Decentralised EfW plants can help drive a circular economy - Webinar

Free event focusing on how smaller EfW technology could tackle residual waste treatment gaps on 26 November, 2-3pm UK | 3-4pm CET

ENDS, in partnership with Turboden, will host a webinar looking at how the rapid increase in the generation of municipal solid waste is exerting considerable pressure on the conventional and centralised management system. 

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The event will look at how a move towards a more decentralised system with smaller capacity waste treatment facilities could transform the sector.

Smaller EfW systems integrated at different levels of the urban environment minimise the transportation of waste and ensure the local benefit is maximised from community waste.  

The webinar will also discuss: 

  • Supporting the move to a low-carbon and circular economy – The role of decentralised EfW plants

  • The UK RDF market and the need to increase internal EfW capacity

  • EfW solutions based on ORC technology

  • Case studies and lessons learnt so far

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