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  • Case study: Waste Water Treatment Plant in Italy, BASF ...

    Polyurea Development Association Europe, AISBL Avenue de Tervueren, 188 A Postbox 4 1150 Brussels, Belgium Tel: +32 2 761 1611 E-mail: [email protected] VAT: BE889 832 270 Case study: Waste Water Treatment Plant in Italy, BASF Construction Chemicals Project: Waste Water Treatment Plant Location: Cittadella (Italy) Project completed:

  • Doosan Heavy bags $185m contract to build waste-to-energy ...

     · Construction on the project is scheduled to be complete by 2023. Due to the waste landfill restriction policy, which was imposed as a result of rising demand for old power plants replacement, new orders are particularly increasing for WtE plants in Europe, Doosan said.-----Doosan Heavy will manage the overall Polish waste to energy project.

  • CIP and FCC to build one of Europe''s largest energy-from ...

     · CIP and FCC Environment have reached financial close on the Lostock Sustainable Energy Plant. Once operational, it will be one of UK and Europe''s largest energy-from-waste (EfW) plants. The £480m Lostock Sustainable Energy Plant project has been given the green light for construction by owners Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) (60%) and FCC Environment …

  • Construction | CNIM

    A Commissioning Technician provides support for the start-up of an industrial plant, operating within the rules for quality, safety, timescales and costs. I began my career in the research department and then became a site manager. I am now a start-up technician for industrial boilers, working both in France and overseas. My team are the final ...

  • Kiverco launches new waste plant series

     · Northern Ireland-based Kiverco said the plant would appeal to contractors and rental companies alike and that it was "sure to revolutionise the waste industry". Capable of handling up to 14 recovered products from various mixed waste streams, units such as the company''s Ks 615S are available with a choice of either a two, three or four ...

  • European Commission loan to support waste-to-energy plant ...

     · The European Commission (EC) has approved around €94m to support the construction and operation of a waste-to-energy cogeneration plant in Bulgaria. Bulgaria informed the EC in October 2019 that it intends to build a high-efficient cogeneration plant in Sofia that will have the capacity to generate electricity as well as heat.

  • Awards for Europe''s largest energy-from-waste plant

    The deal was for the construction of Europe''s largest energy-from-waste plant that will convert up to 1 million tonnes of waste per year into around 70 MW of electrical energy for feeding into the grid. The deal was initially covered by supplier credit insurance alone. However, due to the increasing turbulence in Turkey, it became apparent ...

  • £480m invested in new Lostock energy-from-waste plant ...

     · The agreement will contribute to the UK government''s landfill reduction strategy and waste export strategy. LSEP will turn residual waste, left over after the recyclable material has been removed, into energy. The plant is set to create hundreds of new jobs in the area as well as supplying steam to Tata''s manufacturing plant on the site.

  • CEWEP

     · Waste-to-Energy is at Home in Circular Economy: CEWEP Presents Sustainability Roadmap 2035. 25 th September 2019. On 24 th September 2019 CEWEP, representing the operators of European Waste-to-Energy plants launched the first ever Waste-to-Energy Sustainability Roadmap.The new document, presented in front of more than 100 European policymakers, …

  • SRF, Solid Recovered Fuel | Veolia

    It is made up of dry, non-hazardous waste which can be recovered through incineration on municipal sites ( waste incinerators) or on high capacity industrial plants (cement plants). There are about 100 SRF producers in Europe, some 20 of which are in France.

  • Construction Materials Recycling in Europe

     · On September 23, 2016 the European Quality Association for Recycling e.V. (EQAR) held the EQAR Congress on the subject "Construction Materials Recycling in Europe" in Bratislava/Slovakia on the occasion of its existence for 10 years. EQAR Congress makes the need for action for more recycling of construction and demolition waste in Europe a ...

  • In Europe, a backlash is growing over incinerating garbage ...

     · The country, one of Europe''s biggest waste producers, built so many incinerators that by 2018 it was importing a million tons of trash. The plants generate 5 percent of the country''s ...

  • Europe''s largest bio waste digestion plant

     · STRABAG was recently hired by Dutch company N.V. HVC (Alkmaar) to expand its bio waste digestion plant in Middenmeer by adding a fourth fermenter. The increased capacity to about 110,000 tons per year will make this Europe''s largest bio waste digestion plant. STRABAG Umwelttechnik had already completed the original dry digestion plant with ...

  • Legal situation and current practice of waste incineration ...

     · Almost 500 municipal solid waste incineration plants in the EU, Norway and Switzerland generate about 17.6 Mt/a of incinerator bottom ash (IBA). IBA contains minerals and metals. Metals are mostly separated and sold to the scrap market and minerals are either disposed of in landfills or utilised in the construction sector.

  • Waste and recycling

     · EU waste policy aims to contribute to the circular economy by extracting high-quality resources from waste as much as possible. The European Green Deal aims to promote growth by transitioning to a modern, resource-efficient and competitive economy. As part of this transition, several EU waste laws will be reviewed.

  • Recommendations for the management of construction and ...

     · The construction and demolition waste is one of the heaviest and most voluminous waste streams generated in the European Union. It comprises approximately one third of the waste generated. Recycling this stream waste will provide ecological and sustainable benefits. The recycled aggregates from the construction and demolition waste are beginning to be used in civil construction…

  • European trio shortlisted for £683m waste power plant ...

     · Three European construction companies have been shortlisted for the main design and build contract for a £683m waste power plant in London. The North London Waste Authority (NLWA) has confirmed ...

  • GUIDE Towards Sustainable Plastic Construction and ...

    Construction and demolition (C&D) waste represents one of the European Union''s largest waste streams, in quantitative terms. It is estimated to account for 180 million tonnes of waste per year, i.e. 480 kg/inh/year. Some EU countries have attained high recycling rates for the inert fraction, which is the main fraction of C&D waste.

