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.
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.
Experts to topic
Gabriel Naranjo Pizano WTERT Colombia
Professor Dr. Athanasios Bourtsalas Imperial College London/ Columbia University
Yanguo Hu China Everbright International Ltd., Everbright Environmental Protection (China) Ltd.
Global WTERT Council Waste-to-Energy Technologies and Global Applications
New book on modern WTE technology and some of its applications around the world by Dr. Efstatios Kalogirou, member of the Global WtERT Council and co-founder of WtERT-Greece.
It discusses thermal treatment technologies, including combustion, novel gasification, plasma gasification, and pyrolysis. Furthermore it offers 35 real-world international case studies from the Americas, Asia, Europe, as well as Africa and provides different approaches for different geographic areas.
ia GmbH - Knowledge Management + Engineering Total costs of ownership - a comparison between incineration plant and landfill placed in the metropolian area of Sao Paulo
This study offers a decision support for executives, who compare in a draft both systems according to the method of Total Costs of Ownership (TCO), regarding the total life time and including the aftercare of landfill.
TK Verlag Karl Thomé-Kozmiensky Optimization of Plant Operation by Means of Technical ServiceMichael Mück
The who sticks his head in the sand today, has grit in his teeth tomorrow. There is no reason
to designate. The large number of successful realized project shows that a trustful partnership between plant operator and owner and right skilled partners is the right foundation for the implementation of optimization and development projects. The success speaks for itself.
TK Verlag Karl Thomé-Kozmiensky Early Fire Detection and Automatic Extinguishing in Waste-to-Energy Power Plants and Waste Treatment PlantsAlbert Orglmeister
The earlier a fire source can be detected and extinguished, the better. It is not difficult
to agree on that.
TK Verlag Karl Thomé-Kozmiensky Ready-to-use Sodium Bicarbonate in Flue Gas Treatment – Experience Feedback –Jean-Pascal Balland
Solvair has been developing solutions for industrial flue gas treatment and associated services for customers worldwide over past thirty years.
TK Verlag Karl Thomé-Kozmiensky Dry, Semi-dry or Wet – Which System Fits Best Depending on the Overall Conditions?Rüdiger Margraf
Due to the obligation of the European Union member states to supply non-recyclable waste for thermal treatment, numerous waste incineration plants have been constructed in the course of previous years.
TK Verlag Karl Thomé-Kozmiensky Flue Gas Cleaning in Waste-to-Energy – Best Available Technology –Christian Fuchs
Focusing on flue gas cleaning for Waste-to-Energy it can be noticed that the development of technology is regularly pushed by legislation, which usually is reflecting the public demand and public support.
TK Verlag Karl Thomé-Kozmiensky SNCR Technology to Meet Challenging NOx Reduction RequirementsWolfgang Schüttenhelm and Philip Reynolds
NOx reduction by means of SNCR-Technology is continuously developing to increase
its performance potential.
TK Verlag Karl Thomé-Kozmiensky Capturing of CO2 in Waste Incineration Plants
towards Power2FuelTorsten Buddenberg and Christian Bergins
The increasing feed-in of electricity from fluctuating renewable energy sources (RES) can lead to sporadic excess supply of electricity to the grid, causing curtailment of RES plants as well as existing thermal power plants.
TK Verlag Karl Thomé-Kozmiensky Revamping Projects in the Waste-to-Energy Boilers in Brussels, Paris and RomeAgostino Calcagno, Joao Parente and Luigi Bagnoli
In waste to energy (WtE) plants the boiler is a critical component: it is the component most subjected to ash fouling and corrosion phenomena, it may have long shut downs in case of extraordinary interventions and it requires notified body inspections of the pressure parts.
TK Verlag Karl Thomé-Kozmiensky Mercury Removal by ChemisorptionWolfgang Esser-Schmittmann and Sandra Scheele
The removal of mercury and its chemical compounds from waste gas is a matter of special importance due to its ecological toxicity and non-restricted to waste incineration facilities.
TK Verlag Karl Thomé-Kozmiensky Ceramic Coating in a High-Pressure WtE Steam Generator – Operational Experience in Zabalgarbi Plant in Bilbao –Ildefonso Goikoetxea and Eddie Marcarian
The Zabalgarbi urban waste-to-energy system is an industrial process that adapts the technology of combined-cycle gas plants to modern waste-to-energy facilities.
TK Verlag Karl Thomé-Kozmiensky Get to Know the Corrosion Mechanisms in Waste-to-Energy PlantsGabriele Magel
The availability of waste-to-energy power plants is often highly limited because of material wear.
