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Energy from Waste Conference Papers

Pylons

A number of technologies are available for the conversion of waste material to energy including biological processes and conventional mass burn incineration. This one day meeting organised by the Environment Group and Process Engineering Group of SCI in conjunction with Lancaster Environment Centre considered the advanced thermal technologies which are rapidly developing, including: Gasification, Plasma Gasification and Pyrolysis. This meeting was aimed at Technology Providers, R&D Houses, Local Authorities and Waste Management Companies.

'The opportunity: To offset 34 million tonnes of carbon from fossil fuel sources by implementing energy from waste technologies' (Environmental Knowledge Transfer Network)

Organising Committee
Steve Waller, Matthew Lemmon, Ben Herbert

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