Easler Education Inc. Launches Version 3 of EaslerLMS

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Easler Education Inc., operator of DrugTestingCourses.com Launches Version 3 of EaslerLMS

ORLANDO, FLORIDA, USA, April 30, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — EaslerLMS Version 3 was launched on April 15, 2019, and we are proud to report to our affiliates, resellers, authorized trainers, and our future partners that we are ahead of schedule.

Here is a quick update on what this version release includes:

• Managers can now purchase course credits directly from their portal by “clicking on the course” then “add course
credits” function (FYI – course credits never expire)

• Managers and portal administrators can now view payment history directly from the manager profile.

• Portal administrators can now enroll/invite users directly from their portal.

• EaslerLMS is now fully compatible with Microsoft Edge.

• Portal administrators can also review the progress and status of managers and their learners and can resend invites,
update email addresses, names, and other user information.

• Assignment submission and course completion manager notifications.

• View and download certificate options for managers, administrators, and instructors.

***Version 4 will be launched sometime in late June 2019, and will include:***

• E-COMMERCE WEBSITES: We will be launching an e-commerce function so our resellers and authorized trainers will be
able to sell drug and alcohol testing courses directly from their own websites.

• Instructor portal for resellers, authorized trainers, and other third-party customers.

• Website trust seals that immediately verify manager and learners’ certificates directly from third-party websites.
The trust seals can be generated after you complete the course, they can be embedded on websites and landing pages to
build trust with your customers and use as a valuable sales and marketing tool.

• Public API connect EaslerLMS directly to your website.

**Upcoming Courses & Programs:**

State-by-state drug testing law courses

• Employee Drug Awareness Course

• DOT Supervisor Training Course with FRA Post Accident Training

• Bloodborne/Droplet/Airborne Pathogens

• OSHA Construction Safety Classes

• Site Auditing

• Authorized Trainer Program


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Onsite Utility Services Capital Certifies Energy Audit Automation

In partnership with EMAT Field Auditor software to Speed up the Accuracy and Turn-Around Time while Reducing Costs by 50%

DELAVAN, WISCONSIN, UNITED STATES, April 30, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Onsite Utility Services Capital (OUS Capital) has formed a strategic partnership with EMAT for certifying their EMAT Field Auditor software doing ASHRAE Level I and II audits and report generation to help companies identify energy conservation measures.

EMAT Field Auditor leverages cutting-edge mobile and web technology to help auditors and organizations improve their bottom line by spending less time and money conducting energy audits. Built by energy engineers for energy engineers, EMAT’s cloud-based software allows for quick movement through the entire energy auditing process.

“Our goal is to expand our energy audit capability across the country, with EMAT Field Auditor software being the model for speed, accuracy and cost reductions for performing audits,” says Fritz Kreiss, CEO of OUS Capital. “The EMAT software makes a tablet as the tool for the audit, replacing the antiquated pad of paper, pen, camera and maps. This results in cutting costs for these audits by as much as 50%.”

Once the data has been gathered on site, the data is instantly available on their EMAT System website, accessible from virtually anywhere, for use in performing energy modeling and analysis. “Through automation, we’re making Level II audits a smaller part of a project’s cost,” says Kreiss.

Companies interested in learning how this new EMAT audit solution can be used for their next ASHRAE audit can contact OUS Capital at info@ouscapital.com.

About Onsite Utility Services Capital
Since 1993, OUS Capital has been dedicated to unlocking the power of energy efficiency for hospitality businesses nationwide through innovative solutions that lower energy consumption, reduce energy spend, and increase profits. The company’s exceptional staff of energy experts look forward to helping hospitality properties accomplish their energy efficiency objectives through their Energy Savings as a Service program and can be reached at info@ouscapital.com.

