Renewable energy

The global Energy from Waste landscape is changing

It would be foolish to claim that there is a sole overarching trend when it comes to the global Energy from Waste (EfW) landscape.

There are often so many variances within a single country that it’s difficult to sum up one nation’s EfW ...

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What to expect at the Energy from Waste Conference 2019

MA Business will this year present the 15th annual Energy from Waste Conference, taking place 27-28 February 2019 at etc. Venues, London.

It is associated with Recycling & Waste World magazine and the conference is now open for ...


The role of Energy from Waste is vital to fuel the future

As I have settled into my new role at SUEZ over the past 12 months, I have been fortunate to visit a number of flagship EfW plants in the sector, namely Cory’s Riverside site in London, Viridor’s Ardley site near Oxford, and SUEZ’s new sites in ...

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