The Waste to Energy Forum’s focus is to promote and remove any barriers to deployment for bioenergy technologies. Members of the Waste to Energy Forum sit on various industry groups, and have initiated key R&D studies on engine emissions.

Forum members are either directly or indirectly involved in energy from biomass residues, landfill gas and other waste to energy sources, and fuels covered by the Waste Directive, developing Health and Safety processes and guidance is another key focus area.

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This is a sub-group consisting of technology providers, project developers, owners, operators and others making energy from waste (EfW) using gasification and pyrolysis. Members meet regularly to discuss common issues and challenges, and to share best practice.

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