asp SMi Group's fourth annual Energy from Waste event will bring together a panel of industry experts to investigate the latest technologies, challenges and developments in this fast moving industry.
What does EfW stand for?
EfW stands for Energy From Waste
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 29 other meanings of EfW in our Acronym Attic
- Evangelical Faith Vision Ministries (Albany, GA)
- Electronic Fighting Vehicle System
- Enhanced Flight Vision System
- European Forum for Victim Services
- Electric-Field-Variant Slater-Type Orbital
- Economic Freedom of the World
- Elbit-Fort Worth (Elbit Systems Ltd)
- Electric Field and Wave Experiment (Cluster spacecraft)
- Electric Fusion Welded (pipe)
- Emergency Feedwater
- Entomology, Fisheries and Wildlife (Minnesota)
- Estimated Fetal Weight
- Evanescent Floquet Wave
- Exercise First Wave (NATO simulation exercise)
- Exponential Forgetting Window (signal processing)
- East Fife Women's Aid (UK)
- Eastern Farm Workers Association (New York)
- Educational Foundation for Women in Accounting (Dayton, OH)
- East Fort Worth Business Association
- Edmonton Family Worship Centre (Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The best recovery of energy from waste is achieved by maximising re-use / recycling together with anaerobic digestion of food waste.
Recovering energy from waste after efforts to reduce, reuse and recycle have been imposed, is a critical component of managing our residual waste.
This facility was designed to the very highest environmentally-friendly standards - far higher than the toughest European requirements - and the energy from waste process is an efficient and green way of dealing with waste that simply cannot be re-used or recycled.
Chris Tane, Ineos ChlorVinyls chief executive officer, said: "Developing the UK's Energy from Waste capability forms a vital part of the Government's overall waste strategy.
Launched in 2001, it covers such topics as landfill, incineration, recycling, management methods, energy from waste, toxic wastes, organic pollutants and pyrolysis.
We are glad to join ACORE and its members to discuss this and the role energy from waste and other advanced technologies can play to meet our global energy needs," said Anthony Orlando, Chief Executive Officer of Covanta Energy.
This is not, however, about getting as much of our waste as possible into energy from waste facilities.