waste incineration sector Articles

  • What does Brexit mean for demand of UK Refuse

    Demand for UK refuse derived fuel (RDF) exports to fill up incinerator capacity in Europe is likely to continue even if Britain leaves the European Union in June, waste experts have suggested. The market for the export of UK waste to the mainland, especially the Netherlands, is to be viewed as one which has a high degree of certainty going forward: Brexit or no Brexit. The export of UK waste is ...


    By GPT Waste Management Ltd

  • What does Brexit mean for demand of UK Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF)?

    Demand for UK refuse derived fuel (RDF) exports to fill up incinerator capacity in Europe is likely to continue even if Britain leaves the European Union in June, waste experts have suggested. The market for the export of UK waste to the mainland, especially the Netherlands, is to be viewed as one which has a high degree of certainty going forward: Brexit or no Brexit. The export of UK ...


    By GPT Waste Management Ltd

  • The municipal solid waste incineration sector in Europe: a study of harmonisation and its impact

    This article discusses how Sustainable Development and Quality Management meet a common target. Companies that excel in Best Available Technology (BAT) respond to expanding sets of expectation of the client and of the legislator. The paper analyses the link between governance, lobbying, and the emergence of economic and environmental feasibility of current quality management factors. In ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Why is Energy-from-Waste slow to catch on in the U.S.?

    Nithin Coca reports in TriplePundit that Energy-from-Waste (EfW) is growing fast in Europe and parts of Asia. But it’s relatively stagnant here in the United States. In fact, the percentage of waste we burn for energy is actually slightly down in the past five years. What’s holding the U.S. back from this potentially sustainable solution? This stagnation is even more ...

  • 2016 has been a momentous year

    Solving more waste management problems for more companies and organisations than ever before has been just one of our many achievements. At this time of year it is always good to look back over the previous twelve months and reflect on what we have achieved.  2016, we have to say, has been an excellent year for Matthews Environmental Solutions because in addition to overcoming a significant ...

  • The use of thermal plasma technology for treating air pollution control residues

    Energy from waste (EFW) is an exciting industry to be in right now in the UK. As pointed out by Euston Ling and Dr. Adam Read's article "The Shifting Landscape for Renewable Energy in the UK" {Waste Advantage Magazine, June 2011), the EFW capacity in the UK is set to grow strongly in the next 10 years, with some commentators predicting a three-fold increase in EFW capacity from the current 4 ...


    By Waste Advantage Magazine

  • Addfield receives highly prestigious ‘Board of Trade’ award.

    Achieving further recognition for continuing international success on Thursday the 6th September, Managing Director Steve Lloyd joined a select number of innovative UK companies at the Manufacturing Technology Centre in Coventry to receive their latest business award.  Presented by the Secretary of State for International Trade Dr Liam Fox MP after having been awarded the highly respected ...

  • 4.5 MWe Refuse Derived Fuel to Energy Plant Case Study

    This 4.5 MWe Biomass Power Plant is one of the turnkey products of Biomass Power. The plant has a capacity of 24 MW thermal and rated at 4.5 MWe producing 35,476MWh of green electricity per year, 100% of which is exported to the grid. The fuel used is segregated biomass from a commercial and industrial waste collection business. The fuel is produced by removing some of the recyclable material ...


    By Biomass Power Limited (BPL)

  • Paving the Way for Corporate Benchmarking in the Waste Sector

    Most of the major players in the waste industry have begun publishing environmental performance data using a set of indicators developed in a ground-breaking initiative with the Green Alliance. Companies are clear that there are internal and external benefits to be gained from the exercise, but opinion is divided over whether the indicators can be used to compare companies' performance. ...

  • Hazardous Waste Generation in Selected European Countries: Comparability of Classification Systems and Quantities

     Executive summary Background & methodology The purpose of this report is to review existing data on hazardous waste for the period 1993-1996 and to try to improve the comparability of the data. The report has been prepared by the European Topic Centre on Waste (ETC/W) as part of the work programme of the European Environment Agency (EEA). ...

  • Assessing the Impacts of the Iran Nuclear Deal on Climate Change

    Introduction On July 14, 2015, the international economic boycott levied against Iran was scheduled to conclude. In concert with the European Union and the P5+1, the Islamic Republic agreed to a Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) whereby its capacity for nuclear development would be dramatically curtailed. Among other requirements, Iran is mandated, for a period of 15 years, to ...


    By Climate Institute

  • Highly recommended case study

    Füllgraf GmbH & Co. Möbelwerkstätten und Küchenstudio KG with its registered office in Bad Arolsen is self sufficient – at least when it comes to heating its production hall and the adjacent exhibition rooms together with the administrative offices. The company with its over 60 years of history uses the WL 4 single-shaft shredder from WEIMA Maschinenbau GmbH of ...


    By WEIMA

  • Cart-Based Organics Collection. Citizens Drive 65 Percent Diversion System

    For better or worse, citizens opposing waste management projects usually end up being labeled as NIMBYs — not in my backyard. This could have been the case in Halifax, Nova Scotia but instead, the citizens took their opposition one step further, basically taking the design for an acceptable waste management system into their own hands. In the process, they laid out the foundation for an ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Citizens Drive 65 Percent Diversion System

    For better or worse, citizens opposing waste management projects usually end up being labeled as NIMBYs — not in my backyard. This could have been the case in Halifax, Nova Scotia but instead, the citizens took their opposition one step further, basically taking the design for an acceptable waste management system into their own hands. In the process, they laid out the foundation for an ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Innovative emissions monitoring uptake soars

    Firms in the UK’s waste and power sectors are proactively seeking Best Available Techniques for emissions monitoring, according to Enviro Technology. Over recent months there has been a surge in demand for sophisticated equipment, such as monitors of total gaseous mercury. The air quality and emissions monitoring specialist believes that a combination of factors, such as the recast ...

  • Cement Manufacturing - Balancing Growth with Air Quality Requirements

    In most areas of the U.S., it appears that the recession is a bad memory and the signs of recovery are all around us. As described by the Portland Cement Association (PCA) on its website[1], “following the strongest cement consumption gains in seven (7) years in 2012, cement consumption growth will continue in 2013 with a 6.2% increase.” PCA continues to explain that “the ...


    By All4 Inc.

  • The myth of `residual waste`

    Recently, I was asked by my good friend John Nicholson (a consultant and contributing editor to this magazine) to address a meeting of the Air and Waste Management Association (AWMA) Ontario Sector, regarding my position on generating energy from 'residual waste.' This invitation provided me with the opportunity to research the composition of so-called residual waste -- you know, the roughly 35 ...

  • Deep in the Dumps? How municipalities can avert a waste disposal crisis

    Municipalities across Canada are looking for economical and environmental methods to improve their waste management diversion methods. Some are scrambling to assess and extend landfill disposal capacity and others are trying to dramatically increase their diversion rates. Many are initiating a combination of strategies. Canada's largest city has arguably received the most attention with regard to ...

  • Composting generates cash for greenhouse gas benefits

    Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX) recently finalized an initiative to develop a protocol for issuing offsets to projects that avoid greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions through composting or other similar approaches. This article explores the development of the new protocol, reviews its key attributes and describes how an entity can earn tradable credits for its GHG mitigation project. In 1992, the U.S. ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • 15 U.S. Corporations pledge to halve food waste by 2030

    Fifteen United States-based corporations have openly pledged to cut food loss and waste in their operations 50 percent by 2030. This reduction aligns with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, which call for cutting “per capita global food waste at the retail and consumer levels and reduce food losses along production and supply chains, including post-harvest losses” in ...


    By Fluence Corporation

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