Recycling benefits from combustible waste imports

The Dutch waste-to-energy plants are importing increasing quantities of combustible residual waste, at the moment mainly from the United Kingdom....

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Europe supports Waste to Energy

To celebrate its tenth anniversary, the European Confederation of Waste-to-Energy Plants (CEWEP) organised an exhibition in the European Parliament...

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Dutch capacity for British waste

‘The Dutch waste-to-energy plants are just right for recovering energy from your sorted residual waste’, Freek van Eijk (SITA NEWS) told his...

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Transformation into energy factories

It is no coincidence that we no longer refer to MSWIs, but to waste-to-energy (WtE) plants. For many years the waste sector has been investing in...

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Incineration tax unpopular with European waste industry

Governments see taxes on landfill and incineration as an ideal tool for managing waste streams. The mechanisms and side-effects of such taxes are...

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