Waste-to-energy - RDFs News

Our online environmental magazine offers you the latest news on new products, projects, innovation, leading companies and all current news on the waste-to-energy sector and Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF). Energy recovery as a key element of the circular economy, innovation and digitisation in the waste-to-energy sector. We cover and provide news on all matters related to the waste-to-energy sector, as an indispensable cornerstone of sustainable development and pillar of the 2030 Agenda.

UNTHA boosts PASA’s SRF manufacturing capabilities in Mexico

Total waste management specialist Promotora Ambiental SAB de CV (PASA) has strengthened its Waste to Energy capabilities in Mexico, with the investment in a second Solid Recovered Fuel (SRF) manufacturing line. The company hit industry...

Greene Waste to Energy joins Distrito Digital technology hub

This week saw Greene Waste to Energy joining the Distrito Digital Comunidad Valenciana technology hub, an ecosystem made up of companies with a firm commitment to innovation and technology headquartered in the Autonomous Community...

Repsol to develop two major emissions-reductions projects in Spain

The first project involves building one of the world’s largest plants to manufacture net zero emissions fuels, using CO2 and green hydrogen generated with renewable energy. The second project is a plant for generation of...

Lancashire Waste boosts SRF production capacity with new UNTHA shredders

Lancashire Waste Recycling has halved plant wear costs and further boosted manufacturing capacity with an investment in its sixth UNTHA shredder. The firm has been making a high-specification Solid Recovered Fuel (SRF) at its Fleetwood...

TERSA begins to manage medical waste from hospitals

TERSA, a publicly-owned company that provides circular economy-related environmental services, has been authorised by the Catalan Waste Agency (ARC) to treat medical waste in the current context of COVID-19. This week, the Sant Adrià de...

Operators of MSW treatment plants post 2019 revenues of over €1.7 billion

80% of the revenues were generated by privately-owned companies, with the remaining 20% corresponding to companies in which public authorities have a majority shareholding. The number of MSW treatment and disposal plants in Spain...

Urbaser increases its international activity with a new plant in Gloucestershire, England

Urbaser, a global environmental management company, increases its international presence with the activation of the Gloucestershire plant, which specializes in waste management, located in the southwestern region of England. The Gloucestershire energy facility, which Urbaser...

IN DEPTH: ANALYSIS OF THE WASTE SECTOR IN 2019

We begin 2020 with FuturENVIRO’s first special issue of the year on waste, featuring our by now well established section entitled “In depth: Analysis of 2019”.  In this section, leading actors and trade associations from the...

WtE growth is back in Europe

At the end of 2018, an estimated number of 2,450 thermal treatment plants were active throughout the world, with an overall treatment capacity of approximately 370 million tpy. For 2019 alone, we expect about...

New glass recovery line at Maresme Integrated Waste Recovery Centre to recycle 4,500 T...

The Maresme Integrated Waste Recovery Centre has completed the implementation of a new glass recovery line. 1.8 million euro was invested in the construction of the new line, improvements to the biomethanisation process and...