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Dr. Ella Stengler CEWEP Confederation of European Waste to Energy Plants
How to support Carbon Reduction and Circularity by Suitable Waste ManagementDipl.-Ing. (TU) Werner P. Bauer
In today's world, "decarbonization" seems to be the most important buzzword in environmental and climate policy. It is probably due to the general fascination with "geoengineering" that many first think of carbon capture and storage.
October 2022 EEC/WTERT Bi-Annual Conference took place in New York
"Sustainable Waste Management: The Forefront of Innovation" was the topic under which Prof. Marco Castaldi's organising team gathered a wide range of presentations from around the world:
Hitachi Zosen Inova Steinmüller GmbH Increasing the Overall Plant Efficiency of WtE Plants by Means of Combustion Air Humidification
Initial operating experience from the plant in Vilnius
Experts / Involved Parties
Shauny Qu BASF SE
Ph. D. Yoon-Seok Chang Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology
Ph.D. Dong-Hoon Lee University of Seoul
Current Status of Healthcare Waste Generation and Management of a Facility for Sterilization and Crushing of Healthcare waste in the Republic of Korea
In this study, the status of healthcare waste generation and treatment, management system in Korea was investigated to figure out the overall status.
The Current Situation of Waste to Energy and Towards Carbon Neutrality in Material Cycles and Waste Management in JapanMasaki Takaoka
The incineration ratio of municipal solid waste in Japan is approximately 80%.
Evaluation of the recycling potential in accordance with pretreatment efficiency for ash discharged from waste incineration facilities in KoreaMyung Kyu Choi, Jang-Hyun Kang, Young-Sam Yoon, Heung-Min Yoo, Hang Seok Choi
Due to recent policy changes in South Korea, the amount of incineration ash(IA) is expected to increase due to additional installation of incineration facilities or increased operation of incineration facilities.
History of WtE Technologies and Their Development in KoreaYong-Chil Seo
Waste should be managed by the principle with the concept of ‘integrated waste management’, which includes four options (Reduce, Recycle, Waste to Energy (WtE) or Combustion, and Landfill) implementing in order with priority.
Expected Multirole of New Age WtE Facility for SDGs and Circular Economy in SeoulDong Hoon Lee
WtE offers an opportunity for “zero waste” by reducing over 90% of the MSW and yielding ash as a by-product and guarantees the minimum emission of pollutants into the environment.
Long-Term Health Impact Monitoring Results of WtE Facilities in SeoulYoon-Seok Chang
This study investigated polychlorinated dibenzodioxins and dibenzofurans (PCDD/Fs) in air (n=108) and human serum (n=1,802) samples collected over 20 years
Applicability Assessment of a Plasma Melting Process for a Sustainable Fly Ash Recycling System in South KoreaJang-Hyun Kang, Myung Kyu Choi, Young-sam Yoon, Soo-Yeon Hong, Ki-Man Park, and Heung-min Yoo
In this study, municipal solid waste incineration fly ash (MSWIFA) was selected as a research target because it cannot be recycled in a sustainable recycling technology
ESWET The EU should reaffirm the role of Waste-to-Energy in the circular economy
ESWET welcomes the European Commission’s 2023 Work Programme and the renewal of the Green Deal’s ambitions.
Integrated assessment of a new Waste-to-Energy facility in Central Greece in the context of regional perspectives G.Perkoulidisa, Papageorgioua, Karagiannidis, S.Kalogirou
The main aim of this study is the integrated assessment of a proposed Waste-to-Energy facility that could contribute in the Municipal Solid Waste Management system of the Region of Central Greece.
A Review on Plasma Gasification of Solid Residues: Recent Advances and DevelopmentsOliveira M, Ramos A, Ismail TM, Monteiro E, Rouboa A.
Due to the environmental and economic benefits, the use of renewable and ecological fuels derived from waste has received global attention. Plasma is one of the techniques that enable achieving renewable energy from solid residues
Effect of ash content on the combustion process of simulated MSW in the fixed bed Rui Sun, Tamer M.Ismail, Xiaohan Ren, M.Abd El-Salam
This paper experimentally and numerically investigates the effects of ash content on the combustion process of simulated Municipal Solid Waste (MSW).
DGAW, German Association of Waste Management DGAW Position: Is the EU taxonomy leading us into a waste disposal emergency?
Taxonomy - what is it? The EU Taxonomy Regulation (EU) 2020/852 of June 18, 2020, defines the conditions under which an economic activity is considered environmentally sustainable.
The plant technology of the MVA Bonn is gradually approaching the end of its uninterrupted runDipl. Ing. Manfred Becker
It is now necessary to develop a suitable and sustainable technological concept for the future.
www.ecoprog.com WtE industry barometer: Industry defies COVID-19 crisisCEWEP / ecoprog GmbH
The sentiment in the Waste-to-Energy (WtE) industry has significantly deteriorated as a consequence of the COVID-19 crisis. But compared to the overall economy, this slump remains clearly limited.
Columbia University in the City of New York 2022 Waste-to-Energy Research And Technology (WtERT) Asia Meeting: Going into New Technologies and Best Practices to Promote Wide Application
Energy and metals recovery from urban wastes (waste-to-energy or WtE) is one of the key areas that can help address this issue.
Waste Dive Florida solidifies its status as the nation’s waste-to-energy capital with supportive new law
A bill signed by Gov. Ron DeSantis will establish a unique program to subsidize power purchase agreements and expansion expenses for municipally-owned combustion facilities.
ete.a Ingenieurgesellschaft für Energie- und Umweltengineering & Beratung mbH Optimization of an existing plant - WtE Rothensee, Germany
Waste-to-Energy (WtE) plant Rothensee GmbH operates a modern waste management and energy concept at the Magdeburg Rothensee site.
ESWET Waste-to-Energy and decarbonisation in the EU
ESWET welcomes the European Commission’s roadmap on the carbon removal certification and would like to highlight the potential of the Waste-to-Energy sector in contributing to the decarbonisation efforts.
WtERT Germany WTERT Germany in the Baltic States
On behalf of the German-Baltic Chamber of Commerce in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania e.V. and financed by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment WtERT Germany was to prepare a strategy paper for sustainable waste management in the Baltics and organize a workshop with clear recommendations and impulses.
Waste to Energy projects in KazakhstanKazakh Invest
Construction of up to 7 plants in Nur Sultan, Almaty, Shymkent, Karaganda, Taraz and Aktobe for municipal solid wastes (MSW) incineration with the electricity generation
Study on Waste-to-Energy Project in Almaty, the Republic of KazakhstanMitsubishi Heavy Industries Environmental & Chemical Engineering Co., Ltd. EX Research Institute Ltd. Clean Association of TOKYO 2
The basic concept for transition of the Republic of Kazakhstan to Green Economy was officially approved, and it promotes an economic growth based on the high energy efficiency, development of renewable energy technology and sets forth the sector-based objectives for the transition to Green Economy.
BTA International GmbH Co-Digestion of the Organic Fraction from Municipal Solid Waste with Manure and Chicken Dung at the Malta North Waste Treatment Facility
The Malta North Waste Treatment Plant (MNWTP) is the second MBT Plant for the treatment of Municipal Solid Waste in Malta.
ete.a Ingenieurgesellschaft für Energie- und Umweltengineering & Beratung mbH New Plant - EEW Energy from Waste Delfzijl B.V. (NL)
In the industrial park Osterhorn Delfzijl in the Dutch province of Groningen, EEW Energy from Waste operates a waste incineration plant for industrial and household waste as well as for refuse derived fuels.