Recent WtERT News

Announcement/ Creation of WtERT-Morocco/ Signature of MOU with IRESEN

We are pleased to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Global WtERT Council (GWC), and the Research Institute for Solar Energy and New Energies (IRESEN), Morocco’s National Institute for Solar Energy and Renewable Energy. Founded in 2011 by the Moroccan Ministry of Energy, Mining and Environment, and key players of the country’s energy sector, the institute [...]

September 11th, 2020|

WtERT News June/July 2020

Newsletter to WtERT members by Werner Bauer of WtERT-E.U. WtERT-News                    June/July 2020 Broken glass everywhere “It’s like a jungle sometimes It makes me wonder how I keep from going under.”               Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five When I think of Corona, these song lyrics keep coming to my mind. What is actually happening right now? Entire industries are collapsing (aviation, [...]

July 5th, 2020|

Norwegian pilot plant for Carbon Capture from WTE plant was successful and may lead to 400,000 ton/year industrial scale plant

CCS Pilot Phase Successfully Completed Fortum Oslo Varme’s Klemetsrud waste-to-energy (WTE) plant has successfully validated carbon capture technology at its pilot plant. The move is part of Norway’s planned full-scale carbon capture and storage project known as Northern Lights. The Northern Lights plan will use pipelines to gather captured carbon from various industries and bury it under the North Sea in geological storage. The [...]

May 22nd, 2020|

ESWET – Waste to Energy Essential Complement to Recycling as Lockdowns Loosen

As public authorities are now planning the post-coronavirus recovery, the European Suppliers of Waste-to-Energy (ESWET) has issued a reminder of the complementary role energy recovery plays to recycling in its comprehensive hygenisation of residual waste. Please click the link for the details.

May 21st, 2020|

Cleveland landfilling recyclables after unsuccessful second attempt to secure processing contract

People do not realize how expensive recycling can be for a city. Have a look at this story. A prior contract expired last month and the city declined to accept a new bid that would have reportedly cost around $200 per ton. Please click the link for the details.

May 21st, 2020|

News from WtERT-Colombia

Receive our greetings from the SOCIEDAD ANTIOQUEÑA DE INGENIEROS, SAI, which supports WTERT - Colombia.  Enrique Posada, our president, received your excellent communication about Covid 19. Very important the points you show.  We translated it and sent it to our contacts in Colombia. We annex the translated communication. We make use of this opportunity to tell you that we also postponed the third Panamerican [...]

May 1st, 2020|
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