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WtERT India: 3rd International Brainstorming Workshop on "Sustainable Municipal Solid Waste Management in India"; 29-30th January, 2015, Hyderabad
The main objective of the workshop is to discuss the current challenges and opportunities to maintain sustainability in municipal solid waste management (MSWM) in India. It will also focus on the technologies for waste treatment based on their impacts on environment and economics. Finally, the workshop will provide options for overall management of MSW in various categories of cities and towns through case studies. Sustainability of a waste management system requires Economic, Environmental and Social aspects. Scientifically available control measures to overcome the challenges towards MSWM in future will be debated in this workshop which will finally lead to sustainable framework development for a SWACHHA Bharat (Campaign Clean India). Read more >>>
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IPCC approves Fifth Assessment Report in Copenhagen. The Fifth Assessment Report (AR5) provides a clear and up to date view of the current state of scientific knowledge relevant to climate change. It consists of three Working Group (WG) reports and a Synthesis Report (SYR). Further Information about the outline and concent and how the AR5 has been prepared can be in the AR5 reference document and SRY Scoping document.
Months ago, the Avaaz community decided on a crazy goal -- the largest mobilisation on climate change in history. On September 21, 2014 it actually happened. Hundreds of thousands of people marched in New York and in over 2000 other communities around the world. It was a beautiful expression of our love for all that climate change threatens, and our hope that we can save this world and build a society powered by 100% clean energy.
CEWEP publishes the third edition of its report on the energy efficiency of Waste-to-Energy Plants (waste incineration with energy recovery) in Europe.
"The energy efficiency criterion (R1 formula) that was introduced in the Waste Framework Directive has proved to be an incentive for Waste-to-Energy plants in Europe to improve their Energy Efficiency", Ella Stengler, CEWEP’s Managing Director, stated on the occasion of the publication of the association’s third Energy Efficiency report.
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|Industry Barometer: Waste-to-Energy|
This barometer analysing expectations / evaluations for the Waste-to-Energy business has been drawn up in cooperation between CEWEP, ESWET and the ecoprog consultancy.
Waste-to-Energy: Helping to close the loop in the Circular Economy
TCEWEP's Response to the Commission's proposal on the Circulr Economy. CEWEP embraces the Commission's Ambition to Phase out landfilling of recyclable and recoverable wasate and urges the decision makers to promote Quality Recycling.
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Save the planet
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