Integrating Energy Recovery into Solid Waste Management Systems

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Task 36: Integrating Energy Recovery Into Solid Waste Management Systems

In November 2015 the Executive Committee of IEA Bioenergy approved a three-year work programme on Energy Recovery from Solid Waste – referred to as Task 36 (2016-2018). The Task Objectives include the maintenance of a network of participating countries as a forum for information exchange and dissemination.

The participating countries in this Task are France, Germany, Italy and Sweden.

The Task leader is Inge Johansson from RISE Research Institutes of Sweden, previously SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden.

More information on Task 36

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Upcoming report on trends in waste management
August 15, 2018
Why is the MSW management in Italy a difficult issue?
August 1, 2018
Twist in producer responsibility in Sweden
August 1, 2018
Upcoming event: Workshop on Solid Recovered Fuels
April 20, 2018

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