Dr. Efstratios Kalogirou, member of the Global WtERT Council and co-founder of WtERT-Greece has published a very interesting book on modern WTE technology and some of its applications around the world.
Landfills In Puerto Rico And The Virgin Islands Are Already An Environmental Mess. Hurricanes Just Made These Failing Piles Of Garbage Worse.Read Full Article
The 50-megawatt (MW) Reppie Waste to Energy facility, which Ethiopia claims to be the first of its kind in Africa, will be commissioned in December. This plant is reported to cost $118.5 million and will process 350,000 metric tons/year (about $340.ton of annual capacity).Read Full Article
The Group’s remarkable sustainable development performance over the past year, has resulted in it been included in the Dow Jones Sustainability Emerging Markets Index for the second consecutive year.Read Full Article
China Everbright International has won the bid for Shenyang Daxin waste to energy Project in Liaoning Province and signed a Public-Private Partnership agreement with Liaoning Shenyang City Construction Administration Bureau.Read Full Article
Everbright International Sees Multiple Waste-to-energy Projects Complete Construction and Commence Operation
China Everbright International Limited announced that the Group's Weifang Waste-to-energy Project Phase II in Shandong Province, Suining Waste-to-energy in Sichuan Province, and Gaochun Waste-to-energy Project in Jiangsu Province have recently completed construction and commenced operation in succession.Read Full Article
Register for be Waste Wise's 2017 Global Dialogue on Waste (5th - 8th September, online) to learn, share and engage with the best experts and practitioners in waste management. This year's themes are Beyond a Circular Economy, Collective Action, and Practicing Waste Management. During the 2017 Global Dialogue on Waste, you can also watch and learn from Earth Engineering Center's Senior Research Scientist, Dr. A. C. (Thanos) Bourtsalas. He will talk about the trends in waste management world.Register Online
We are pleased to announce an important development in the WtERT-India organization: An Agreement for research collaboration for advancing sustainable waste management in India was signed on July 17, 2017 (see attached photo of principals) between the WtERT-India founder, NEERI, and Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences (RUAS). The Global WtERT Council congratulates the two institutions and looks forward to India making a rapid advance in this field, as has been the case in China.
First WTE plant under construction in Vietnam, is invested in, built and operated by China Everbright International. It has a designed daily MSW capacity of 400 tonnes (7.5 MW electricity). The total investment of approximately US$47 million (about $360/annual tonne of capacity).Read Full Article