Second RDF contract for Dutch firm Twence

Energy, Energy from Waste, FCC, Landfill Tax, Municipal Solid Waste (MSW), SRF, Waste-to-Energy, Zero to Landfill

Dutch energy-from-waste company Twence has agreed its second contract to process refuse-derived fuel from the UK. The company has signed a deal with waste management firm FCC to process up to 200,000 tonnes-a-year of RDF from British household, commercial and industrial waste at Twence’s EfW plant in Hengelo in the Netherlands. The RDF will be sealed in air-tight plastic bales …

Seneca unveils graffiti mural wall at London MRF


Waste management company Seneca has unveiled a 508-foot long recycling–inspired mural at its materials recycling facility (MRF) in Wembley, North West London, in a bid to tackle a graffiti problem at the site. The company was approached by the Brent Graffiti Partnership, which includes Brent council, British Transport Police, Network Rail and the Brent Police, to address problems it had …

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Re-imagining waste as a resource – a case for RDF export

Municipal Solid Waste (MSW), RDF, Waste-to-Energy

Our strategy at Seneca is to ‘re-imagine waste as a resource’ and 10 months after opening our 1.1 million tpa-licensed material recovery facility (MRF) in Wembley, we are successfully extracting the maximum ‘value’ from the resources we process in every sense of the word…..a case for RDF Export. For the growing number of local authorities whose waste we recycle, exporting …