EMAT began in 2014 when a group of energy auditors, frustrated by the inefficiency and chaos that was all too common in the typical energy audit process, decided that there had to be a better way. Understanding that advanced technology was the key, the auditors partnered with a company that had extensive experience with tablet-to-cloud technology and began to develop a software tool that would make the energy audit process more streamlined and efficient, less stressful, and save them time and money. They can be reached at info@ematpogram.com.

Fritz Kreiss
Onsite Utility Services Capital, LLC
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Morgan Abele Named Director of Subsurface Utility Locating at Control Point Associates, Inc.


Morgan Abele

Control Point Associates, Inc. has announced that Morgan Abele has joined the firm to expand their Subsurface Utility Locating division.

WARREN, NEW JERSEY, UNITED STATES, April 30, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Morgan Abele has worked in the underground utility locating industry for 34 years. Starting out in the industry on a temporary basis, he discovered a passion for the work and the clients he served. Enjoying the challenges and diversity, Morgan has found endless opportunity to apply his knowledge in new and interesting ways. Throughout his career, he has worked with many public and private sector clients, and completed projects for many government agencies, including the Department of Defense, Department of Energy, Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, and Environmental Protection Agency.

As an expert in Subsurface Utility Locating, Morgan has worked on some unique projects. A few of the most notable was the mapping of a 114 building, 260-acre pharmaceutical site; leak detecting a 375-mile gas distribution system; developing a method to locate plastic propane lines lacking tracer wire, providing the industry a way to locate, permanently mark, and map jurisdictional systems; and an island-wide water main replacement project in the Bahamas.
“I am very excited to join the team at Control Point. The quality and professionalism of the entire organization provide a whole other level of capability for our current and future clients. I look forward to being part of the efforts to expand our company and its capabilities.”

Morgan Abele, Director of Subsurface Utility Locating
Morgan Abele was part of the founding group of the utility locating trade organization, the National Utility Locating Contractors Association (NULCA), as well as part of the original committee for the Common Ground Alliance (CGA), which guides the industry’s damage prevention efforts. A long-time advocate of damage prevention in the United States, he has also spread the word in China, the Bahamas, Nigeria, Uganda, and other countries around the globe. As a steward of the industry, Morgan works alongside local, state, and federal agencies to continually improve industry standards and policies.

“We are thrilled to have Morgan join our team. With more than three decades of experience, he will make an immense impact in our Subsurface Utility Locating division.”
Richard A. Butkus, Jr., President/Managing Partner

Control Point Associates, Inc.’s Subsurface Utility Locating division is uniquely positioned to serve our clients, with the capability to provide true turn-key project solutions. With support from the firm’s other services, we can craft seamless results for our clients.

Control Point Associates, Inc. is committed to the continued excellence of providing Professional Land Surveying, Construction Stakeout, 3D Laser Scanning and Modeling, Mobile LiDAR, Subsurface Utility Locating, Aerial Photogrammetry, UAV, and Hydrographic Services to its existing and future clients. Our mission is to provide high-quality, cost-effective services while delivering exceptional customer service to our clients.

For more information, please visit CPASURVEY.COM or contact President/Managing Partner Richard A. Butkus Jr. at (908) 668-0099.

Caitlin Kane
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Government promotions announced at the Africa E&P Summit

Bringing together Africa’s leading exploration companies and governments

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, April 30, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — The 2019 Africa E&P Summit is bringing together Africa’s leading exploration companies and governments, just one of the many reasons why you should be attending this event being held in London at the IET: Savoy Place, 22-23 May.

Over 200 key senior executives involved in Africa will be present, with 50 Speakers featured at this Conference.

The Nigeria-São Tomé and Príncipe JDZ will be showcased for the first time in London, with details being provided by their Dr. Almajiri Geidam, Ag. Chairman/ Executive Director of the Nigeria-São Tomé and Príncipe JDA as well as
Senior Petroleum Directorates of the Gambia and Republic of Guinea Bissau.

