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Waste is a burning problem, but burning’s no solution

HÀ NỘI — After years of suffering, the residents could not take the stink any more. On January 11, they… (Read more)

PUB, NEA find a way to convert sludge and food waste into energy

SINGAPORE - What gets flushed down your toilet every day might just not be wasted. After a two-year trial, Singapore's… (Read more)

Waste-to-energy: A renewable opportunity for Southeast Asia?

Southeast Asia’s urban population is projected to rise to nearly 400 million by 2030, requiring significant investment in waste management to… (Read more)

British company to invest $200m in West Java waste-to-fuel plants

British recycling company Plastic Energy Ltd. is set to invest US$200 million to build waste-to-fuel plants in several cities across… (Read more)

Environment group hits plan for MPIC-led Quezon City waste incinerator

MANILA, Philippines — An environmental group opposed to garbage incineration, is urging the Quezon City government to cancel a planned… (Read more)

Country’s first waste-to-energy plant to start operations in June

The country's first waste-to-energy (WTE) plant in Tanah Merah, Negeri Sembilan, is on schedule to begin operations in June. Housing… (Read more)

Wasting away to make energy

Many private companies in the Thai renewable energy field are pleased with the new version of the national power development… (Read more)

Open tender for waste-to-energy management system

PETALING JAYA: The government will hold an open tender exercise for companies interested in developing a waste-to-energy (WTE) management system… (Read more)

Construction of P2.5-billion waste-to-energy project in Davao to start in Q3

DAVAO CITY (MindaNews / 29 March) – The national government will start the construction of the waste-to-energy (WTE) project worth… (Read more)

Indonesia to auction three waste-to-energy projects this year

The government plans to auction three waste-to-energy projects this year, one in the West Java capital of Bandung and two… (Read more)