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Documentation from the 9th ISWA Beacon Waste to Energy conference

We would like to thank everyone that attended the 9th ISWA Beacon Conference on Waste to Energy in Malmö 18–19 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

Welcome remarks, David Newman, President ISWA

Block 1 The role of Waste-to-Energy - a multiple side system approach

ISWA Task Force Resource Management, Björn Appelqvist

Website, video and reports

Swedish perspective: A complex picture – Waste-to-Energy in the context of waste management and energy generation, Jenny Sahlin

Role to detoxify society, Tomas Rydberg

New projects: The fundamentals needed for investments in Waste-to-Energy plants, Stellan Jacobsson

The role of Waste-to-Energy in EU - Energy Union and Circular Economy, Ella Stengler

Capacity and legal steering of Waste-to-Energy in Germany, Carsten Spohn

RDF Export and Domestic Waste-to-Energy Capacity – the UK Puzzle, Joe Papineschi

Block 2 Public awareness and communication

Global perspective: Variations in public acceptance and support for Waste to Energy plants and the need to share best practice, Paul Davison

Rethink the relationship of architecture and waste - Waste to energy, city planning and the role of architecture, Elisabet Höglund

Block 3 Biogas production and Waste-to-Energy – symbiosis or competition?

Danish-German perspective: LCA on treatment of food waste, Morten Bang Jensen

Swedish example: Biogas production and Waste-to-Energy in Linköping, Klas Gustafsson

Swedish example: Source sorting of food waste in the south of Sweden, Kjerstin Ekvall

Block 4 Gasification

Gasification as means of Waste-to-Energy - main parameters and application, Nubohiro Tanigaki

Block 5 Technical aspects and operational experience

Danish perspective: Renewable energy sources as base load - a challenge for Waste-to-Energy plants, Jørgen Haukohl

How to optimise energy deliverance from waste-to-energy when intermittent energy sources work as base load, Kristine Hansen

Waste as resource within Heat Roadmap Europe, Urban Persson

Latest developments implemented in new EfW-plant in Perlen/Lucerne and revamped plant in Horgen/Zurich, Roland Greil

Operational experience new plant: Karanoveren, Roskilde, Denmark – New type of Martin grate, Klaus W Hansen

Operational experience new plant: Mälarenergi, Västerås, Sweden – World’s biggest CFB-line, Peter Karlsson and Filip Öberg

What happened to SteamBOOST? - New results on how to boost electrical efficiency, Ole Hedegaard Madsen

Block 6 Best Available Techniques

What will the new WI BREF focus on? Henrik Lindståhl

Operational experience: CO and NOX – evaluation method to understand the correlation, Björn Zetraeus

Research on dioxins that paves the way for even better flu gas cleaning and sampling, Eva Weidemann

Operational experience: Dioxin sampling methods, Mats Gustafsson