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Recovering the non-recyclable: the Integrated Resource-Recovery Facility

However, as waste generation continues to increase in Europe and globally, the sector is working on how to achieve its…


From carbon neutral to carbon negative: Waste to Energy on the path to CCUS

Launched in September 2021, the ESWET CCUS working group has already held 8 meetings to discuss all aspects of CCUS…


Update of Contractual Guidelines for Waste-to-Energy projects

In 2022, ESWET published contractual guidelines (link here) to suggest solutions to common contractual challenges in Waste-to-Energy projects and ensure…


Biogenic emissions from Waste-to-Energy plants should be part of the carbon removal certification

The primary function of Waste-to-Energy plants is the safe treatment of non-recyclable waste, meaning there is no option for the…


The Role of Materials From Waste in the Green Transition

The supply of sustainable raw materials, especially critical raw materials, now finally occupies a key policy position in the European…


How Waste-to-Energy contributes to the circular economy

In order to be fully sustainable, we have to truly address waste challenges. The ultimate solution is the reduction of…


The EU should reaffirm the role of Waste-to-Energy in the circular economy

Brussels, 18 October 2022 ESWET welcomes the European Commission’s 2023 Work Programme and the renewal of the Green Deal’s ambitions….


Welcome on board Mubea!

In total, ESWET has now 36 members: 22 Full Members and 14 Associate Members! Click here for the full list….


Waste-to-Energy: a reality for affordable heating in local districts

Modern-day Waste-to-Energy plants are well integrated with their surroundings and involved in the life of community. Not only do they…


Vyncke is our new member!

In total, ESWET has now 35 members: 22 Full Members and 13 Associate Members! Click here for the full list. VYNCKE…