Task 36 Material and Energy Valorisation of Waste in a Circular Economy (previously known as Integrating Energy Recovery into Solid Waste Management Systems) is an international working group which seeks to raise public awareness of sustainable energy generation from biomass residues and waste fractions including municipal solid waste (MSW) as well as to increase technical information dissemination. As outlined in the 3-year work programme, Task 36 seeks to understand what role energy from waste and material recycling can have in a circular economy and identify technical and non-technical barriers and opportunities needed to achieve this vision.
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IEA-Bioenergy Task 36 discusses this hot topic at the SABIA NATIONAL BIOGAS CONFERENCE 2021 (online from South Africa) With the increased need to incorporate renewable energy resources in the energy mix, the transition towards a decarbonized circular economy has...
SABIA (Southern Africa Biogas Association) in collaboration with IEA Bioenergy Task 36 are organizing the SABIA INTERNATIONAL BIOGAS CONFERENCE - Transitioning towards a decarbonized circular economy with focus on Waste-to-energy on the 1st of June. Among the...
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Presentations from the TASK 36 Workshop Circular economy and the role of Energy (from Waste), Paris 10 January 2017 to be downloaded below. Introduction. Inge Johansson, Task leader. The Role of Biomass, Bioenergy and Biorefining in a Circular Economy. Harriëtte Bos,...
The second meeting for the 2016-2018 triennium was held in Paris 9-11 January. The task meeting was held the first day while a Workshop on Circular Economy was held the second day. The last day the task visited the WtE plant Isseane.
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