IRRC – Waste-to-Energy
See you in Vienna
October 14 and 15, 2019
INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT EU
Policies and Development • Country Reports • Strategies
Municipal Solid Waste • Sewage Sludge • Hazardous Waste Technologies of Waste Incineration • Energy Efficiency and Use • Boiler Cleaning Experience with Materials and Corrosion • Flue Gas Treatment • CO2 Capture • Processing and Utilization of Incineration Bottom Ash
ALTERNATIVE WASTE-TO-ENERGY PROCESSES
Mechanical-Biological Treatment • Utilization of Solid Recovered Fuels • Pyrolysis and Gasification
follow the link, if you are interested in the retrospect of the IRRC 2018 or of the Expert Forum on Removal, Treatment and Utilisation of Waste Incineration Bottom Ash.
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On October 16, 2019 we offer a tour to selected waste treatment plants in and around Vienna, starting of the HOTEL SAVOYEN VIENNA. The tour plan for 2019 has not yet been finalised. Delegates of the IRRC Waste-to-Energy have the possibility to participate in that excursion. Registered participants will receive a guided tour at each site.
Plant Tour to Waste Treatment Plants in Vienna Plants visited in the last years:
• The Rinter Tent (Or “Ma 48 Tent”) (Demolition In 2019)
• Rautenweg Landfill
• Waste Logistics Centre
• Biogas Plant
• Pfaffenau Waste Incineration Plant
• Spittelau Waste Incineration Plant
Seminar on Carbon Capture and Utilisation (CCU)
Basics • Best Practice Lighthouse Projects Vivid Exchange of Information
The seminar is hold with international experts from Carbon Capture and Utilisation. Every aspect from preparation to product finishing will be covered by the most prominent representatives of this young but promising industry which is more frequent requested to implement regulatory requirements on one hand, but also offers improvements in altering business modells and ecomics of waste incinerators on the other hand. A special focus is laid upon CO2 to methanol as economical promising and industrial available technology.