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SUEZ and Circular Fuels agree partnership for UK's first industrial scale waste to low-carbon LPG plant
Energy-from-waste operator, enfinium, has revealed statistics suggesting that 72% of the public believe the UK should be responsible for its own waste, rather than shipping it overseas. See the article here: https://network.efwconference.com/posts/enfinium-reveals-public-demand-for-a-ban-on-waste-exports We wanted to know what our network thinks about RDF exports. Do you think restrictions or even a blanket ban on exports is necessary? What repercussions could a ban have on the UK’s waste management? Please comment any thoughts or questions on this thread.
The early bird rate for the 2024 Energy from Waste Conference is only available for one more week. Don't miss out on the chance to get your tickets for a discounted rate - running until 24th November. Book here now: https://efwconference.com/energyfromwaste2024/en/page/book-now Looking forward to seeing you there!
Join us on 5th October 2023 at the Hallam Conference Centre, London for a brand new conference on Plastics Reprocessing Infrastructure! Developing domestic plastics reprocessing capacity is an essential part of the circular economy. Join key members of the supply chain to find solutions and access the opportunities of the infrastructure challenge. An unrivalled range of the industry’s leaders consider the challenges to development for the sector, and examine the requirements and opportunities for greater UK reprocessing capacity. Book here and use the code SEPTSAVE at checkout to save £200 on the Standard Delegate Rate. We're looking forward to seeing you there.
Join us tomorrow (21st September) at 12.00 BST/13.00 CET for a live webinar with Technip Energies and Shell Catalysts & Technologies. You can register for this free webinar here. Topic: De-risking Carbon Capture for Waste-To-Energy with Canopy by T.EN Solutions Technip Energies and Shell Catalysts & Technologies bring together two leading companies for the energy transition. Our alliance combines cutting-edge carbon capture technology with project management, integration and delivery expertise, to build solutions the world needs for a low carbon society. Canopy by T.EN™ is a flexible, integrated suite of post-combustion carbon capture solutions for any type of emitter, powered by the proven Shell CANSOLV® CO2 Capture System. Our products allow clients to de-risk their projects, capture with confidence and meet their targets quickly, efficiently and affordably. During this webinar, we will explore the application of the Canopy by T.EN™ products to the energy from waste industry, providing cost effective CO2 abatement for a new era of waste management. If you can't attend this webinar, you'll be able to watch it back on-demand here on EfW Net.
Thursday 13th July, 14.00pm (UK time). Register to attend this free webinar here. As the world navigates the energy transition, Greenergy continue to look towards unlocking the value of waste as a raw material to manufacture renewable fuels and circular products that enable net zero.Join Martin Hopkins, Project Director of Next Generation Renewables at Greenergy, as he talks about the challenges in developing projects and growing the market of waste-to-x.The webinar will cover the challenges created in producing and marketing the fuels from a project, funding perspective and how partnerships can play a key role in accelerating projects to meet rising demands. In this session you will gain an expert insight into challenges that arise in developing a waste to fuels project. Learn about the growing and challenging waste-to-x market. What engineering, commercial and funding issues need to be overcome and how to approach them. You will also be able to access the on-demand recording here on EfW Net to watch back in your own time.
Read the full story here. Are you surprised by the findings of the National waste crime survey? What more needs to be done to reduce waste crime, especially in this difficult financial climate?
The CCC's annual report called for "greater strategic coordination of plans to decarbonise the waste sector" and said that emissions from new plants are “undermining efforts to reduce emissions within the waste sector”. What are your thoughts on these findings? What needs to be done to ensure the decarbonisation of the waste sector? How can increased emissions from new plants be offset?