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  • VCEM 5100 Flow Monitor gains MCERTS certification

    CODEL International is pleased to announce that the VCEM 5100 flow monitor has successfully received MCERTS certification. The VCEM 5100 was tested by TUV Rhineland at a power station operating under Waste Incineration Directive and is certified to QAL1 of EN 15267 for use on all EU regulated stationary ...


    By Codel International Ltd

  • Waste wood – the untapped resource for Biomass Fuel

    The huge potential of reusing waste wood as fuel is being wasted, Environment Minister Joan Ruddock has warned. The significant carbon and energy benefits of recovering energy from waste wood are detailed in a new information report on the sector that surveys the activities of producers, aggregators and users of waste wood. Recycling and energy markets for clean, virgin wood have been growing in ...

  • CODEL VCEM5100 Flow Monitor certified by TUV Rheinland

    CODEL International is pleased to announce that the VCEM 5100 flow monitor has successfully received certification under QAL 1 of EN 15267 requirements.  Tested by TUV Rheinland at a power station operating under the Waste Incineration Directive, the VCEM 5100 is certified for use on all EU regulated stationary emissions. The ...


    By Codel International Ltd

  • New Technology Helps Monitor Potentially Toxic Incinerator Emissions

    Casella ETi (UK), has installed two 'Amesa ' systems (Absorption Method for Sampling of Dioxins and Furans) at the Isle of Man 'Energy from Waste' (EfW) incinerator' - the first in the UK to have a continous dioxin sample system permanently installed. Until recently technology has not been available to accurately measure dioxin and furan emissions. Rita Greenwood, Environmental Manager at ...


    By Casella

  • Industry first for Enviro Technology’s continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems

    Air quality monitoring specialists, Enviro Technology, have achieved an industry first becoming the only UK supplier of Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems (CEMS) to meet the new, revised MCERTS certification version 3.3 for performance standards and test procedures. As part of stringent UK and European regulations, industrial companies regulated by the Environment Agency are required to ...

  • Enviro Technology enhances EPC offering

    Enviro Technology is enhancing its service to Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contractors with a dedicated engineer-led team focused on the air emissions monitoring needs of this sector.   The team’s approach is underpinned by engineering skill to ensure individual application appraisal and the development of tailored solutions. This leads to a comprehensive proposal ...

  • Mineralogical firm calls Government tax on waste oil `bizarre`

    A minerals manufacturer has called the current tax on the use of waste oil “bizarre” and believes the Government is actually incentivising the use of virgin fossil fuels rather than re-use fuels. The firm, which does not want to be named, asserts that it cannot use fuel derived from waste oil because it is not economically viable since the Government started taxing it in November 2008. Having ...

  • FTIR for CEM’s and VOC’s monitoring

    As major contributors to environmental emissions, the waste incineration and power generation industries require both continuous and periodic emissions monitoring to ensure each plant is within Emission Limit Values (ELVs). FTIR provide to perform emissions monitoring solutions for the range of standard incineration or “combustion” gases, both inorganic species such as CO, NOx, SO2, ...

  • BMH Enviro’s waste crusher produces RDF with 70% biomass content

    BMH Enviro’s Tyrannosaurus® heavy-duty crushers convert waste into refuse-derived fuel (RDF) that is 70% biomass according to CEN 15747, a method that can determine the renewable content of most materials. Using RDF with high biomass content helps companies lower their greenhouse gas (GHG) inventories and obtain more carbon credits in cap-and-trade programs. Companies in ...


    By Beta Analytic Inc.

  • AquaCritox®: The World First in Sustainable Sludge Destruction

    Irish firm SCFI has successfully commercialised an innovative, unique technology to provide a sustainable solution for wastewater treatment and sludge disposal. Its product, AquaCritox®, delivers complete organic waste destruction that is fully sustainable, environmentally friendly, efficient and cost-effective. AquaCritox is especially suitable for the treatment of sewage, drinking water ...


    By SCFI Group Limited

  • EC launches debate on the management of bio-waste

    This week the European Commission presented a discussion paper on the management of bio-waste in the European Union. Bio-waste – biodegradable garden, kitchen and food waste – accounts for around one third of municipal waste and has major potential impacts on the environment. When disposed of in landfill sites, it emits methane – a powerful greenhouse gas which is 23 times more potent than carbon ...

  • WASTE INCINERATOR REPORTING MADE EASIER FOLLOWING THE LAUNCH OF INNOVATIVE REPORTING SOFTWARE

    In a direct response to the launch of the new EC directive for waste incinerators, Enviro Technology Services plc – the leading UK supplier of environmental monitoring instrumentation and systems – has further extended its offering to customers by adding the ...

  • European Week for Waste Reduction begins

    We talk about the importance of the "3Rs" – encouraging citizens to Reduce, Reuse and Recycle – but it is the first R that is the most important. For the next 7 days the European Week for Waste Reduction (EWWR) will be putting this in the spotlight. The aim is to increase awareness about how we can change habits in Europe, and also to encourage debate on issues of resource efficiency ...

  • Frost & Sullivan: Recycling and recovery drive the industrial waste management services market in Europe

    The industrial waste management services sector has a strongly positioned $75 billion market in Europe, driven by the growth and demand for value-added services such as recycling and recovery. According to Frost & Sullivan, most countries are working towards limiting landfill disposal, and are favouring energy recovery from waste and material recovery through recycling, due to legislative ...


    By Frost & Sullivan

  • Energy-from-waste can help NHS to meet carbon targets

    Energy-from-waste facilities can play a bigger role in dealing with residual waste not suitable for recycling for National Health Service Sites, according to Scottish-based waste management training consultancy WamCal. Speaking after the publication of the NHS Carbon Reduction Strategy, published on 27 January, WamCal project manager Alastair Rogers told MRW that the strategy was “encouraging” ...

  • What is the best way to manage urban waste?

    Towns and cities generate huge volumes of waste that are often disposed of as landfill. In a new study, researchers explain that sorting urban waste into organic and inorganic streams, which can be turned into energy and fertiliser, offers a much more efficient and environmentally friendly solution. Each year, 1.3 billion tonnes of waste is thrown away in the EU. In several European countries, ...

  • Waste-to-Energy - A burning issue for tomorrow`s cities

    Long considered a costly problem, municipal solid waste is now emerging as an important revenue-generating feedstock for waste-to-energy systems. As municipalities look to improve energy efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions as part of their sustainability planning initiatives, new and innovative methods for burning wastes to generate heat and power are emerging. And while, at first ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

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