  • Construction and demolition waste

     · Construction and demolition waste (CDW) accounts for more than a third of all waste generated in the EU. It contains a wide variety of materials such as concrete, bricks, wood, glass, metals and plastic. It includes all the waste produced by the construction and demolition of buildings and infrastructure, as well as road planning and maintenance.

  • The incinerator and the ski slope tackling waste

     · Amager Bakke is billed as one of the cleanest waste-to-energy plants in the world, thanks to technology that filters its emissions. It was switched on in 2017, and this Friday the ski area opens ...

  • Waste management — European Environment Agency

    Waste management in Europe aims at promoting waste treatment options in line with the waste hierarchy, notably favouring preparation for re-use and recycling over disposal operations such as landfilling. In a circular economy context, waste management focuses on preserving the value and properties of waste materials by delivering high quality ...

  • ITER

    ITER (initially the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor, "iter" meaning "the way" or "the path" in Latin) is an international nuclear fusion research and engineering megaproject aimed at replicating the fusion processes of the Sun to create energy on earth. Upon completion of construction and first-plasma planned for 2026, it will be the world''s largest magnetic confinement plasma ...

  • Federation of Waste Management Services (FNADE), the Environmental Services Association (ESA) in the UK, the Confederation of European Waste to Energy Plants (CEWEP), the Dutch Waste Management Association (DWMA), and the Spanish Association of Hazardous Waste Managers (ASEGRE). It is the intent of the EpE Working Group

  • Plans submitted for the first waste to jet fuel plant in ...

     · Plans submitted for the first waste to jet fuel plant in the UK and Europe. 20 Aug 2019. Altalto Immingham Limited, a collaboration between Velocys, British Airways and Shell, has submitted a planning application for a commercial waste to fuel plant. The proposed plant will take hundreds of thousands of tonnes of and commercial solid ...

  • Construction and demolition waste best management practice ...

     · 1. Introduction. Currently, the European construction sector produces 820 million tonnes (megagram, Mg, or 1000 kg) of construction and demolition waste (CDW) every year, which is around 46% of the total amount of total waste generated according to Eurostat (Eurostat, 2017).The average composition of CDW shows that up to 85% of the waste is concrete, ceramics and masonry, …

  • European trio shortlisted for £683m waste power plant ...

     · Three European construction companies have been shortlisted for the main design and build contract for a £683m waste power plant in London. The North London Waste Authority (NLWA) has confirmed the three firms shortlisted for the next stage of bidding for …

  • Istanbul Waste Incineration & Power Generation Plant ...

    4. The Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality set their sights on implementing the first Energy from Waste plant in Turkey using municipal waste—they also wanted it to be the largest of its kind in Europe. To help make this happen, we were commissioned to act as a consultant to align practices with those set by international and national standards.

  • Lostock (60 MW), UK

    It will be one of Europe''s largest energy-from-waste plants, generating renewable energy to power around 115,000 s. In both the development, construction and operational phases of the Lostock project, we continue to be dedicated to the long …

  • Recycled Construction Waste in Europe – GLOBAL RECYCLING

     · Recycled Construction Waste in Europe. The European construction industry is working towards producing high-quality materials from recycled waste, enhancing the sector''s sustainability and reducing its environmental impact. In the southern Belgian province of Namur, concrete and bricks from demolished buildings are being turned into eco ...

  • waste processing machines and plants

    Coparm is one of the leading European companies in the design and construction of waste treatment plants, a unique reality for products, solutions and services in the field of ecology and recycling: machines and plants for waste management…

  • New challenges facing Europe''s waste water treatment ...

     · The proportion of s connected to treatment facilities varies across Europe, from 97% in western and central Europe, to around 70% in southern, south-eastern and eastern Europe. However, urban waste water treatment now needs to address challenges like climate change, changes in population and newly emerging pollutants.

  • Waste-to-Energy Plants

    Wast-to-energy Plants for Communal and Commercial Waste. We develop, install, erect and maintain thermal processing plants from 5 MWth to 200 MWth for waste, bulky waste, residues from recycling processes (paper, cardboard, wood, textiles, plastics) and production-specific waste from commerce and industry. We have been cooperating for many years with partners and construction …

  • Non-Incineration Medical Waste Treatment Technologies …

    and equip existing outdated incineration plants or supporting the construction of new ones. Non-Incineration Medical Waste Treatment Technologies in Europe 3 Executive summary ... are specified in the European Waste Catalogue and might be further defined by national legislation. Although infectious waste is only

  • Ethiopia''s waste-to-energy plant is a first in Africa

     · Waste incineration is popular in Europe, where nearly one quarter of all municipal solid waste is incinerated. France alone has 126 waste-to-energy plants, while Germany has 121 and Italy 40. Like its European counterparts, the Reppie plant operates within the strict emission limits of the European Union.

  • Waste to Energy

    Waste to energy (WtE) is a vital part of a strong and sustainable waste management chain. Fully complementary to recycling, it is an economically and ecologically sound way to provide a renewable source for energy while diverting waste from landfills. A WtE plant converts solid waste into electricity and/or heat - an ecological, cost-effective ...

  • Germany recycles plastics from all over Europe | # ...

     · The Multiport plant won an award (in the Building & Construction Product of the Year category) during the 2019 edition of the Plastics Recycling Awards Europe for one of its products. It recycles plastic that replaces polymers in industrial products, such as pipes or tanks.

  • CEWEP

    European Waste-to-Energy Sector will be fit for climate neutrality before 2050 The WtE sector is ready to make all the necessary contributions to help Europe achieves its targets. On 27th May 2021, CEWEP and ESWET held Green Week Webinar: Hydrogen Innovation for Waste …