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Decarbonising Waste-to-Energy with CCUS technologies

CCUS involves the capture of CO2 from industrial facilities and hard-to-abate sectors. The CO2 is then transported, via pipeline or…


Three new Members for ESWET!

In total, ESWET has now 34 members: 21 Full Members and 13 Associate Members! Click here for the full list….


Going forward: IBA in the circular economy

On June 9, ESWET held the kick-off meeting of its newly established Working Group on Incineration Bottom Ash (IBA) with…


New ESWET Member: APEX Group!

ESWET, the association representing the suppliers of Waste-to-Energy technology, has now 32 members: 20 Full Members and 12 Associate Members!…


ESWET Activity Report 2021 is out!

ESWET Activity Report 2021 – Web version / Print version The purpose of ESWET is to raise awareness of the positive implications of…


EVENT – Path to Net-Zero: Is Waste-To-Energy part of the Solution?

REGISTER HERE: In Europe, around 500 Waste-to-Energy plants thermally treat the fraction of municipal waste that cannot be prevented…


RePowerEU supports non-recyclable biomass waste as an important resource for our energy security

ESWET welcomes the RePowerEU Joint European Action Plan adopted today, which rightfully supports the use of non-recyclable biomass waste for…


Giving Ash a New Life: Waste-to-Energy and Material Recovery

In Hinwil, a small Swiss town in the Canton of Zurich, every year 16,000 tons of metals get recycled, saving…


Waste-to-Energy and decarbonisation in the EU

The certification of carbon removals by the European Commission is a positive first step in the successful implementation of carbon…


Waste-to-Energy secures local, affordable energy for Europe

Waste-to-Energy (WtE, or waste incineration with energy recovery) plants treat municipal and similar commercial and industrial waste which is not…