Examples of Progressive Technologies and Practices in Nordic Waste Treatment Industries
Nordic Council of Ministers, 24. okt. 2012 - 120 sider
This study made it clear that there are several BAT-level technologies, processes etc. already implemented in the Waste Treatment Industries in the Nordic Countries. The study was carried out in cooperation with these industries. The general objective was to identify a total of approx. 60 industries and select and describe in more detail a total of approx. 30 relevant industries. Among the total of 57 identified industries 49 are classified as "Established techniques" and 8 are classified as "Emerging techniques". All the objects were screened for environmental and climate impacts and 29 were selected based on level of achieved impact.
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Akkuser Åland anaerobic digestion Applicability The method approx barrels base oils bio-waste bioethanol Biofuels biogas plant biological treatment BREF Not included capacity cardboard chitin chitosan compost products Cross-media effects Denmark Reference plant diesel oil Domsjö fabriker Driving force Economics Income Ecopro Ekoport energy efficiency Environmental impact facility Faroe Islands Finland Description Finland Reference plant fish meal force in implementation Forssa fossil fraction fuel greenhouse gas gypsum heat household waste Iceland impact and benefits implementation Environmental benefits incineration input material landfill directive Linköping Motivation Reduces landfill Motivation Reduction Muovix Nordic BAT-group Nordic countries Norrmejerier Norway Norway Reference plant Objects in BREF Odour old tile bricks organic material organic waste plastic waste Practice Established technique present BREF Pos Primex produce biogas Ramboll reactor recycling Reduces landfill disposal Reduction of CO2 Riihimäki rubber scrap tyres sludge soil improvement products sorting Sweden Title tonnes tonnes/y Waste Treatment Industries wastewater wood waste