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Notifications for British waste exports to be

valid even in the event of a no-deal Brexit

(UK) – Most British waste exporters will be able to use existing transfrontier shipment (TFS) notifications to ship waste to the EU after 29 March, even in the event of a no-deal Brexit. This is most relevant for exports of refuse-derived... more

Babcock & Wilcox turns over loss-making

waste to energy projects in UK and Denmark

(USA, UK) – The beleaguered US power plant technology company Babcock & Wilcox (B&W) has turned over two of its five remaining loss projects in Europe. On Monday, B&W announced, that its Danish subsidiary Babcock & Wilcox... more

Remondis acquires waste

operations from Rutgers Milieu

(NL, D) – Germany’s largest waste management company is expanding its presence in the Netherlands. Remondis Nederland announced in late January that it purchased waste collection and treatment activities belonging to the Dutch... more

Schwarz subsidiary Prezero wants to increase

turnover by 50 per cent to €750m by 2023

(D) – Germany’s Schwarz Group, which owns the discount supermarket chains Lidl and Kaufland, wants to considerably expands its activities in the waste and recycling sector. "We have a clear focus on growth," said Gerd... more

EEW gets go-ahead for new

incineration line in Premnitz

(D) – The waste-to-energy (wte) plant operator EEW has received permission to install a second grate-fired line at its Premnitz facility in Germany’s northeast. The state of Brandenburg’s Environment Agency (LfU) approved the... more

Twence becomes new owner

of Empyro pyrolysis plant

(NL) – The Dutch waste company Twence Holding B.V. acquired the Empyro pyrolysis plant in Hengelo from BTG BioLiquids B.V. (BTG-BTL) with effect from the start of the year. Commissioned in 2015, the plant turns around 120 tonnes of wood... more

Hazardous waste to remain

underground at Stocamine site

(F) – The bulk of the hazardous waste stored at the controversial Stocamine underground landfill in Alsace will not be removed. Instead, the French government has decided to continue sealing off the waste in situ, announced the prefecture... more

Ikea invests in MDS technology

(EU) – Construction recently began on a new plant in the port of Amsterdam that will separate fractions of post-consumer plastic waste using the magnetic density separation (MDS) process developed by the Rotterdam-based firm Umincorp. The... more

Kuka’s Wolfgang Schiller appointed as CEO of ZenRobotics

The Finnish sorting technology specialist ZenRobotics has appointed Wolfgang Schiller as its new CEO. Mr Schiller previously worked for the German industrial robotics group Kuka AG for 13 years. He most recently served as vice... more

Good arisings and full winter stocks

making life easier for power plants

(D) – The German waste wood market is experiencing comparatively good supply in the first few weeks of the new year. Some insiders even described availability as more than adequate in southern Germany. For instance, one longstanding... more

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