Energy from Waste: Many Types, Many Challenges, Future Strategies (June 2017)

 Energy from Waste: Many Types, Many Challenges, Future Strategies (June 2017)
Presented live at the 2017 (110th) A&WMA Annual Conference & Exhibition, national executives from the energy-from-waste (EFW) sector provide timely and knowledgeable perspectives on the major issues currently affecting development of EFW projects (economics, public policy, environmental regulations, siting), as well as on the current market drivers and strategies for market growth. The experts represent a cross section of the various types of EFW, from traditional combustion waste-to-energy (WTE) and landfill gas-to-energy, to the emerging types of EFW: waste gasification to liquid fuels, biodiesel, and anaerobic digestion biogas. Some key topics the expert panelists addressed: Where is the market headed for development of new EFW projects and how does this vary with the type of EFW technology? How will upcoming changes in federal energy policy, tax incentives, and environmental regulations play out for EFW? Will the market for new EFW projects now be driven even more by policies set at the state/provincial level for waste management, carbon abatement, and tax incentives? After completing your purchase, you will be contacted by e-mail--normally within a week--with the link and the copyright stipulations for usage. This product purchase cannot be cancelled or refunded once the link is provided to the customer.

Item Number: WEBINAR-57
Shipping Weight: 0lbs. 0oz.
Price: $78.00
Authors/Editors: Ted Michaels, Brian Bahor, James Connolly, David McConnell, Stephen Zemba

Year Published: 2017

Publisher: A&WMA

Format: online