A comparative assessment of waste incinerators in the UK.

@article{Nixon2013ACA,
  title={A comparative assessment of waste incinerators in the UK.},
  author={John F. Nixon and Daniel G. Wright and Prashant Kumar Dey and Sadhan Kumar Ghosh and Philip A. Davies},
  journal={Waste management},
  year={2013},
  volume={33 11},
  pages={
          2234-44
        }
}
The uptake in Europe of Energy from Waste (EfW) incinerator plants has increased rapidly in recent years. In the UK, 25 municipal waste incinerators with energy recovery are now in operation; however, their waste supply chains and business practices vary significantly. With over a hundred more plant developments being considered it is important to establish best business practices for ensuring efficient environmental and operational performance. By reviewing the 25 plants we identify four… CONTINUE READING

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