The BCSE Waste to Energy - A Guide for Local Authorities
The Business Council for Sustainable Energy (BCSE) has developed a Waste to Energy guide, with funding support from the Australian Greenhouse Office (part of the Department of Environment and Heritage).
The guide provides senior management in local authorities with an overview of the opportunities and risks associated with waste-to-energy conversion.
The 60-page report provides a number of Australian and international case studies such as the Kristianstad Biogas Plant in Sweden; MAV Anaerobic Treatment Plant, Belgium; ReOganic Energy at Ipswich, Queensland; Rocky Point Cogeneration Plant, Woongoolba, Queensland; Berrybank Piggery, Ballarat, Victoria; Suncoast Gold Macadamia in Gympie, Queensland; and Malabar Sewage Treatment Plant in Sydney.
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