Knowledge gained of the diverse possibilities of waste management is essential for sustainable decision-making!
Werner P. Bauer
Vice President, Global WtERT Council, New York
W. L. Gore & Associates GmbH Composting of Sewage Sludge in Kirchbichl, Austria
The ARAB Kirchbichl plant in Tyrol, Austria uses the GORE® Cover Process Technology in order to compost sewage sludge whilst reducing odors and emissions. 6 GORE® Cover system units in the intensive rotting phase have been installed in 2009.
Dr. Sunil Kumar National Environmental Engineering Research Institute, WtERT India
M.Sc. Holger Saar WtERT Germany GmbH / ia GmbH – Wissensmanagement und Ingenieurleistungen
BSA GmbH Business with Construction Waste in Gmund, Germany
BSA GmbH in D-83703 Gmund, a specialist waste management company according to the German §52 KrW-/AbfG, takes construction waste and processes it into substitute building materials.
Technische Betriebsdienste Reutlingen Anti-Littering-Campaign in Reutlingen, Germany
In Reutlingen, 300 citizens have been showing their full commitment to their city for 15 years: They own a sponsorship for a "piece of Reutlingen", an initiative of the TBR. The people of Reutlingen are responsible and dedicated to this sponsorship by maintaining and upgrading public spaces.
Recy&DepoTech 2018 Municipal Solid Waste Management in Lahore, Pakistan - Characterization and Energy ContentM. Azam, S. Setoodeh & F. Winter
With rapid increase in population and urbanization, uncontrolled municipal
solid waste system is causing public health and environmental issues in the mega
cities of Pakistan. This study aims to investigate municipal solid waste (MSW) of Lahore, 2nd biggest city of Pakistan with a population of eleven million according to census,
Abfallwirtschaftsgesellschaft Nordfriesland mbH Transfer Station on North German Islands
The islands of Föhr and Amrum are home to two of the four waste Transfer stations in the district of Nordfriesland. The various types of waste are reloaded here into roll-off containers and then prepared for transport from the islands to the mainland by ferry.
Recy&DepoTech 2018 Characterization of Fine Fractions from Landfill Mining - A Case Study of a Landfill Site in BelgiumJ.C. Hernández Parrodi
C. García López, K. Raulf & T. Pretz
B. Küppers, D. Höllen & R. Pomberger
In general terms, landfill mining (LFM) and enhanced landfill mining (ELFM) aim for the mitigation of the pollution originating from landfill sites, reduction of aftercare and closure costs, land reclaim in urban areas, material recovery and, among many others, regaining landfill capacity.
Recy&Depotech 2018 Disposal of British Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) in Continental EuropeJan Schlecht
Dipl.-Kfm. Andreas Sauter
Dr. rer. nat. Torsten Zeller
CUTEC developed within a research project an expert report to estimate and to compare the environmental impact of various options for the removal of municipal solid waste (MSW) in the United Kingdom (UK).
Recy&DepoTech 2018 Waste Management 4.0 - Optimization of Waste Collection and Recycling Logistics in Irkutsk (Russia)O.V. Ulanova & M.A. Shevela
Waste management 4.0 provides the rational use of natural and technical resources, maximized energy saving efficiency, secondary processing of all wastes, and the production of new products, raw materials, or energy from them. Waste management 4.0 is an integral part of the smart city development concept.
STADLER Anlagenbau GmbH Mechanical-biological treatment plant (MBT) in Granada, Spain
The plant Ecocentral Granada was a renovation and an expansion of the old sorting and composting plant Loma de Manzanares. It is a hybrid plant, as it is able to process, with the same equipment and on different shifts, the organic fraction and the packaging waste. The plant was designed to achieve a capacity of 450.000 tons organic waste per year. In 2015 this plant processed 356.000 tons of organic waste and 8.100 tons of packaging waste.