TK Verlag Karl Thomé-Kozmiensky Online Determination of Elementary and Fractional Waste Composition for Municipal Solid Waste Incineration Plants (MSWIP)Tobias Widder, Michael Beckmann and Philip Reynolds
Detailed knowledge about composition and constitution of input materials is indispensable for efficient waste incineration processes. At present the determination of the input waste mass flow is done in much most cases by helps of the crane weight delivering the average feed mass flow for a one to four hour time period.
TK Verlag Karl Thomé-Kozmiensky Status of Planning and Construction of Gasification Plants in the United KingdomTimothy Kast, Jim Starkey, Matthew Pierson and Michael L. Murphy
As a result of its demographics and geography, the United Kingdom (UK) has relatively high waste disposal costs. Additionally, the government maintains various incentive programs to promote renewable, low-carbon energy generation and the use of advanced technologies, including gasification of biomass or waste, to meet the growing demand for electrical power.
TK Verlag Karl Thomé-Kozmiensky Role of Pyrolysis in Distributed Town-Scale Energy Systems and Research Results from a Pre-commercial Facility Processing Waste-derived FeedstocksNelia Jurado Pontes, Mark Harradine, Shaun Gomm, E.J. Anthony and Stuart T. Wagland
As waste management practices migrate from a predominately disposal (landfill) approach to more sustainable methods, greater emphasis is being placed in the recovery of value from wastes.
TK Verlag Karl Thomé-Kozmiensky Operating Experience from Japanese Waste Gasification Plants with Direct Melting SystemNobuhiro Tanigaki, Tomo Kashiwabara and Toshimi Nagata
Gasification of municipal solid waste has been widely researched all over the world, is still of their interest and is recognized as an alternative thermal treatment. The Direct melting system is shaft-furnace type gasification and melting technology for various kinds of wastes.
TK Verlag Karl Thomé-Kozmiensky Single Stage Processing of Waste for Cost Efficient RDF ProductionJosef Adam, Alexander Curtis, Roland Pomberger, Renato Sarc, Michael Lackner and Stefan Scheiflinger-Ehrenwerth
Recovery of thermal energy from municipal solid waste (like residual waste and mixed household waste) usually is accomplished by mono-incineration plants (for example grate-firing systems) or in co-incineration units (like utility boilers, power plants or cement kilns), where pre-treated waste fuel is used as alternative feedstock for substitution of fossil fuel.
TK Verlag Karl Thomé-Kozmiensky 15 Years of Operating Experiences with Thick Nickel Plating - Electrolytic Nickel Coated Tubes in Waste Incineration Plants – Protection against Corrosion –Jörg Eckardt
Depending on the mode of operation of the plant, some parts of the waste incineration plants faces corrosion problems resulting in wear rates of more than one millimetre a year on the flue gas side.
TK Verlag Karl Thomé-Kozmiensky Camera Based Optimization of Multi-Fuel Burners for the Use of Substitute Fuels in the Cement IndustryAndré Dittrich, Sina Keller, Markus Vogelbacher, Jörg Matthes, Patrick Waibel and Hubert B. Keller
Cement plants use a huge amount of fossil energy. The use of Solid Recovered Fuels (SRF) reduces fossil fuels and energy cost. However, these SRF negatively affect process and product quality.
TK Verlag Karl Thomé-Kozmiensky Approach to Optimize Energy EfficiencyFrédéric Aguesse, Maud Tacci and Damien Lebonnois
Suez is a worldwide company, present on all five continents. Water and waste management are the main activities of the group and both are involved in optimizing energy efficiency. However, this paper will focus on Waste activity and more precisely on the energy from waste (EfW) activity.
CEWEP e.V. Draft 1 of Waste Incineration BREF
The first draft (D1) of the reference document for best available techniques (BREF) for Waste Incineration (WI) was published on 24th May. On first reading, the Best Available Techniques Associated Emission Levels (BATAELs) proposed in D1 are stricter than the current emission standards for waste-to-energy plants.
Waste-to-Resources 2017 Ways for increased material recycling of material flows from MBTMatthias Kühle-Weidemeier
By implementing modern thermal and non-thermal waste treatment technologies, waste management hast made a big leap forward. In the last two decades, Central Europe has been the motor of the development. The first decade of this century has been a period of development and installation of new processes in numerous locations. This was followed by nearly a decade of minor progress. This article will analyse the current situation and show how higher recycling rates even from mixed and residual waste can be achieved.
Decarbonization and energy generation can go hand in hand: The future is climate-positive!Martin Schmid; Rolf Fröhlich; Robert Stucki
Biochar will change the world! Our planet’s soil contains more than twice as much carbon
as the atmosphere.