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Reports

IEA Bioenergy Annual Report 2013

This latest report includes a special feature article 'Integration of Thermal Energy Recovery into Solid Waste Management' prepared by Task 36.

The Annual Report also includes a report from the Executive Committee and a detailed progress report on each of the Tasks. Also included is key information such as Task participation, Contracting Parties, budget tables and substantial contact information plus lists of reports and papers produced by the Implementing Agreement.

IEA Bioenergy Annual Report 2012

The IEA Bioenergy 2012 Annual Report includes a special feature article 'Biomass Feedstocks for Energy Markets' prepared by Task 43.

The Annual Report also includes a report from the Executive Committee and a detailed progress report on each of the Tasks. Also included is key information such as Task participation, Contracting Parties, budget tables and substantial contact information plus lists of reports and papers produced by the Implementing Agreement.


Waste-to-Energy Trends in Europe

This report provides the findings of Juniper's 3rd Biennial Survey of the Municipal Solid Waste Incineration (MSWI) industry. This survey is designed as a follow-up study to two earlier surveys carried out by Juniper in 1994 and 1996. The survey was sent to 274 MSQI sites across Europe, more than 90% of active sites in Western Europe. Waste-to-Energy Trends in Europe will provide you with the very latest information on MSW incineration today and an analysis of future trends including operating practices, costs, recycling, residue management and capacity trends. This latest edition is an invaluable reference document for all those involved in waste management, environmental technology or alternative energy.

ISBN: 0 9534305 0 2

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