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This is reported in the annual report on emissions by CITEPA (French Interprofessional Technical Centre for Studies on Air Pollution)CITEPA produces national inventories of atmospheric pollutant and greenhouse gas emissions for the French Environment Ministry. A copy of this report (in French only) can be downloaded from here externer Link

(English translation kindly provided by Indaver N.V.)

Twence has been awarded this prestigious international prize for its supply of heat to a local district-heating network and its supply of steam to AkzoNobel, both of which are produced in its energy-from-waste plant. The International Energy Agency was part of the selection committee that evaluated the various entries from all over the world.

 

Within the framework of the European Sustainable Energy Weekexterner Link promoted by the European Commission, which will take place between 24 and 28 June, LIPOR the intermunicipal waste management service of greater Porto, will open the doors of their energy recovery plant to all citizens.

"In the Energy Tower – a new waste to energy facility in Roskilde, Denmark - every effort is being put into maximising the recovery of the energy resource embedded in the waste."
Link to Waste Management World Article.

Mobile Heat Storage Developed at the Waste-to-Energy Plant in Hamm (Germany)

The Danish Waste Association will be Denmark's new powerful political waste management association. They will represent 21 of the 26 Danish Waste-to-Energy installations – a capacity of roughly 2.7 million tonnes (out of the total Danish capacity of 3.5 million tonnes). The Danish Waste Association has been created by the public actors in the two existing waste organisations RenoSam and Waste Denmark. ...

We are happy to announce that Savoie Déchets from France has joined CEWEP.
They operate a Waste-to-Energy plant with a capacity of 115,000 tonnes per year. 

 

Federambiente has published the third edition of a comprehensive report
on the recovery of energy from municipal waste in Italy (in Italian only).

Within the framework of the Sustainable Energy Week externer Linkpromoted by the European Commission (18 and 22 June 2012), LIPOR- intermunicipal waste management service of greater Porto, opens the doors of its Waste-to-Energy plant to all citizens that would like to visit the plant on 22 June 2012, between the 09:00 am and the 05:00 pm.  for fu. . .   For further information, please click hereexterner Link

The famous symbol of the German city of Cologne - its cathedral the “Kölner Dom” - is now illuminated at night using energy generated from the city’s Waste-to-Energy Plant AVG (Abfallverwertungsgesellschaft Köln).  

for the Vereniging Afvalbedrijven externer Link(VA/Dutch Waste Management Association) 

and the SVDU externer Link(French Association of treatment and Energy Recovery form Municipal and Similar Waste) .

The Country Report 2010 for Belgium has been up-dated and a new Country Report for Italy 2010
are now available here

LIPOR was honored with the Excellence at Work Award 2011 in the medium company category and in the Industry and Energy Sector.  

Work will start at the beginning of 2011 on the installation of a third operating line at the Eastcroft Waste-to-Energy plant in Nottingham, UK -  Waste Recycling Group (WRG)   .eginning og    

 
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