ESWET & CEWEP Map the Role of Energy Recovery in a Circular Economy 2020-02-12 14:40:11 IN DEPTH: Squaring the Circle of Waste to Energy’s Future By 2035 EU Member States will be permitted to dispose of no more than 10% of their MSW to landfill, but large quantities remain unrecyclable. To ‘square this circle’, both ESWET and CEWEP have recently outlined the long-term need for waste to energy. read more ... CEWEP on the Best Available Techniques (BAT) Conclusions for Waste Incineration 2019-12-05 13:34:58 Waste-to-Energy Sector Welcomes New Ambitious Standards for Health and Environmental Protection After a 5-year review process, the Best Available Techniques Conclusions for Waste Incineration were published in the Official Journal of the EU. read more ... Energy from Waste Conference to Bring Attendees from Around the World to London 2019-12-05 12:12:55 The Role of Waste to Energy – Supporting the Move to a Low Carbon Economy There is no doubt that the waste management industry can play a positive role in the drive against climate change. With discussions going on at COP25 in Madrid, it's timely to look at an event which explores the role of waste to energy in a low carbon future. read more ... Bright Future for Waste to Energy as Part of a Circular Economy 2019-10-02 12:30:04 Electricity, Heat and Fuels - ESWET’s Waste-to-Energy Vision for 2050 The European Suppliers of Waste-to-Energy Technology has unveiled its vision for ‘Waste-to-Energy 2050: clean technologies for sustainable waste management’. read more ... Minimum of 142mt of Residual Waste Likely Even with Optimum Waste Treatment 2019-07-29 10:51:32 CEWEP’s Peer-Reviewed Circular Economy Calculation Tool 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. read more ... No Rush to Implement BAT Conclusions for Waste to Energy Plants 2019-07-12 16:14:50 IN DEPTH: The ‘Unsaid’ of the Waste Incineration BREF BAT Conclusions 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. read more ... Achieved Circular Economy Targets Will Leave Major Capacity Gap 2019-06-17 11:16:39 Peer Reviewed CEWEP Calculations Show 42mt Residual Waste Gap in 2035 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. read more ...
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