The organisers of the Africa E&P Summit wish to thank Progressive TSL and Seplat for partnering together and sponsoring the London Skyline Networking Reception Thank you also to ExxonMobil who is sponsoring the Africa E&P Summit Gala Dinner being held at the close of conference.


● Uncover the leading edge on Africa's E&P hot spots
● Enjoy the Africa E&P Summit Gala Dinner
● Attend the London Skyline Networking Reception
● Hear from Africa's leading E&P companies
● 50+ world class speakers over 2 day
● High-level C-Suite networking
● Africa Licensing Promotion & NOC Showcase
● Excellent Sponsorship & Exhibition opportunities
● Opportunities, outlook, risks & challenges

The event is being organsied and hosted by frontier.

Global events, awards, networking and thought leadership in oil gas & energy

Confirmed Speakers include:
Celedónio Plácido Vieira, PetroGuin E&P, Empresa Nacional de Pesquisa e Exploracao Petroliferas EP (Petroguin), Bissau

Maggy Shino, Petroleum Commissioner, Ministry of Mines & Energy, Namibia

Jasper Peijs, Africa Exploration Vice President, BP

Menno de Ruig, Acting VP Exploration for Africa and Middle East, Shell

Pam Darwin, VP Africa, ExxonMobil

Austin Avuru, Chief Executive Officer, Seplat Petroleum

Susan Namuganyi, SDE Operations & Engineering, Tullow Oil

Tracey Henderson, SVP, Head of Exploration, Kosmos Energy

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Event Details:
Date: Wednesday 22, Thursday 23 May 2019
Location: IET London: Savoy Place, 2 Savoy Place, London, WC2R 0BL, UK
Fee: Main Conference: £1,995 +VAT until end of April
Full rate: £2,295
Onsite rate: £2,595

Africa E&P Summit Gala Dinner – separately bookable
Best Rate: Jan 1 – Apr 30: GBP 295 + VAT

Full Rate: May 1 – May 21: GBP 325 + VAT

Booking deadline for Dinner May 21

Terms and Conditions Apply
Places limited and Right of Admission Reserved

Sponsor & Exhibition: gayle@frontier-communications.com

Event & registration enquiries: info@frontier-communications.com
Tel: +44 20 7193 8224

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Conservatorium hotel Utilizes Smart Green Technology

The Conservatorium hotel is Amsterdam’s leading luxury lifestyle palace

The Conservatorium hotel continues to lead the way in implementing advanced technological measures that conserve energy usage.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, April 30, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Conservatorium hotel is Amsterdam’s leading luxury lifestyle palace, evoking glamour and elegance for sophisticated, design-literate travellers.

Located in the Museum District, the cultural heart and centre of the city, the Conservatorium combines a landmark heritage building with graceful, contemporary design. Green Globe recertified the Conservatorium hotel earlier this month. The property was the first hotel in the Netherlands to be certified by Green Globe in 2011.

Roy Tomassen, General Manager at the hotel said, "The Conservatorium hotel believes that caring for our environment and our communities is a responsibility that we all share. We believe that it is important to be committed to making a difference in the lives of those people we meet every day. As global citizens we embrace this responsibility.”

The heritage property continues to lead the way in implementing advanced technological measures that conserve energy usage. A Building Management System (BMS), a technical system which integrates climate control and fire detection functions, has been installed to control temperatures within rooms as well as monitor heating and cooling requirements and ventilation throughout the property. The BMS is a crucial feature of the property’s preventative maintenance program and alerts staff of any issues or discrepancies in real time. This will pop up as an alarm on mobile phone screens. Guests can rest assured that any discomfort will be avoided with this state of the art technology.

Renewable energy is preferred by the Conservatorium hotel and used when possible. The air conditioning system uses stored energy from a wheel heater exchange, resulting in 100% fresh air generated by renewable energy. Furthermore, the property has invested in an Inncom system that regulates lighting and air-conditioning in rooms. When rooms are not in use, lights will automatically turn off after a specified time while air-conditioning units switch over to basic mode to save energy.

