The NSW 20-Year Waste Strategy is a whole-of-government initiative to provide a long-term strategic direction for communities, industry and all levels of government to work together to build resilient services and markets for waste resources. An issues paper Cleaning Up
In a recently released report, The Role of Energy from Waste in a Circular Economy: Creating a stable project structure, the Australian Industrial Ecology Network (AIEN) urges State Governments, the resource recovery industry and all stakeholders to find a unified
Energy from waste (EfW) refers to converting waste materials into fuels, or energy in the form of electricity, heat, or cooling. The Queensland Government has developed a discussion paper that outlines the proposed role for EfW in Queensland, how it
Hosted by the Australian Industrial Ecology Network, the fourth annual Australian Waste to Energy Forum will take place from 19 – 21 February 2019 in Ballarat, Victoria. The organising committee and AIEN Directors invite you to participate in the discussions,
If you’ve attended the Australian Waste to Energy Forum before, you know it offers world-class content, smart solutions and unparalleled networking. And if you haven’t attended, what are you waiting for? The agenda for 2018 is almost finalised and will
The Australian Industrial Ecology Network has been invited to appear as witnesses at a public hearing for the inquiry into energy from waste technology on Thursday 17 August 2017. Click here to read the AIEN submission.
The recent closures of some of Australia’s long-running and major contributing coal plants, are setting the scene for renewable energy projects such as Waste-to-Energy to become a viable alternative. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn, network and discuss the issues
Changes in government policy in recent years have created a renewed interest in energy from waste opportunities and Australia is now considered, internationally, to be a potential growth market. Due to Australia’s unique conditions it is widely accepted that the
Changes in government policy in recent years have created a renewed interest in energy from waste opportunities and Australia is now considered, internationally, to be a potential growth market. The 2nd Australian Waste to Energy Forum – Waste to Energy
Click here to view a gallery of snapshots from the Australian Waste to Energy Forum held in Ballarat on 17 & 18 February 2016.