Energy-from-Waste (EfW) facilities are well established in Europe with around 500 operating plants. By further implementing Carbon Capture in EfW facilities, it is possible to go even carbon-negative and the new standard could be zero carbon emission waste to energy.
As one of the world’s largest privately run recycling, service, and water companies with business locations in over 30 countries across four continents, REMONDIS has the scale to make a difference.
Corangamite Shire Council has announced a gas management project, which will be the equivalent of planting 280,000 trees or removing 3500 cars off the road each year.
The Victorian Government has launched a new recycling facility in Melton that will recover resources from waste, cut greenhouse emissions and produce enough renewable energy to power Western Water’s Recycled Water Plant.
For Australia to meet its ambitious recovery targets, government cannot ignore the role of waste-to-energy facilities, writes Rose Read, National Waste and Recycling Industry Council CEO.
An international consortium has started development on one of the world’s largest waste-to-energy projects in Dubai, with finance loan agreements finalised with the Japan Bank for International Cooperation.
A 25-year contract with Avertas Energy will see Blue Phoenix Group’s incinerator bottom ash processing technology on Australian shores for the first time.
Building off the success of its new biogas facility in Sweden, Hitachi Zosen Inova is committed to driving the country’s green transport sector transition.
A collaborative partnership between Solo Resource Recovery and Recovered Energy Australia is set to accelerate waste diversion across Metropolitan Melbourne.
Blue Phoenix Group has secured a 25 year contract with Avertas Energy to build Australia’s first Incinerator Bottom Ash processing facility at Latitude 32 Kwinana.