With many efforts worldwide to divert waste away from landfill sites and turning waste into energy, companies are beginning to invest in more and more in Energy from Waste (EfW) facilities in a bid to reduce the impact on the environment.
With a seminar on Controlling and Monitoring Emissions on Waste Management Sites to kick-start the second morning of AQE, Zoe Cooper, business development director, Energy & Waste, SOCOTEC, is the ideal person to report back on her day representing ESG on the stand.
Loss on ignition (LOI) testing helps waste management organisations remain compliant with The Landfill Tax (Amendment) Regulations 2015. Here, Sarah Gazzola, commercial manager, Energy & Waste Services, explains the LOI testing process and why it is vital for businesses to understand the chemical make-up of fines in their waste.
Following an exciting three days at RWM 2016, Katy Strudwick, business development manager, Energy & Waste Services, SOCOTEC, discusses the highlights of this year’s show.
Following a busy day at this years’ RWM exhibition at the NEC in Birmingham, Phil Bussingham, business development manager, SOCOTEC, Energy & Waste Services, takes time out to give us a run-down of Day Two of the UK’s premier event for resource efficiency and waste management solutions.
With leading expertise in testing, inspection and compliance for the Energy & Waste sector, SOCOTEC has long exhibited at RWM, the UK’s leading event for resource efficiency and waste management solutions. Visiting her sixth consecutive RWM, Sarah Gazzola, commercial manager, SOCOTEC, Energy & Waste Services describes her experience at the opening day of this year’s show.
SOCOTEC provides a range of specialist chemistry services and tests, including ICP analysis, BTEX testing, air quality analysis and metal testing. SOCOTEC’s Becky Batham, explains the importance of chemical analysis to both the environment and public safety.
Declan Burns, managing director of Energy & Waste Services, reflects on 2015 and considers the opportunities and challenges that the energy and waste sector faces in 2016 and beyond.
SOCOTEC’s Energy & Waste Services commercial manager, Sarah Gazzola, talks about the importance of solid biofuels to the UK’s energy mix; developing waste materials into clean recovered fuels; as well as some of the innovative new types of fuel currently in development.