Web161206: An inconvenient truth-NZ can take off to Paris with energy from waste

by Dr Marc Stammbach
Chemical Engineer, Hitachi Zosen Inova, Australia

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About the webinar:

Extracting valuable products from waste in a circular economy* is critical for communities to be sustainable.

Grate based energy from waste maximises energy as well as material recovery from solid waste. Recovered materials include detoxified inert materials for use, aggregate, ferrous and aluminium, and now also copper, silver, palladium, and even gold. The high net energy production to electricity, process steam, district heating and cooling classifies them as recycling plants according to the European R1 criteria.

About the presenter:

Marc is a Chemical Engineer and has designed, marketed and built recycling and processing facilities for more than 30 years in environmental and large-scale investment industries in Australia and Europe.

His resource recovery experience includes recycling, composting, dry anaerobic digestion, mechanical-biological treatment and residual waste-to-energy. These projects include around 500 MW per year of residual waste-to-energy capacity.

He manages the local subsidiary of HZI to deliver EfW solutions to the Oceania market.

Hitachi Zosen Inova’s Energy from Waste technology encompasses thermal and biological capability.

Thermal EfW plants treat solid municipal & commercial waste using proven, safe and clean technologies. Biological EfW plants use HZI’s Kompogas® process which converts organic waste to biogas, power, heat, and organic fertiliser.

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