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Waste to fuel the future

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In the Autumn 2023 issue of Energy Global, Patrick Clerens, ESWET, Belgium, considers a sustainable approach to waste management and energy generation. This special report lists all the references for this article.

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  2. ‘Waste-to-Energy 2050: Clean technologies for sustainable waste management’, ESWET (2020).
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  6. ‘How Europe can cut natural gas imports from Russia significantly within a year’, International Energy Agency, (3 March 2022), 
  7. ‘Thermal energy’, Trattamento Rifiuti Metropolitani, 
  8. ‘Integrated District Heating System in Torino’, Interreg Europe, 
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  10. See AWG website for more information: 
  11. More information can be found here: 
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  15. 'CCUS development pathway for the EfW sector', Eunomia, (2021), Scenario and costs based on UK facilities, original figures in £, converted in € on 3 November 2022.
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  17. ‘Fortum Oslo Varme and our Carbon Capture Project’, Fortum, 
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  19. ‘No time to waste: WtE operators in the Netherlands turn up the heat on decar-bonisation’, Newest-CCUS, (2022), 
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