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Microbial Fuel Cell Produces Biogas & Energy from Wastes
Scientists have developed a 'Microbial Fuel Cell' to dispose of slurry and food wastes and harvest hydrogen, water and energy…Read More
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Allentown Waste to Energy Plans Could Rise from the Ashes
A 'first of kind' waste to energy project recently rejected by Allentown city council may yet come to fruition…Read More
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Appeal Over Biogas, Gasification & MRF Rejection in Salford
A Government inquiry will be heard in May into Salford City Council's rejection of plan to build an MRF, an AD plant and a waste gasification facility at a proposed Eco Park…Read More
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Plasma Arc Waste Gasification Plant to be Made in Marion?
The city of Marion, Iowa is close to agreeing a deal that would see the development of a plasma arc waste gasification facility by Florida based Plasma Power...Read More
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Fuel Cell Technology Paying Off for Waste to Energy Start-up
Waste2Tricity has paid off its seed capital loan with the receipt of £1 million for its work in developing an innovative waste to energy project from inception…Read More
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Gasification: Refining Safety
Deb Pal explains why waste to energy developers and operators would do well to take note of the hard learned safety lessons from the petro-chemical industry…Read More
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Waste to Energy and the Celtic Tiger
While some high profile Irish waste projects have run into difficulties, others, such as Indaver's new 200,000 tpa waste to energy facility in Meath have reached fruition. Ben Messenger investigates the situation…Read More
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TALKING HEADS: Digesting Biofuel Drivers
With waste feedstocks playing an increasingly important role in sustainable biofuel production, WMW asks industry leaders what they see as the biggest opportunities and drivers in the market…Read More
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Ambitious Biogas Start Up Secures £65m
Tamar Energy, a newly launched UK Anaerobic Digestion developer, is planning to build a network of over forty plants able to generate 100 MW of electricity within five years…Read More
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China's Largest Landfill Gas Project Powers Up
China's largest landfill gas to energy project at the Laogang landfill site is to install seven GE Jenbacher engines, generating up to 10 MW of electricity…Read More
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Grid Injection from Plasma Gasification of Wastes
A project to utilises plasma gasification to generate a bio-substitute natural gas for direct injection into the national gas grid is under development at Advanced Plasma Power's Swindon facility…Read More
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Enzyme Accelerates Biofuel Production from Wastes
Danish biofuel enzyme specialist, Novozymes has launched its Cellic CTec3 enzyme for the conversion of agricultural residues and waste to ethanol…Read More
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Confederation of European Waste to Energy Plants (CEWEP) News
EU27 Waste to Energy Plants Treated 108 kg per Capita in 2010
EUROSTAT has published data for 2010 on municipal waste generation and treatment, by type of treatment method in kg per capita.Read More
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Energy Recovered from the EU's Waste Rose 13.5% in 2010
In 2010 a total of 17.3 TWh of electrical energy was recovered from wastes in the EU, according to a recently published report by the Observ'ER.Read More
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