To reduce the use of fossil fuels for energy generation, a Warmte Koude Opslag (WKO) system is deployed for heating and cooling within the hotel building. WKO storage units located in the back garden of the hotel utilise underground aquifer thermal energy storage to vary temperatures in accordance with seasonal changes. In addition, the hotel is part of the Destination Charging Network and has two charging points for Tesla cars and other electric vehicles to encourage responsible travel choices by guests and visitors.

The Conservatorium hotel’s Sustainability Actions are detailed on its website.
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If You’re Considering Solar – 2019 is the Year to Act On It

Download a FREE white paper published by Solar Optimum and BestCompany.com

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, April 29, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — On April 20th, Solar Optimum and BestCompany.com released a white paper entitled: “2019: The Final Year to Take Full Advantage of The Federal Solar Tax Credit”. The white paper explains why anyone interested in getting solar should act fast to make sure to get the most out of their investment because the full 30 percent Solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC) is expiring at the end of this year

What is the ITC?
As part of the Energy Policy Act of 2005, the Incentive Tax Credit or Federal Solar Tax Credit, was created as a way to make solar power more affordable. Up until this point, solar had taken a backseat to traditional – and cheaper – sources of energy such as fossil fuels, but the tax credit opened the door for solar power to become mainstream.

The white paper explains how the creation of the ITC sparked a huge growth in the solar industry – one that lead to the average cost of solar to drop more than a staggering 73 percent.

How is the Federal Solar Tax Credit beneficial?
In two simple words: Enormous Savings. By taking advantage of the full 30 percent ITC, homeowners and businesses will experience tremendous savings. If you purchase a solar system after the December 31st deadline, the rebate amount will be reduced to 26 percent and you could potentially miss out on $1,000 or more in tax credit.

How to make it on time
In the report, Solar Optimum breaks down the steps needed in order to make the deadline for the full tax credit. Not only does the solar system have to be purchased before the end of the year – it must also be approved to operate within that time frame.

The white paper covers:
● An introduction to the Federal Solar Tax Credit
● A historical run-through of why the tax credit was created
● The impact the ITC has had on the solar industry
● What to do if you want to make sure you get the full benefits

Download the FREE white paper here. http://offers.solaroptimum.com/download-best-company-white-paper

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Learnability critical to developing future-ready workforce in Africa

IvieImasogie-Adigun, Group Head, HR, Sahara Group

The contracting shelf-life of skills requires African businesses to focus more on enhancing employees' ability to adapt global workplace realities

At Sahara Group where our business traverses the entire energy value chain, learnability is one of our critical employee selection criteria as it speaks to spontaneity and novelty”

— Ivie Imasogie-Adigun, Group Head, Human Resources, Sahara Group

IKOYI, LAGOS, NIGERIA, April 29, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ —
Learnability critical to developing future-ready workforce in Africa

The contracting shelf-life of skills requires African businesses to focus more on strategies that would enhance employees’ ability to adapt to unfolding global workplace realities, Ivie Imasogie-Adigun, Group Head, Human Resources, Sahara Group has said.

Imasogie-Adigun told Human Capital Professionals at a session on “Strategies to Ensure Workforce Learnability” that public and private organisations in Africa need to respond to growing digital disruptions by creating a process that identifies a candidate’s learning agility right from the hiring process as “a person’s learnability quotient is a great predictor of future success in the work place.” She went further to define ‘Learnability’ as an individual’s ability to acquire new skills efficiently, in the shortest time possible.

According to her, the impact of globalisation makes it imperative for employees to vigorously and deliberately pursue self-directed development initiatives that equip them with new skills beyond their current core areas of expertise. “Today, new skills have emerged that are quite different from what was needed about 5 years ago. LinkedIn’s talent research shows that half of today’s most in-demand skills weren’t even on the list a few years ago. As such, it is imperative that there is a drive towards constant upskilling for continued relevance.”

