CEWEP has published a peer-reviewed tool to allow stakeholders to calculate how the waste weight shifts between recycling/composting, landfilling and the need for residual waste treatment.
With the Best Available Techniques (BAT) conclusions on Waste Incineration expected to be finalised this summer, Hubert de Chefdebien, Chairman of the ESWET Technical Working Group and Deputy-President of CEWEP, advises stakeholders against a hasty use of the BAT conclusions.
New peer-reviewed CEWEP calculations show that 142 million tonnes of residual waste treatment capacity will be needed by 2035 in order to fulfil the currently set EU targets on municipal waste and assuming that recycling targets are achieved.
Taxonomy: Should facts guide the EU Commission and the European Parliament? What to do after recycling with residual waste? Patrick Clerens, ESWET Secretary General discusses the issues…
In December 2017 an agreement was reached on the Circular Economy Package in the EU inter-institutional negotiations. Now, an important time begins when Europe has to walk the talk.
The 2018 edition of the Energy from Waste Conference is just around the corner - taking place on 28th February - 1st March at etc.venues, County Hall in Central London.
CEWEP has welcomed the Commission’s Communication on the interface between chemical, product and waste legislation.
The Energy from Waste Conference 2018, taking place 27th February-1st March 2018 in London, will have a theme of Economic and Operational Best Practice for Successful Energy from Waste Project Delivery.
Waste to energy & resource recycling management firm, Cory Riverside Energy, has today unveiled plans to build an integrated, low-carbon energy park at its site in Belvedere, South East London.
The first draft of the Waste Incineration Best Available Techniques Reference Documents was published in May. CEWEP’s Scientific and Technical Officer, Lighea Speziale, throws some light on the Situation.