Interior view of a fermenter - smart recycling is an integral element of WtE
A warm welcome to the global WTERT-Family
Our aim is to identify the best available technologies for the treatment of various waste materials, conduct academic research and share this information by means of publications and case studies.
Be part of a global community of experts who share their knowledge to convert ever decreasing volumes of waste into greater and greater sources of energy.
Become inspired by us! Thank you for contributing your excellence.
Professor Nickolas J. Themelis Director, Earth Engineering Center, Columbia University, New York, President of Global WtERT Council
The Ingolstadt Waste Utilization Plant The Ingolstadt Waste Utilization Plant
Over the past 40 years, the Ingolstadt joint waste management authority has managed to develop its waste treatment plant from a simple waste incinerator to the largest municipal energy producer in the region.
UNEA - UN Environment Assembly World commits to pollution-free planet at environment summit
The world today committed to a pollution-free planet at the close of the UN Environment Assembly in Nairobi, with resolutions and pledges promising to improve the lives of billions across the globe by cleaning up our air, land and water.
WtERT Germany The new CEWEP website has been officially launched
Our Partner CEWEP (Confederation of European Waste-to-Energy Plants) launched his new and more user-friendly website
Global WtERT Council The Global WtERT Council proudly passes on the news that a one million-ton WTE to be built in Istanbul.
Europe’s largest energy-from-waste plant for municipal solid waste is to be built in Istanbul. The turnkey contract, together with one-year operation has been awarded to the Swiss company Hitachi Zosen Inova together with its Turkish partner Makyol. The plant will process 1 million tonnes of waste per annum generating around 70 MW of electricity.
Abfallwirtschaftsbetrieb München (AWM) - Waste Management Cooperation Munich Halle 2 – the Munich second hand store as nucleus of the local circular economy
Winner of the EUROCITIES Awards 2017 in the categorie "cooperation"
Plastic Bottle Village Panamas Plastic Bottle Village
Plastic Bottle Village is changing the World with 5 cents, by introducing a new initiative in finding solutions to the invasion of PET plastic bottles on Isla Colon, Bocas del Toro, Panama.
Bundesministerium für Umwelt, Naturschutz, Bau und Reaktorsicherheit UN honours go to German climate projects
Insurance and bog protection projects receive renowned Climate Solutions Award
The UN Climate Change Secretariat will honour two international climate projects that are supported by the Federal Environment Ministry. Both projects will receive the ‘Momentum for Change’ Climate Solutions Award. One award recognises the work of the Munich Climate Insurance Initiative (MCII), which helps people prepare for the consequences of climate change. The second award-winning project is Rewetting the peat bogs of Russia, PeatRus for short, which offers great potential for affordable and natural solutions for climate action.
GERMANWATCH e.V. High commitment to Paris - insufficient action at home
Global energy transition taking up speed - but no country is doing enough / Countries have to strengthen targets and implementation / Sweden, Lithuania, Morocco and Norway leading the table - USA in free fall
Bundesministerium für Umwelt, Naturschutz, Bau und Reaktorsicherheit (BMUB) One year of the NDC Partnership: new members and more funds for climate action at COP 23
At the 23rd Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, the global NDC Partnership is celebrating its first anniversary and welcoming new members: the Asian and Caribbean Development Banks announced that they would join the NDC Partnership. Frank Bainimarama, Prime Minister of Fiji and President of COP 23, announced the creation of a Regional Pacific NDC Hub in the framework of the Partnership to facilitate NDC implementation. The NDC Partnership supports emerging economies and developing countries in translating the provisions of the Paris Agreement into national climate action plans, known as nationally determined contributions (NDCs).