Experts have suggested that by 2030, the Africa continent’s working-age population will increase by two-thirds, from 370 million adults in 2010 to over 600 million . Of this population at least 52 % will receive up to a secondary education; a 16% increase compared to the existing percentage in 2010 of 36% of the population. Imasogie-Adigun noted that this trend should elicit a firm and strategic response from stakeholders across the continent to improve global competitiveness. “As 15 to 20 million increasingly well-educated young people are expected to join the African workforce every year for the next three decades, delivering the ecosystem for quality jobs – and future skills to match – will be imperative to fully leveraging the continent’s demographic dividend,” she explained, urging policy makers, the academia and human capital practitioners to lead the charge of promoting “employability as the impact of the fourth industrial revolution hovers over Africa.”

Sharing the Sahara Group experience, she said businesses can enhance the capacity and adaptability of their people by hiring for learnability, making learning a key talent strategy, investing in new technologies, rewarding personal development achievements and creating a sustainable knowledge exchange framework that can be updated periodically.

“At Sahara Group where our business traverses the entire energy value chain, learnability is one of our critical employee selection criteria as it speaks to spontaneity and novelty. Employees must be supported to learn either via learning hubs or e-learning platforms to promote knowledge acquisition across all levels in the organization. It is also imperative for organisations to encourage the creation of an informal social platform where knowledge flows freely and can be accessed seamlessly,” she concluded.

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Preparing Your AC for the Summer

Summer is just around the corner, and that means sunny days, golden brown tans, patio barbecues, and — you guessed it — AC maintenance.

ORILLIA, ONTARIO, CANADA, April 29, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Summer is just around the corner, and that means sunny days, golden brown tans, patio barbecues, and — you guessed it — AC maintenance. Your air conditioner will play a big role in your home during those hot, muggy summer days, but if it is not properly maintained, it can also blow through your budget and cost you an arm and a leg in repairs.

When an air conditioner is not used for months on end, it can collect dirt and debris. This is why an air conditioning unit requires maintenance and thorough preparation before being put to use. This ensures that it will run properly and that you won’t have to spend any unnecessary money on costly repairs. Here are some tips on preparing your air conditioning unit for the upcoming summer months.

1. Clear Dirt and Debris From Your Outdoor Unit

To promote the best air circulation possible, you will need to ensure that there is no dirt or debris near or on your outdoor AC unit. Wash or wipe dirt away from the unit and remove any debris like leaves or twigs. Trim bushes or overhanging trees and be sure to cut the grass around the unit. This will ensure that your unit runs smoothly and efficiently, providing the best air circulation possible.

2. Clean or Replace the Filters

Filters can become clogged with dust, pollen, and dirt over time, and if they are not replaced or cleaned, air flow can become restricted. Not only does this reduce your air conditioner’s efficiency, but it can also cause respiratory problems as it circulates more dust into your home. A dirty filter makes a unit work harder than is necessary, which can lead to higher energy bills, reduced efficiency, and more repairs. To keep allergens and dust to an absolute minimum, it is recommended that you change the filter on your AC unit at least once a month.

3. Clean the Condenser and Condenser Coils

Clear the base of the condenser on your AC unit, and if it has a drain, ensure that the drain is clear. Tighten any loose bolts and get rid of any excess dirt. You should also check the coils and clear it of any debris to prevent clogging.

4. Check the Lines

If the pipes on your AC unit are insulated, check to ensure the insulation hasn’t frayed. You should also check the line on your unit to make sure it is cold when in use. If the line is warm, you may need to call a specialist to add coolant.

5. Test the Unit

Finally, test out your AC unit by turning it on to make sure it is running properly.

Contact Simcoe Muskoka Home Comfort for All Your AC Maintenance Needs Today!

The last thing you want to do on the first scorching hot day of summer is turn on your air conditioner only to realize that it is not working or functioning properly. It is crucial to prepare your unit before the summer months, which is why at Simcoe Muskoka Home Comfort, we always suggest scheduling an annual maintenance.

