The Solid Waste Authority of Palm Beach, Florida commissioned a white paper
© WtERT Germany GmbH (5/2011)
The Solid Waste Authority of Palm Beach, Florida commissioned a white paper to address issues raised by the Sierra Club to the Palm Beach new 3,000 ton per day WTE facility. This comprehensive 82-page report prepared by Gershman, Brickner & Bratton (GBB) provides a wealth of information on waste-to-energy in general, and in Florida specifically.
Paper export with opportunities and risks: The financial crisis leads to market adjustment in the paper industry
© Deutscher Fachverlag (DFV) (6/2010)
The global financial crisis has also reached the German recycling industry. But as opposed to the banking and automotive industries, the recycling industry has not responded with panic or predictions of Armageddon. Admittedly, there are some problems with exporting wastepaper to China, but in Germany the industry sees more opportunities than risks. In any case, there will be some form of market adjustment. An important representative of the German disposal industry and an expert in the area of wastepaper expresses his views on the situation in the global market. Lutz Siewek is Managing Director of Nehlsen GmbH & CO. KG in Bremen (Germany), where he is also responsible for the company's entire raw materials business.
Retrofit injection of humid gas from sludge dryer and secondary air in WTE furnaces of QuĂ©bec city
© WTERT Greece (5/2010)
This paper discusses the retrofit injection of humid gas from sludge dryer with secondary air in the WTE furnaces in QuĂ©bec City. In 1992, a municipal sludge treatment plant was added in the WTE building. Three sludge dryers, each connected to a furnace, were added. Direct contact with hot furnace gas was used to dry sludge in a rotary drum. Humid gas from the dryer was returned to the rear wall of the furnace just above the finishing grate.
RECYCLING CODE – PACKAGING WASTE COLLECTION INCENTIVE PROGRAMME
© IWWG International Waste Working Group (10/2007)
Valorsul, S.A. is the company responsible for the treatment of the approximately 750 thousand tons of Municipal Solid Waste produced, per year, in great Lisbon. This paper will present a case study of the communication strategy developed in order to achieve the European Union directives on the management of packaging waste - 2004/12/CE (2011 objectives) since the former directive (94/62/CE) objectives were achieved for glass, paper/cardboard and metal flows but not for plastic. 2011 goals are more demanding and despite the 20% grouth of selective collection in Valorsul’s area during the two last years this is not sufficient (see Tables 1 and 2).