Decentralized Waste to Energy plants towards a circular economy

Decentralized Waste to Energy plants towards a circular economy

Focusing on smaller and better EfW technology will help the UK overcome its residual waste treatment gap 

The rapid increase in the generation of municipal solid waste is exerting considerable pressure on the conventional centralised MSW management system, and is resulting in a move towards a more decentralised system with smaller capacity waste treatment facilities.  Smaller EfW integrated at different levels of the urban environment minimise the transportation of waste and ensure the local benefit is maximised from community waste.  

In this webinar, we will learn how you can start to make this move and the benefits.  The UK must no longer simply bury or export the waste problem. Instead, as other European economies do, it should treat residual waste as a valuable resource to produce lower carbon heat and energy, alongside a focus on achieving important recycling targets and investing in innovative recycling technology.

In this webinar, in partnership with Turboden, we will discuss: 

  • Supporting the move to a low carbon and circular economy - The role of decentralised WTE plants
  • The UK RDF market and the need to increase internal EfW capacity
  • WTE solutions based on ORC technology
  • Case studies and lessons learnt so far

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