Renewable energy

How waste steam is helping firms to go green

New technology is helping waste steam to 'go green', explains Heliex Power chief executive Chris Armitage

Most people don’t give much thought to steam. Few realise that the vapour, which they most often see coming out of a boiled kettle, ...

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Maximising the value in energy from waste projects

In all its forms, Energy from Waste (EfW) remains an essential part of the UK's waste management strategy. It has an important role to play in helping the UK unlock the benefits of a decarbonised economy.

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Recruitment trends in the global waste sector

From a recruitment point of view, the waste industry seems to be a booming one, according to Juliette Brooks, head of environmental and energy at recruitment agency Morson.

With pressure on an international level to move away from ...


The challenges of EfW facilities in the UK

Waste management consultants Kathryn Warren and Mark Terrell from Ricardo Energy & Environment discuss what the real challenges and costs of operating EfW facilities in the UK.

EfW boom or bust? It would seem that EfW is currently ...


Low carbon, high hopes

Making fuel and low-carbon chemicals – including aviation fuel – from waste gas could be a sustainable alternative to landfill or traditional incineration, thanks to one company’s new technology. Maxine Perella reports

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What is the future for RDF?

Principal consultant Mark Terrell and practice director Dr Adam Read of Ricardo Energy & Environment consider the changing RDF export market, the opportunities for end markets closer to home, and what might happen post-Brexit


Pillar of the circular economy

Keith Riley gives his view on why energy from waste is fundamental to achieving a circular economy

We hear and read a lot about the circular economy. It is almost a stock item on the conference agenda and features large in journals such ...


Communicating WtE's role

What did the European Commission’s waste-to-energy communication deliver? Ella Stengler, at the Confederation of European Waste-to-Energy Plants, reports

The European Commission’s Waste-to-Energy communication, The role of waste-to-energy ...


Anaerobics display

ADBA chief executive Charlotte Morton explains anaerobic digestion’s current and potential environmental, social and economic benefits, and how these might be better realised through more concerted government policy and action

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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

Kicking off the EfW 2017 Conference ...


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 ...

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