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17.06.2020

How to reduce methane emissions? Notes from a successful workshop

Methane is a potent greenhouse gas that poses great harm to human health and the environment. It was assessed that methane…

10.03.2020

EU Taxonomy – Waste-to-Energy can be sustainable

ESWET and CEWEP welcome the report on the “EU Taxonomy” published by the Technical Expert Group (TEG) on sustainable finance, with the…

20.02.2020

New Eurostat data on Municipal Waste Treatment in the EU

A comparison between Eurostat data between 2010 and 2018 clearly shows that recycling and WasteToEnergy are growing hand-in-hand in the EU….

20.01.2020

Siegfried Scholz is the new President of ESWET

(from left, Dr. Siegfried Scholz, president of ESWET, and Dr. Edmund Fleck, former president of ESWET) As of January 1, 2020,…

04.12.2019

BAT Conclusions for Waste Incineration – ESWET reaction

ESWET welcomes the publication by the European Commission of the Best Available Techniques (BAT) Conclusions for Waste Incineration (WI), setting…

26.11.2019

Explanatory and Guidance document on Waste Incineration BREF and BAT conclusions

The Waste Incineration BAT conclusions, the basis to reassess and update the environmental permits of waste incineration plants in Europe,…