Istanbul expands waste to energy electricity two million people

Istanbul expands waste-to-energy capacity to cover electricity needs of two million people

15 February 2022 - The Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality produced 844 GWh of power in waste incinerators and from landfill gas last year

waste incineration under EU ETS generates climate, employment benefits

Including waste incineration in EU ETS would bring climate, employment benefits

08 October 2021 - Including waste incineration in the EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) would encourage waste prevention...

Irish Eqtec re-enters Croatia market with Belišće biogas facility

Irish Eqtec re-enters Croatia market with Belišće biomass facility

13 August 2021 - Waste-to-energy and gasification solutions company Eqtec has announced it has completed the acquisition of a 1.2 MW power plant in Croatia.

Vienna greenest cities world

Vienna ranked first among greenest cities in the world

08 May 2020 - Vienna is the greenest among the 50 most visited cities on the planet, according to...

Refuse-derived fuel as an alternative to fossil fuels in Serbia

13 August 2019 - Authors: Igor Đorđević, Associate, and Ivan Gazdić, Head of Projects & Infrastructure, CMS Belgrade Given...

Expert views (part three): Future of recycling industry in Serbia and use of waste-derived alternative fuels

15 March 2019 - In the third in a series of interviews on waste management with representatives of state...

Waste management in Serbia – problems, challenges, and possible solutions

19 February 2019 - Serbia has handed the second draft negotiating position for chapter 27 to the European Commission,...

Belgrade landfill operator to apply to get biogas plant into feed-in tariff system

13 August 2018 - Once it gets the construction permit under the EUR 330 million public-private partnership (PPP) project...

Hitachi Zosen Inova company to build first waste-to-energy plant in Istanbul

19 September 2017 - The Swiss company Hitachi Zosen Inova has been awarded a contract by the Istanbul city...