Renewable energy

Energy for the future

RWW reports from the EfW 2017 Conference, where some of the sector’s leading figures discussed the big issues and developments, from the impact of Brexit to innovations in municipal waste treatment

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Controlling dust

WRAP guidance for EfW plants says dust is a hazard that must be controlled, and those that don’t tackle the problem effectively will be penalised. Fiona Miles from dust suppression and conveying solutions specialist, Renby, looks at dust control ...



Integrate now for a better long-term future

George Giles, head of environmental power, Siemens UK & Ireland, says that as the subsidy culture starts to recede to support energy from waste (EfW) plant development, attention should begin to focus more on long-term strategies required to deliver ...


The future is bright: The future is zero waste to landfill

Hisanori Shimakura, General Manager, EfW Business, International Operations Marketing and Sales Division, KOBELCO ECO-SOLUTIONS CO., LTD., a technology provider for fluidised bed waste gasification plants, explains how with the use of appropriate ...


Waste to energy helps to secure Europe's energy future

Further to analysis carried out by law firm Wolf Theiss, which examines the current regulatory and incentive regimes for the promotion of WtE projects in 14 countries in central and eastern Europe, Bryan W Jardine takes a look at the wide variation ...



Fuelling the case for EfW

Dr Stephen Wise, associate director, environment & infrastructure Europe, Amec Foster Wheeler, puts forward the case for a joined-up approach to develop and implement best practice across the RDF supply chain

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Greatmoor puts the 'great' in EfW

As part of the Energy from Waste 2017 Conference programme, delegates have the opportunity to visit the UK’s newest energy from waste plant in Buckinghamshire on Monday, 20 February

The energy from waste plant near Aylesbury was ...



Getting in on the ACT

Mike Brown, MD at Eunomia, examines the renaissance of interest in advanced conversion technologies

Back in the early-to-mid 2000s, the major hurdle for new incinerator projects in the UK was to obtain planning consent. Interest in ...

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Enigma variations

A log cabin made entirely from waste is attracting positive attention in Scotland. ...


Electric avenues

REPIC’s Mark Burrows-Smith looks at some of the potential challenges and ...