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Documentation from the 8th ISWA Beacon Waste to Energy conference

We would like to thank everyone that attended the 8th ISWA Beacon Conference on Waste to Energy in Malmö 27–28 November. It was two interesting days and wehope 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: Industrial Emissions Directive (IED) and BREF WI

Revision of BREF WI, Simon Holbrook, European IPPC Bureau, Seville

National Preparation - BREF Waste Incineration and BREF Waste Treatment, Mats Lindgren, SWECO

How to deal with IED, BREF and BAT – a plant operator’s perspective, Henrik Lindståhl, Tekniska verken i Linköping

Block 2: Policies and life cycle thinking

The future role of waste-to-energy in Swedish EPA perspective, Catarina Östlund, Swedish Environmental Protection Agency, Optimising resource recovery value: the case of recycling systems, Costas Velis, Leeds University

International and national policies and the impact on fuel quality to waste-to-energy

plants in Sweden, Inge Johansson, SP

Waste-to-energy as part of urban mining – recovery of metals from bottom ash, Robert von Raven, Martin

The R1 criterion: challenges, climate factor and legal projections, Lighea Speziale, CEWEP

Block 3: Technical state of the art and new technologies

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

CEWEP Energy efficiency report III, Dieter O. Reimann, CEWEP

An overview of waste-to-energy technologies: potentials and limitations, Stefano Consonni, Politecnico di Milano

New plants and improved performance by upgrading of plants in 2012, Per Lindgren, Götaverken Miljö

North American waste-to-energy boiler design: The single pass boiler – a different approach, Ole Hedegaard Madsen, B&W Vølund

Advanced combustion process for municipal solid waste to minimize primary emissions and maximize efficienc, Alfred Sigg, Hitachi-Zosen Inova

Mobile perfomance validation unit for flue gas treatment revamping, Christian Bessy, LAB

Material and energy recovery from waste via waste gasification, Tanigaki Nobuhiro, Nippon Steel & Sumikin Engineering

Block 4: Biogenic and fossil content in waste

What is the difference between biogenic and fossil CO2, Thomas Astrup, Technical University of Denmark

Electricity certificates and guarantees of origin from waste, Jenny Hedström, Swedish Energy Agency

Operational experiences and challenges measuring biogenic CO2 – in the context of EU-ETS, Lia Detterfelt, Renova

Practical operational experience from fossil CO2 determination – the BIOMA method, Christian Riber, Ramboll

Block 5: Waste-to-energy in city planning

How to integrate a waste-to-energy facility in a metropolitan – Case Copenhagen, Claus Hermansen, BIG

Importance of communication: Soft values with hard impact – case Filbornaverket, Göran Skoglund, Öresundskraft

Technical tour Friday 29th November Filbornaverket, Helsingborg

Filborna Waste to Energy Plant in Helsingborg

Flue gas treatment /condensation Filbornaverket

Alstom Filborna Presentation, Rolf P. Hunt

ISWA, Welcome to Öresundskraft and Filborna plant! Jesper Baaring, Project Director

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