There have been numerous news items in the last few months showing that activity in landfill energy systems is continuing at a high level in the US. The most popular of the landfill energy systems is landfill gas utilization, and progress with new LFG extraction and generationÂ schemes is being announced every week, following EPA initiatives […]
Energy from Waste and Incineration is good. It is hard to imagine any objection to using energy which would have been lost if it had been placed in a landfill. But…
Grimsby’s energy from waste plant takes about 80,000 tonnes of the area’s waste, and has done since 2005.
People usually know what Incineration but have not a clue about what Mechanical Biological Treatment Plants do, although it is likely that both are being considered as alternatives to landfilling waste in your district. If that’s you too, then get the answers here!
The ISWA White Paper on Waste and Climate Change puts forth the technologies and mechanisms which can transform the waste sector into a net global reducer of GHG emissions, and making the necessary commitments to assist this change.
In 2009 in the UK a number of things came together which changed the waste management scene like never before. Waste, Yes! Common rubbish became a resource and an opportunity.
That Energy from Waste is by far the most popular waste technology for the UK’s top waste management companies for landfill diversion after recycling is again being demonstrated by this announcement from WRG.
Can Scotland really achieve Zero Waste? So far, things are looking good. However, the reports available suggest that in terms of the 40 percent target set for 2010, Scotland was at 34 percent as of March of this year. So there is therefore a significant amount to do… Read more!
It a good news announcement for UK MBT Plants. Global building solutions provider CEMEX is forming a partnership with the Waste Recycling Group (WRG) PLC to produce Climafuel, an renewable fuel known as SRF (Solid Recovered Fuel) derived from waste, for use in cement making at the Rugby cement plant.