Our team and I would like to thank you for the numerous and valuable contacts as well as for the exciting projects in 2018. It is very encouraging to know that you are willing to share your knowledge with us and that you welcome our work.
We wish you a Happy New Year!
Many thanks for your excellence!
Dipl.-Ing.(TU) Werner P. Bauer
Vice President, Global WtERT Council, New York
VIVO Kommunalunternehmen für Abfall-Vermeidung, Information und Verwertung im Oberland The waste reloading station of the district Miesbach
Up to 22,000 tons of residual waste - that is the amount that is generated annually in the district of Miesbach for disposal - are pressed and reloaded here for further transport to the combined heat and power plant Rosenheim. The waste is conveyed by a wheel loader via a conveyor belt into a compressor unit and then pressed into the trailer.
dipl.ing. Senka Alić Banjan EKOS d.o.o.
Thomas Frey VIVO Kommunalunternehmen des Landkreises Miesbach
This annual report summarizes WtERT-Germany's activities, like the outcome of the website's relaunch, our consultancy projects in Croatia and Tunisia as well as hosting/delegation of guests in 2018. In addition, it gives a glimpse of what we are about to do in 2019.
MatER (Materials and Energy Recovery) 4th MatER Meeting on Innovations & Technologies in Waste Recovery is hold by WtERT-Italy Host-Organisation
WtERT-Italy-Host-Organisation MatER (Materials and Energy Recovery) is preparing for the 4th upcoming MatER Meeting on Innovations & Technologies in Waste Recovery, that will take place in Piacenza, Italy, from May 27th- May 28th.
Council of the EU Council and Parliament reach provisional agreement on new EU waste rules
In the early hours of 18 December 2017, the Estonian presidency reached a provisional agreement with representatives of the European Parliament on all four legislative proposals of the waste package. EU ambassadors will be briefed on the outcome on 20 December, but the final analysis and endorsement on behalf of the Council is planned for the first quarter of next year.
WtERT Germany Tunisian delegation visited Bavarian WtE-Plants
A tunisian delegation came to Munich during 26 th- 30 th of November 2018. They visited the technical site at municipal utilities, city of Rosenheim, as well as BSA GmbH to take a look at construction waste recycling, bio waste fermentation and recycling of electronic waste. To round off the program, a workshop with contributions from Tunisian and Bavarian experts took place.
WtERT Professor Ange Nzihou has been awarded the
Grand Prix 2018 of the Academy of Sciences of France
We are delighted to announce that Professor Ange Nzihou has been awarded the Grand Prix 2018 of the Academy of Sciences of France in collaboration with the Institut Mines Telecom.
ESWET and CEWEP Waste-to-Energy’s contribution to the “Long-term EU greenhouse gas emissions reductions strategy”ESWET and CEWEP
This position paper outlines the GHG emissions savings potential of Waste-to-Energy and lays down policy recommendations in the areas of waste, energy, climate, infrastructure and research and innovation to achieve this potential. For instance, it is explained how, with proper waste management in place, far more than 200 million tonnes of CO2 eq can be avoided annually.
CIWM - Darrel Moore “No Evidence” Linking Birth Defects To Incinerators, Study Finds
There is “no evidence for increased risk” linking birth defects and infant mortality to UK municipal waste incinerators, according to the findings of a recently published study.
BB Divers Koh Kood The Ocean isn’t the world’s trash bin
Under Water Clean up 2018 organized by BB divers Koh Kood Thailand.
1700 kg of trash were collected by nearly 300 volunteers.