(NL) – The Dutch waste management firm AEB has sharply curtailed operations at its Amsterdam waste to energy (wte) plant. AEB announced in early July that four of the plant’s six incineration lines had to be idled for safety reasons. AEB had effectively discontinued imports of refuse-derived fuel (RDF) from the UK ...
AEB forced to drastically throttle operations at Amsterdam waste to energy plant
Other Dutch wte plants cut back on RDF imports, primarily from the UK
© 2019 EUWID Europäischer Wirtschaftsdienst GmbH | All Rights Reserved.
Copyright notice The individual articles, tables and other contents published by EUWID are protected by copyright and are provided exclusively for the client's own use and the use of the client's employees. In the absence of a more extensive licence agreement, only one copy may be printed for circulation at a single business location designated by the client. Digital distribution of EUWID contents, especially by intranet or by e-mail, within a company, throughout a group of companies, or outside a company is not permitted and constitutes an infringement of copyright law. Read more in our FAQ.