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21.12.2020

Waste-to-Energy is more than just burning waste!

Waste-to-Energy is more than just burning waste! To raise awareness on the topic, ESWET published a video and a fact sheet with…

14.12.2020

Joint-statement: An EU Taxonomy delivering for the economy and the environment

We, the signatories of this statement, represent sectors of major importance for European economic development and wealth. We make the…

05.12.2020

Can Waste-to-Energy become carbon negative?

Can Waste-to-Energy become carbon negative? A conversation with Jannicke Bjerkas, Director CCS Fortum Oslo Varme David Kearns, Senior Consultant, Global…

23.10.2020

IEM FörderTechnik GmbH is a new member of ESWET!

IEM ConveyingSystems GmbH is an innovative partner in the field of material flow systems for both, bulk and piece goods…

19.10.2020

Joint-statement on the role of Waste-to-Energy in the EU Taxonomy

The joint statement underlines the contribution of Waste-to-Energy towards a sustainable Europe, thanks to its role in energy and material…

13.10.2020

Elaboration of contractual guidelines for the Waste-to-Energy sector

ESWET – the European Suppliers of Waste-to-Energy Technology – is currently working on the elaboration of non-binding guidelines to address…

22.09.2020

Three events to address the role of Waste-to-Energy in the EU Taxonomy

Three important events to discuss the current and future policies and technologies for sustainable waste management will take place online…

15.09.2020

Significant growth for ESWET in the first half of 2020

As of today, the Brussels-based association counts 26 members, including the main global players in the Waste-to-Energy sector. The new members…

12.09.2020

ESWET: Time to ensure sustainable waste shipments in Europe

Over the past decades, exports of waste to non-European countries have risen steadily, pushing the waste issue far away but…

22.06.2020

ESWET: The EU Taxonomy and the treatment of non-recyclable waste

With the release of the policy briefing “What Role for the Treatment of Non-Recyclable Waste in the EU Taxonomy?” ESWET…