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Developed for commercial use by the power industry over 35 years ago, Thermal WtE is technology that has wide application around the world today.
- Predominant waste management method in Western Europe (After recycling) and parts of Asia.
- China has 50 Thermal WtE facilities, with a large push to build more utilising plasma technology
- Europe has 431 sites and a large percentage of energy is now derived from this technology
- In 2012, 24 energy from waste plants operating in England were treating almost 4 million tonnes of residual MSW and solid recovered fuel (SRF).
- Norway sends under 5% of waste to landfill; the rest is recycled or used for energy.
- Thru the elimination of the need for landfill and the use of thermal treatment and recycling Sweden imports waste to feed its thermal plants!
- The US has approx. 120 plants. With some of the largest processing over 1200 tonnes of municipal waste per day creating over 77MWh and eliminating the need for landfill.
- Japan is the largest user in thermal treatment of MSW in the world with 40 million tonnes per annum.
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- Australia is the lowest ranked country for recycling levels and WtE processing for GDP per Capita, equal to Slovenia.
- Australians are the highest producers of waste per capita in the world.
- Landfilling is increasing each year, passing 21 Million tonnes in 2007.
- Using international projects as a guide approximately 80% of Australia’s MSW is available for the production of energy, representing approximately 50GJ annually without looking at existing landfills.