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The Remondis Rheinland case of SRF as flagship recycling example

The innovative and advanced SRF production site of Remondis in Erftstadt, Germany, is a flagship site for recycling. This says KlimaExpo, a climate initiative of the government of North Rhine Westphalia 

 

 

ERFO obtaines liaison status to ISO TC300

Standardisation work on SRF has become a global matter. Increasing interest in recovered fuels has increased the need for standards in many countries. ISO has therefore started working on uniform standards for SRF. Recently ERFO has received the status of liaison. Read more here.

Polish cement industry relies for more than 50% on SRF

The use of SRF in Polish cement kilns has grown steadily. In 2016 the cement industry covered more than 50% of its heat demand with SRF. Read more here.

SRF can play a key role in the biobased economy.

This statement of Kyriakos Maniatis of DGEnergy of the European Commission was one of the eye-openers at a workshop dedicated to new markets for SRF, held on 17 November 2016 in Brussels. Participants discussed the potentials of producing recovered fuels and their potential markets. There are indeed good opportunities laying ahead, but it was also clear that Member States need to take further action to develop this promising concept for waste management.

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