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4 May 2017
Chris Mill, Manager, Emissions Avoidance
Ongoing sustained interest from the waste sector in the Emissions Reduction Fund has seen over eleven million tonnes of abatement and more than 90 waste projects successfully contract with the Government for an agreed price on emissions.
This presentation outlines the activity in the Emissions Reduction Fund from the waste sector and the opportunities for future involvement, including reducing emissions, improving energy efficiency, avoiding emissions of methane and nitrous oxide, any by converting methane into carbon dioxide. There are now several ERF methods available for waste projects from landfill, alternative waste treatment for mixed and source separated organic waste streams, and waste water.
Documentasset: Waste 2017 - Chris Mill presentation
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