In November 2021, the Executive Committee of IEA Bioenergy approved a three-year work programme on Task 36 Material and Energy Valorisation of Waste in a Circular Economy. 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 Australia, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Norway, South Africa, Sweden and US. The Task leaders are Inge Johansson and Mar Edo from RISE Research Institutes of Sweden.

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Australia: initiatives for adoption of the circular economy

A few reports have lately been published in Australia that are considering various aspects of a move towards greater adoption of circular economy principles. Earlier this year KPMG put out a report which began to consider the economic benefits of a transition to a...

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A step closer to understand the MSWI ashes composition

E.ON, Fortum Waste Solutions, Stena, Sysav and NOAH together with researchers from RISE (Research Institute of Sweden) and Chalmers University of Technology (Gothenburg, Sweden), have used beamline Balder at MAX IV Laboratory (Lund, Sweden) to identify chemical...

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Latest Publications and Reports

Karslruhe, Germany,10-12 March 2014

Karslruhe: IEA Task36-/ BREF AG3 Meeting, 10-12 March 2014 a) 20140310 UK Country Report b) Gasification in the UK report Vismundi c) Karlsruhe_IEA Task 36_minutes_FINAL d) SP proposal Topic report on small scale EfW

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Harwell, UK, October 28-30 2014

Agenda Attached as: To Follow Accommodation To Follow Presentations Task 36 Final Proposal for Task Prolongation for the New Triennium 2016-2018 Dr Pat Howes, Proposed Task Leader Mrs Kathryn Warren, Assistant Task Leader Ricardo-AEA Ltd IEA Bioenergy Task 36_Draft...

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