If your AC isn't running properly, or if you want to schedule a maintenance on your unit, contact us today. We will ensure your unit is up and running just in time for the summer. We help our clients with all their heating and cooling needs at reasonable prices with industry-leading equipment. Our trained and experienced technicians are air conditioning experts, and are here to give you solutions to any HVAC challenges you have. If you are experiencing issues with your air conditioning unit or need a routine checkup before the hot summer months, contact us today for a quote.

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HOPZERO Now Visualizes The Private Organization Location Of Hacker Attacks To "Catch Phish"

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Private rfc 1918 mapping of phish attacks

HOPZERO’s Pinpoint Position Of Internal Phish Attacker

HOPZERO Internal (rfc 1918) Private Address GeoIP Creates a Visual Representation of the Network to Determine Who is Trying to Access Restricted Resources

Being able to visually see where data travels on the internet and across a global private network is a massive achievement that will allow security teams to… catch a cybercriminal red-handed”

— Bill Alderson, CTO

AUSTIN, TX, USA, April 29, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — HOPZERO Corporation, creator of HopSphere Radius Security, announced that its unique flagship product, HopSphere Radius Security, has the ability to utilize Internal GeoIP data to find the location of computers attempting to access unauthorized data. HOPZERO Internal GeoIP provides a visual representation of an internally-based threat actor or rogue employee or a machine that has been compromised and is being used by an external threat actor. Now security operators can see on a map where attacks are coming from inside an organization, not just from outside to actually catch phish.

With its latest product, HOPZERO has created an intelligent data control system to classify and protect data that should stay inside an organization, out of reach from outside or inside cyber criminals. The system protects information, and prevents data exfiltration, with a virtual perimeter that puts a networking enforced limit on how far data can travel. Attempts to breach that perimeter and transport data farther than allowed are blocked and an alert issued indicating precisely where the attack came from and what they were after for rapid remediation.

“Being able to visually see where data travels on the internet and across a global private network is a massive achievement that will allow security teams to both shut down the possibility of a data breach as well as catch a cybercriminal red-handed.” said Bill Alderson, “The result will allow major corporations and universities and governments to see where data travels and the risks to its key devices around the world.

While external GeoIP location services have existed for years and offer many productive solutions, the internal use of GeoIP has been limited. By placing an absolute limit on how far high-value data can travel or from what distance someone can access a high-value resource, the Security Operations Team can find the computer used in the attack.
HopSphere Radius Security uses a customized internal address table as well as hop count to determine the location of a computing device on the organization’s own network. A mapping of internal activity now augments the visualization map already incorporated into the solution to boost swift investigative and remediation abilities. The maps can work together to see a possible relationship between external and internal activity.

The internal location awareness in HopSphere Radius Security provides the ability to: 1.) Determine the user and computing device attempting to access a resource protected by HOPZERO 2.) Locate a computing device that may have been compromised by an external attacker and is being used as a pivot point to conduct an internal attack and data breach and 3.) See where data is going from a particular internal resource. Internal location awareness is fully incorporated into the HopSphere Radius Security solution at no extra charge. The capability is immediately available.

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Waste To Diesel Market Status and Global Forecast, by Players, Types and Applications 2019-2024

Wiseguyreports.Com Adds “Waste To Diesel -Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities and Analysis Of Top Key Player Forecast To 2024” To Its Research Database

PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, April 29, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Waste To Diesel Industry


This report focuses on the global Waste To Diesel status, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players. The study objectives are to present the Waste To Diesel development in United States, Europe and China.

