We are excited about the enormous potential for mitigation of GHG emissions in shutting down of Landfills!
„With regard to the status quo, the net results for the OECD countries, the USA, India and Egypt show that methane emissions from landfilling are the main contributor to the GHG burdens.*)
Werner P. Bauer, Managing Director, WtERT Germany GmbH
*) The Climate Change Mitigation Potential of the Waste Sector, Federal Environemnt Agency (Germany) 2011
Argus GmbH Methodology, Design and Implementation of Solid Waste Analysis (SWA)
The ARGUS approach consists of a well developed sampling and sorting methodology and an evaluation process to predict the accuracy of the SWA results. According to the local circumstances we can propose three different methodologies for SWA. The differences are found primarily in taking the sampling units.
Julius Nkansah-Nyarko Energy Commission
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Martin Faulstich CUTEC Institut an der TU Clausthal
Bundesministerium für Umwelt, Naturschutz und nukleare Sicherheit (Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety) Global debate on carbon pricing gaining momentum
Carbon Pricing Week in Berlin from 21 to 25 October 2019
WtERT Germany Waste Management´s Response to Climate Change, October 2019
Our Crowd Sourcing Campaign is supported by the global WtERT network, represented by seventeen organizations from thirteen countries.
WtERT Germany Sustainable Waste Management Project in Tunisia, October 2019
As subcontractor from Fraunhofer Umsicht, WtERT Germany started the realization of the Tunisian waste management´s modernization as planned in 2018.
Department of Waste Utilization and Waste Management, Montanuniversität Leoben Call for Papers, Recy & DepoTech 2020
With more than 500 participants, Recy & DepoTech has developed into Austria's biggest waste management conference over the past few years. For the 15th time, representatives from science and industry will meet between November 18th and 20th, 2020, in Leoben, to discuss current topics in waste management and technology.
Current State of Waste Management in SingaporeChi-Hwa Wang
Being a small, low lying island city-state, Singapore is naturally vulnerable to the impact of climate change. With increasing urban density and limited availability of land, Singapore has to strategize to prepare and adapt early to climate change.
Confederation of European Waste-to-Energy Plants Waste-to-Energy is at Home in Circular Economy: CEWEP Presents Sustainability Roadmap 2035
On 24th September 2019 CEWEP, representing the operators of European Waste-to-Energy plants launched the first ever Waste-to-Energy Sustainability Roadmap. The new document, presented in front of more than 100 European policymakers, stakeholders and industry representatives in Brussels details the sector’s vision to 2035 showing how the Waste-to-Energy sector provides essential services to the society.
Thermal insulation packaging for cold-chain deliveries made from feathersElena Dieckmann, Balázs Nagy, Kika Yiakoumetti, Leila Sheldrick, Christopher Cheeseman,
This paper reports on new thermal insulation packaging materials made from feathers. Clean and disinfected feathers from the poultry industry have been processed into fibres and air laid using commercial pilot-plant facilities to form non-woven feather fibre composite mats.
ANGed - Agence Nationale de Gestion des Déchets Transfer Center of Kram, Tunisia
Transfer stations are of particular importance for the development towards sustainable waste management, as they are a precondition for closing and rehabilitating local dumps, which are often unsecured. ANGed is aware of this special importance and has realised different sizes and examples of transfer stations where the waste is reloaded depending on the expected quantity.