edie explains: Energy-from-Waste

Last updated: 2nd April 2020

This new edie explains guide looks at Energy-from-Waste (EfW) and the associated technologies and issues surrounding the topic.

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, produced in association with phs Group, has the answers.

EfW is a generic term for transforming residual waste – waste which cannot be reused, recycled or recovered – into heat and energy. EfW plants contribute towards carbon emissions reductions and the reuse and recycling of materials that would otherwise go to landfill.

This eight-page edie explains 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.

It also includes a case study example from phs of how it worked with brewer and pub company Marston’s on its hygiene and environmental waste.

Fill out the form on the left and click ‘READ THE GUIDE’ to download this free edie Explains guide.

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