The key players covered in this study 

Covanta Energy Corp. 
AMEC plc 
Plastic2Oil Inc. 
Solena Group 
Klean Industries 
Ventana Ecogreen 
Green Alliance 

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Market segment by Type, the product can be split into 
Oil & fat Waste 
Municipal Waste 
Plastic Waste

Market segment by Application, split into 

Market segment by Regions/Countries, this report covers 
United States 
Southeast Asia 
Central & South America

The study objectives of this report are: 
To analyze global Waste To Diesel status, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players. 
To present the Waste To Diesel development in United States, Europe and China. 
To strategically profile the key players and comprehensively analyze their development plan and strategies. 
To define, describe and forecast the market by product type, market and key regions.

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Table of Contents

1 Report Overview 
1.1 Study Scope 
1.2 Key Market Segments 
1.3 Players Covered 
1.4 Market Analysis by Type 
1.4.1 Global Waste To Diesel Market Size Growth Rate by Type (2014-2025) 
1.4.2 Oil & fat Waste 
1.4.3 Municipal Waste 
1.4.4 Plastic Waste 
1.5 Market by Application 
1.5.1 Global Waste To Diesel Market Share by Application (2014-2025) 
1.5.2 Gasification 
1.5.3 Pyrolysis 
1.5.4 Depolymerisation 
1.5.5 Incineration 
1.6 Study Objectives 
1.7 Years Considered

2 Global Growth Trends 
2.1 Waste To Diesel Market Size 
2.2 Waste To Diesel Growth Trends by Regions 
2.2.1 Waste To Diesel Market Size by Regions (2014-2025) 
2.2.2 Waste To Diesel Market Share by Regions (2014-2019) 
2.3 Industry Trends 
2.3.1 Market Top Trends 
2.3.2 Market Drivers 
2.3.3 Market Opportunities

12 International Players Profiles 
12.1 Covanta Energy Corp. 
12.1.1 Covanta Energy Corp. Company Details 
12.1.2 Company Description and Business Overview 
12.1.3 Waste To Diesel Introduction 
12.1.4 Covanta Energy Corp. Revenue in Waste To Diesel Business (2014-2019) 
12.1.5 Covanta Energy Corp. Recent Development 
12.2 AMEC plc 
12.2.1 AMEC plc Company Details 
12.2.2 Company Description and Business Overview 
12.2.3 Waste To Diesel Introduction 
12.2.4 AMEC plc Revenue in Waste To Diesel Business (2014-2019) 
12.2.5 AMEC plc Recent Development 
12.3 Plastic2Oil Inc. 
12.3.1 Plastic2Oil Inc. Company Details 
12.3.2 Company Description and Business Overview 
12.3.3 Waste To Diesel Introduction 
12.3.4 Plastic2Oil Inc. Revenue in Waste To Diesel Business (2014-2019) 
12.3.5 Plastic2Oil Inc. Recent Development 
12.4 Solena Group 
12.4.1 Solena Group Company Details 
12.4.2 Company Description and Business Overview 
12.4.3 Waste To Diesel Introduction 
12.4.4 Solena Group Revenue in Waste To Diesel Business (2014-2019) 
12.4.5 Solena Group Recent Development 
12.5 Klean Industries 
12.5.1 Klean Industries Company Details 
12.5.2 Company Description and Business Overview 
12.5.3 Waste To Diesel Introduction 
12.5.4 Klean Industries Revenue in Waste To Diesel Business (2014-2019) 
12.5.5 Klean Industries Recent Development 
12.6 Ventana Ecogreen 
12.6.1 Ventana Ecogreen Company Details 
12.6.2 Company Description and Business Overview 
12.6.3 Waste To Diesel Introduction 
12.6.4 Ventana Ecogreen Revenue in Waste To Diesel Business (2014-2019) 
12.6.5 Ventana Ecogreen Recent Development 
12.7 Green Alliance 
12.7.1 Green Alliance Company Details 
12.7.2 Company Description and Business Overview 
12.7.3 Waste To Diesel Introduction 
12.7.4 Green Alliance Revenue in Waste To Diesel Business (2014-2019) 
12.7.5 Green Alliance Recent Development

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