In a complementary measure, landfills should also be outfitted with facilities to monitor and control existing methane emissions. By Nickolas J. Themelis November 09, 2021 Please click here to see the link.
Waste sector critical to combat climate change What role does the waste and resources management sector play in driving actions to achieve net zero? From HELENA NAGELER-PETRITZ First published: 05 November 2021 Click here to see news: https://ietresearch.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1049/rpg2.12315 [...]
Paper by Prof. Psomopoulos of University of Western Attica and other WtERT-Greece members on the significance of WTE in Europe
The role of energy recovery from wastes in the decarbonization efforts of the EU power sector Constantinos S. Psomopoulos, Kyriaki Kiskira, Konstantinos Kalkanis, Helen C. Leligou, Nickolas J. Themelis First published: 26 October 2021 Click here to see publication: https://ietresearch.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1049/rpg2.12315 Abstract: [...]
WtERT News September 2021 WtERT-News September 2021 To all Friends of WtERT – Supporters of Sustainability! The year of 2021 is an environmentally active year for Turkey Dear Professor Themelis, The year of 2021 is an environmentally [...]
Those who care for sustainable waste management, please respond to to the UNECE survey (link below): In 2020 the UNECE secretariat prepared Guidelines on Promoting People-first Public-Private Partnerships Waste-to-Energy Projects for the Circular Economy | UNECE (the Guidelines), which at the request of member [...]
"Detailed response of Prof. Peter Quicker (WtERT-Germany) in Waste Management World to questions whether urban wastes can be "gasified" instead of "combusted". Professor Quicker, we regularly hear it promised that gasification processes could replace classic waste incineration and become the next [...]
"The Scientific Truth about WTE" by Prof. Marco Castaldi (Earth Engineering Center-City College of New York; Chair, WrERT-USA) Please click the below link for the PDF.
China ENFI Engineering Corporation (China ENFI), which has contributed to 30% of Chinese WTE. Please click the below link for watching the video.
The recycling rate of Denmark (52%R+C, 48% WTE, 0% landfilling), is an example that recycling and WTE go hand-in-hand. The new WTE plant in Copenhagen (https://www.copenhill.dk/en/), one of the most beautiful and environmentally-minded cities of the world, serves a dual purpose: [...]
Significant impact of landfilling on climate change, in State of the Planet of Columbia University, by Prof. Themelis
The U.S. Should Phase Out Landfilling, as China and the E.U. Are Doing View the original news from this hyperlink. by Nickolas J. Themelis |May 5, 2021 Around the world, economic development has been accompanied by the generation of about 2 [...]