Maximising the power of Energy-from-Waste: edie launches free business guide

Organisations seeking to capitalise on the sustainability benefits offered by Energy-from-Waste (EfW) now have access to a new edie Explains guide which breaks down everything you need to know about deploying EfW solutions across business operations.

This seven-page guide provides an end-to-end overview of the various EfW technolgies and their uses

This seven-page guide provides an end-to-end overview of the various EfW technolgies and their uses

This new edie Explains: Energy-from-Waste business guide, produced in association with edie's supporting partner phs Group, provides an in-depth summary of EfW, which contributes towards carbon emissions reductions and the reuse and recycling of materials that would otherwise go to landfill.

---READ THE ENERGY-FROM-WASTE GUIDE HERE---

Is EfW right for your business? What are the different EfW technology options, and how do you choose the right one? This edie explains business guide gives you eveyrthing you need to know.

This seven-page guide provides an end-to-end overview of the various EfW technolgies and their uses, helping sustainability and energy managers understand exactly how to make the most out of EfW.

The guide corporates a number of 'top tips' on deploying EfW solutions and concludes with an industry case study, provided by phs Group, which reveals how the company's patented LifeCycle soluted has diverted more than 21,246 tonnes of hygiene waste from landfill to create 13,810 tonnes of refuse-derived fuel (RDF).

edie staff


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