#WasteToEnergyNews Converting Food Waste to Energy to Vietnam’s First Waste to Energy Project

Companies are turning their head towards using waste to create energy more than ever before. From a large scale to small scale, companies are not only setting up new waste-to-energy plants, investors are taking notice. Find out what’s new in the latest waste-to-energy news, below…

Converting Food Waste to Energy – civileats.com
WASTE TO ENERGY “Approximately 40 percent of the food we produce in the U.S. goes to waste, and only 5 percent of that waste is being recycled. In other words, there is a lot of room for positive change.”
Waste-to-energy plant to be set up in Kovai – etenergyworld.com
Waste-to-energy plant to be set up in Kovai “With the city producing over 1100 tonnes of waste on a daily basis, the Coimbatore corporation plans to set up a waste to energy plant based on a model from Stuttgart region in Germany. If sources are to be believed, the announcement will come from the chief minister on August 5.”
Everbright to Build Vietnam’s First Waste to Energy Project
Everbright to Build Vietnam’s First Waste to Energy Project “China Everbright International Limited has been awarded a contract to develop Vietnam’s first waste to energy project, a 7.5 MW plant in Can Tho.”
Black & Veatch takes on South African waste-to-energy project – biomassmagazine.com
Black & Veatch takes on South African waste-to-energy project “Black & Veatch was selected by MBHE African Power (PTY) Ltd, a local renewable energy developer, to provide technical assistance for the country’s first waste-to-energy (WTE) plant. The energy plant will be located in the Drakenstein Municipality, near Wellington in the Western Cape.”

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