Recovering the non-recyclable: the Integrated Resource-Recovery Facility

21 March, 2023 Zabalgarbi Zabalgarbi Noticias EN

ESWET

Complementary to waste prevention, re-use, and recycling, Waste-to-Energy currently represents the most sustainable solution to treat non-recyclable waste.

However, as waste generation continues to increase in Europe and globally, the sector is working on how to achieve its full potential. ESWET, as the voice of European suppliers, is proud to present its updated Vision for the future of Waste-to-Energy!

Recovering the non-recyclable: the Integrated Resource-Recovery Facility

The IRF represents a new model of plant and a step-change evolution in waste thermal treatment. Thanks to state-of-the-art European engineering, new and refurbished plants can now implement innovative technologies and, for instance, produce hydrogen or synthetic fuels, or capture their CO2 emissions. With those additions, the IRF can fully reach the decarbonisation potential of residual waste treatment, and closes the loop of the circular economy.