02.07.15 - Registration is open!

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02.07.15 - Draft programme available now

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Documentation from the 7th ISWA Beacon Waste to Energy conference

We would like to thank everyone that attended the 7th ISWA Beacon Conference on Waste to Energy in Malmö 3-4 November. It was two interesting days and we could not have done them without you. We hope that your return trips home went well and that we will see you back in Malmö in another 2 years.

Documentation for download

Block 1

Hot topics in EU, Marta Gurin CEWEP

Presentation of the Guideline for calculating the energy efficiency (R1), Carsten Spohn ITAD

Treatment capacity and cross-boundary waste flows in Europe, Bärbel Birnstengel, Prognos AG and Natalie Cording, Tolvik Consulting

The waste market - from a waste brokers perspective, Atle Marøen, Rekom AS

Block 2

Measurement of fossil content in combustible waste in Denmark, Thomas Astrup, Technical University of Denmark

Determination of fossil content in combustible waste in Sweden, Eva-Lena Blomqvist, SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden

Comparison between MBT and WtE from a climate and cost point of view, Christoph Wünsch, Technical University of Dresden

Metal recovery from bottom ash, Daniel Böni, Kehrichtverwertung Zürcher Oberland

Metal recovery from air pollution control residues - filter ash, Jürg Bühler, BSH Umweltservice AG

Block 3

Presentation of the ISWA State of the art Waste-to-Energy report, Jørgen Haukohl, Rambøll

Development of boiler and flue gas cleaning concepts for RDF-boilers, Harm-Peter Büchner, E.ON Waste to energy

New generation WtE plants with high R1 and low BAT emission levels, Ole Hedegaard Madsen B&W Vølund & Per Lindgren Götaverken Miljö

Latest developments on dry flue gas treatment, Christian Bessy, LAB

Save energy, lower catalyst temperature, Ruedi Frey, Hitachi-Zosen Inova

Technical innovations in the new 500.00 t/y Copenhagen-Amager waste to energy
plant, Ole Poulsen , Rambøll

Block 4

Accuracy of the determination of biogenic contents in heterogeneous waste mixtures, Ralf Ketelhut, Stoffstromdesign

The first Waste-to-Energy plant in Lithuania, Peter Liebscher, Fortum Heat

Development of Waste-to Energy in Japan, Seiji Shimoda, Hitachi Zosen Inova



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