Combustion Waste News

  • Tidy Planet Energy attending RWM 2019

    The annual RWM expo is almost here and we’re looking forward to meeting businesses who are searching for innovative solutions to harness the resource potential of their troublesome waste streams. The event opens its doors 11-12th September and will see over 500 exhibitors and 22,000 visitors attend. And we’re one of ...


    By Tidy Planet Limited

  • Moving Grate Waste to Energy Solutions

    New for 2019 - a range of small scale waste to energy solutions aimed specifically at the waste management industry. Suitable for RDF and MSF waste streams. We identified the need to provide an all-inclusive W2E system allowing serious waste management from storage and feed through to final conversion of the heat and gases into energy. From the technological and commercial standpoint this ...


    By Inciner8 Limited

  • Venice 2018 Symposium

    Mr. Yusuke Tanaka, our marketing manager is going to give a speech on behalf of Plantec Inc. in the upcoming international conference, “Venice 2018 Symposium – 7th international symposium on energy from biomass and waste” as below. Conference: Venice 2018 Symposium Date: 15 October, 2018 ...

  • Landfill mining: emptying landfills

    Four plants for the treatment of municipal solid waste have already been produced and shipped and another two lines are planned for early 2018: these will ensure landfill emptying projects get under way in some provinces of Thailand. Lines capable of processing up to 40 tons of waste an hour, consisting of the multi-crusher (the flagship of the ...


    By Forrec srl

  • SF50 is to be part of university’s biohazard waste disposal programme

    One of the latest models from our world-regarded Surefire® waste incinerator range is now all completed, packed, crated and is waiting in our workshop ready to be shipped to the Egerton University in Nairobi, Kenya, where it has been specified as the perfect solution to deal with their biohazard waste disposal ...

  • Tidy Planet plant generating 22,500kW of daily energy at London airports

    The sophisticated energy recovery plants that food waste experts Tidy Planet devised for DHL, are now producing 25,500kW of heat per day from the food waste at London’s Heathrow and Gatwick airports. The technology hit the headlines back in November 2016 when Gatwick became the world’s first airport to begin disposing of food and catering waste on-site and this year they will start to ...


    By UNTHA UK LTD

  • A New Benchmark in Company Development

    Today Dutch Incinerators celebrated a new benchmark in company development with a Buddhist prayer ritual marking the first day of site construction. ...


    By Dutch Incinerators BV

  • DHL and Gatwick open Tidy Planet supplied waste to energy plant

    Logistics firm DHL has formally opened a £3.8 million biomass burning facility at Gatwick Airport – which it is claimed is the ‘first of its kind in the world’ to treat Category 1 waste from international flights.Catering waste including food and packaging coming into the airport from non-EU flights is classed as ‘Category 1’ – which is deemed a high risk ...


    By Tidy Planet Limited

  • Axion Consulting launches Fire Prevention Plan service

    Axion Consulting has launched a new Fire Prevention Plan (FPP) service aimed at helping waste site operators to minimise fire risk at their premises and meet regulatory requirements. Introduced by the Environment Agency (EA) in 2014, FPPs aim to reduce fires on waste sites by 50% from their 2011 levels. FPPs are now a compulsory requirement of the agency’s application process for new ...


    By Axion Group

  • Another incinerator unit bound for Africa

    Although Matthews’ waste incinerators are being exported to a growing number of destinations around the world, one of our strongest markets remains the East Africa countries that are serviced by Plenser Limited, our long-established agents in Kenya.  Right now in our workshops we are putting the finishing touches to the latest waste ...

  • Converting Carbon Dioxide Directly Into Ethanol

    In a new twist to waste-to-fuel technology, scientists at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory have developed an electrochemical process that uses tiny spikes of carbon and copper to turn carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas, into ethanol. Their finding, which involves nanofabrication and catalysis science, was serendipitous.  ...


    By Smart Grid Observer

  • Chinese waste treated using European technology

    REDWAVE specialises in sorting systems for the recycling industry, with its German branch focused on mechanical biological waste treatment - a product offering which has caught the eye of customers in China. Austrian-German technology firm REDWAVE has received another order for a household waste pre-treatment plant which will be built in the south east of China. Through use of mechanical ...

  • Landfill and Biogas gas monitoring

    Landfill and biogas provide a source of readily available and renewable energy. However, as a source of energy care has to be taken to understand and quantify impurities in the raw gas that can have an effect on either the amount of energy products, or contaminants that can foul the energy generators (siloxanes). ETG can provide analysis solutions to qualify and quantify these impurities. Gas ...

  • Fire safety: prevention is better than cure

    Peter Streinik, UNTHA’s head of business unit waste, recently authored an article for Recycling Today. He was asked to look at the combustible nature of materials present within typical Energy from Waste (EfW) streams, and the extent to which this makes alternative fuel production plants vulnerable to ...

  • Fire safety: prevention is better than cure

    Peter Streinik, UNTHA’s head of business unit waste, recently authored an article for Recycling Today. He was asked to look at the combustible nature of materials present within typical Energy from Waste (EfW) streams, and the extent to which this makes alternative fuel production plants vulnerable to ...

  • Eco Waste Solutions has acquired the Enercon Waste to Energy Technology

    Eco Waste Solutions (EWS) is pleased to announce the 4th generation Enercon waste-to-energy (WTE) technology with new innovations for improved efficiency and operational reliability. Enercon Systems’ time-tested WTE technology has proven to be practical, reliable, and cost-effective for more than 30 years. This technology is the ideal choice for small- to medium-sized communities as it can ...


    By Eco Waste Solutions

  • Wrigley opening ceremony highlights Anguil RTO

    High-ranking, Wrigley officials from both China and the United States were in attendance for an opening ceremony at the Shanghai plant this past May.  Members of the local Environmental Bureau and government leaders in the crowd praised the company for their efforts to reduce air pollutants like Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs). The plant recently commissioned Anguil Environmental Asia to ...

  • Chinese waste treated with European technology

    Another pre-treatment plant for household waste was ordered for the south-east of China from the Austrian-German technology firm REDWAVE. By using mechanical biological treatment (MBT) it will dry and sort the waste for a local waste-to-energy (WTE) plant. The capacity of the facility will amount to 650,000 tons annualy respectively 1,800 tons per day. The purchaser of the plant is a private ...

  • Sweco to strengthen power supply in Warsaw

    As part of Poland’s ambition to decrease the amount of waste that goes to landfills, Sweco has been commissioned to design a waste-to-energy plant. The plant, that will be located in Warsaw, will be the largest one in Poland and will contribute to the region’s electricity supply. The customer is the municipal waste treatment agency Miejskie Przedsiębiorstwo Oczyszczania. The ...


    By Sweco

  • Sweco to Strengthen Power Supply in Warsaw

    As part of Poland’s ambition to decrease the amount of waste that goes to landfills, Sweco has been commissioned to design a waste-to-energy plant. The plant, that will be located in Warsaw, will be the largest one in Poland and will contribute to the region’s electricity supply. The customer is the municipal waste treatment agency Miejskie Przedsiębiorstwo Oczyszczania. The ...


    By Sweco

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