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Prof. Nickolas John Themelis awarded with CEWEP Phoenix Award for his outstanding contributions to the Waste-to-Energy sector

Professor Nickolas John Themelis received the CEWEP Phoenix Award for his outstanding contributions to the Waste-to-Energy sector during a Phoenix Award Ceremony held on 16th June 2016 in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

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A unique opportunity to use the untapped potential of biowaste - ECN Position Paper on EU Circular Economy
The European Compost Network (ECN) welcomes the legislative proposals presented in the ‘Circular Economy Package’, released by the European Commission on 2 December 2015, as a key milestone for resource efficiency and the achievement of a truly circular economy in Europe.

Source: European Compost Network ECN e.V.

Organics Recycling and the Return of Compost to Soils Delivers
Recycling organic residuals instead of throwing them in the garbage is the first step to capturing the full potential that these under-recognized resources can play to address a wide range of current global environmental issues.        
Source: European Compost Network ECN e.V.
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Waste-to-energy electricity generation concentrated in Florida and Northeast 
In 2015, Florida and four states in the Northeast accounted for 61% of the total WTE power plant capacity in the United States, and they produced 64% of total U.S. WTE electricity generation.  

Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration

Dr.Ing. Petter Lundström
Energos AS
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Pei Tang
Eindhoven Univeristy of Technology
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Landfill mining option: MBT role and landfill potential danger 
The use of landfills for the disposal of municipal solid waste (MSW) has many technical and regulatory limits. An interesting solution is to recover the bales that have been previously stored in a landfill.
Status and new trends / perspectives of MBT in Germany 
Waste treatment management needs to realign specifications of sustainability of resources. According to present studies, waste treatment management is significantly able to contribute to material and energy recovery from solid waste.
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