network seeking new technologies which address environmental challenges for industry, by improved energy efficiency or resource recovery.
Do you have a technology which may interest Harsco? Visit the Harsco GIN for details: https://www.harsco-gin.com/
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Posted on August 9, 2012 by Harsco3D
As part of its technology scouting activity, Harsco has presented its target technologies to the Center for Resource Recovery and Recycling (CR3), a network of industrial companies which conducts research into materials or technologies promoting recycling of industrial wastes. Harsco joined CR3 in 2011, and as a new member was invited to give a presentation on its perspective on resource recovery opportunities for industry. Download the presentation.
As well as Harsco, members of CR3 include Veolia Environment, ArcelorMittal and Alcoa. Topics for research are selected on the basis of common interest areas among the group. The member Universities have world-class reputations in the field of scientific research into resource recovery, and contribute graduate students to the research programs.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester (MA), USA
Colorado School of Mines, Golden (CO), USA
Katholic University Leuven, Leuven, Belgium
The group meets every quarter. The next meeting is on 3rd of October 2012, hosted by Leuven University.
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Posted on November 5, 2010 by Harsco3D
Independent confirmation of the agricultural benefits of Harsco Minerals’ Agrowsil fertilizer continues to grow, the latest being a 3-year study conducted on field-grown winter wheat by Rutgers University in the United States.
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