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ENDS Waste & Bioenergy Weekly
ENDS Waste & Bioenergy Weekly  |  18th October 2019
 

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Top Stories This Week
Revealed: CoGen's increasing EfW and bioenergy portfolio Revealed: CoGen's increasing EfW and bioenergy portfolio
UK: CoGen has five facility developments listed on its website, but ENDS research has confirmed at least 14 plants are linked to its chief executive
World first as AD plant supplies corrugated-cardboard maker World first as AD plant supplies corrugated-cardboard maker
UK: Facility takes up to 25,000t/yr of food waste
How optimising EfW plants can help industry's image How optimising EfW plants can help industry's image
EfW facilities will play an increasing role as fossil fuels are phased out. Making them more efficient by using new technology and data monitoring can boost their renewables credentials and public perception, argues Tim McNeilly
Veolia’s latest EfW plant get thumbs up from planning officers Veolia’s latest EfW plant get thumbs up from planning officers
UK: Planning decision expected next week on 330,000t/yr and 34MWe facility
Work starts on Kemi-based 18MWth biomass-fired plant Work starts on Kemi-based 18MWth biomass-fired plant
Finland: Facility is due to open to start commissioning in 2021 and will process locally sourced woodchips
EfW plant operators ‘increasingly positive’ over sector’s future EfW plant operators ‘increasingly positive’ over sector’s future
Upbeat mood in the EfW sector is “surprising” against a “background of an economic slowdown”, according to CEWEP’s annual industry barometer
AVR confirms first ‘large-scale’ CO2 capture AVR confirms first ‘large-scale’ CO2 capture
Netherlands: EfW plant plans to reuse 60,000t/yr of the 400,000t/yr of CO2 that it releases to heat a greenhouse
CSG raises concerns about lack of HGV drivers CSG raises concerns about lack of HGV drivers
UK: Waste company says its plans for “development of new waste treatment technologies and strategic acquisitions” are at risk because of a lack of drivers
Helsingør-based biomass plant fires up Helsingør-based biomass plant fires up
Denmark: Woodchip-fired facility has capacities 58.5MWth and 15.9MWe
DP Cleantech to overhaul Maltese AD plant DP Cleantech to overhaul Maltese AD plant
Wet AD technology will be replaced by a semi-dry system at the plant
Biomass-fired heat development planned for Belgrade Biomass-fired heat development planned for Belgrade
Serbia: Business sought for 8MWth biomass-fired development
Hillingdon tenders €60m EfW plant deal Hillingdon tenders €60m EfW plant deal
UK: NHS foundation needs operator for steam-generating plant, which could also start taking domestic as well as medical waste
UK offers bioethanol Brexit lifeline UK offers bioethanol Brexit lifeline
Government says it will "adjust tariffs" to support UK producers in the event of a no-deal Brexit
Lanes Farm biogas plant gets permit Lanes Farm biogas plant gets permit
UK: Deal to build 80,000t/yr facility was signed in spring this year
Denmark: Investment for plastic-to-oil gasification plant
Finland: Helsinki rules out biomass for new heating plant
Germany: Biogas plant tenders milestone maintenance deal
Netherlands: Twence tenders biomass and EfW fue gas deal
US/UK: Carbon capture deal for Velocys’s Bayou Fuels project
UK: OCO Technology wins FM2 deal
UK: Riverside Energy Park examination ends
UK: Kent-based EfW plants accepted for DCO process
 
 

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