Friday October 30, 2020

Waste Summit: Getting the best out of the sector

Jackie Keaney, vice-president of Confederation of European Waste to Energy Plants Ireland, examines the option of boosting alternate energy from waste.

4th November, 2012
Jackie Keaney, vice-president of Confederation of European Waste to Energy Plants Ireland.

CEWEP Ireland is the Irish branch of CEWEP Europe and it promotes the development of environmentally sustainable waste-to-energy facilities in Ireland. CEWEP views residual waste as a resource and its members treat household and similar waste left over after waste prevention, re-use and recycling.

A major part of household and similar waste that remains after waste prevention, reuse and recycling, is biodegradable. This waste is considered as biomass and therefore is a source of sustainable...

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