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The world’s first mall for recycled goods
© ASK-EU (09.05.2017)
ReTuna Aterbruksgalleria is a mall dedicated entirely to repaired and upcycled goods. It combines a traditional municipal recycling centre with a shopping centre, so that people can drop off goods that they no longer need, and then browse for something new – perhaps stopping off at the cafe in between. It’s the first mall of its kind in Sweden, and as far as they know, the first in the world.

Everbright International Nanjing Waste-to-energy Project Phase II Completes Construction and Commences Operation
© ASK-EU (29.03.2017)
China Everbright International Limited ("Everbright International" or the "Group") (HKSE: 00257) is pleased to announce that the Group's Nanjing Waste-to-energy Project ("Nanjing Project" or the "Project") Phase II has completed construction three months ahead of schedule and commenced commercial operation.

Gatwick and DHL open new waste management plant – becoming the first airport in the world to turn Category 1 airline waste into energy onsite
© ASK-EU (23.03.2017)
Gatwick Airport and DHL Supply Chain today formally open a new waste management plant, becoming the first airport in the world to turn airport waste, such as food and packaging, into energy onsite. The new £3.8million waste plant not only disposes of Category 1 waste safely onsite, but converts it and other organic waste into energy to heat Gatwick’s waste management site and power the site's water recovery system. The plant is set to save £1,000 in energy and waste management costs for every day it operates.

Everbright International Secures Sichuan Leshan Waste-to-energy Project
© ASK-EU (21.03.2017)
China Everbright International Limited ("Everbright International" or the "Group") (HKSE: 00257) is pleased to announce that the Group has signed a concession agreement for a household waste-to-energy project with the People's Government of Leshan City in Sichuan Province, to invest and construct the Leshan Waste-to-energy Project ("Leshan Project"), with a total investment of approximately RMB650 million.

European Parliament voted for ambitious waste targets and separate collection for bio-waste
© European Compost Network ECN e.V. (16.03.2017)
With great majority, the members of the European Parliament adopted the report of the ENVI Committee on the waste legislative proposals in the Plenary on 14 March 2017. This vote will pave the way towards a Circular Economy by strengthening the waste hierarchy and mandating separate collection of bio-waste across Europe.

Eggersmann acquiring Bio-Dry technology from CONVAERO
© ASK-EU (09.03.2017)
After 20 years in the waste management sector, 15 of them running own companies developing and selling aerated membrane covered composting technology in COMP-ANY and biological drying in CONVAERO, we have decided to sell via an asset deal both the core business and all brands of CONVAERO.

New ways for Metal Recycling
© ASK-EU (02.02.2017)
Recycling of metal and aluminium knows no limits because it can be remelted as scrap indefinitely.

Europe's energy transition is well underway
© ASK-EU (01.02.2017)
The Second Report on the State of the Energy Union shows that the modernisation of the European Union economy and the transition to a low-carbon era are happening.

Circular Economy: Commission delivers on its promises, offers guidance on recovery of energy from waste and works with EIB to boost investment
© ASK-EU (26.01.2017)
Questions and answers: progress made in the Circular Economy Action Plan, Proposal on Waste to Energy, and the new Circular Economy Finance Platform.

Waste-to-Energy Communication: the mountain brought forth a mouse
© CEWEP - Confederation of European Waste-to-Energy Plants e.V. (26.01.2017)
“This Communication, when it was first announced in 2015, created big expectations. It was supposed to use the newest scientific data to help policy makers see WtE for what it is – a strong partner in the Circular Economy and Energy Union. Unfortunately, the resulted text has more basis in political considerations rather than in facts and science”, Ferdinand Kleppmann, the President of CEWEP summarises.

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