Energy

Waste-to-energy

Recovering energy from residual waste that cannot be recycled is a cornerstone in any integrated resource management system.

Energy Tower, Roskilde, Denmark

Waste-to-energy facility with high energy recovery

One of the primary objectives of Ramboll’s consultancy to new waste-to-energy units is to maximise energy recovery. At the waste-to-energy facility in Roskilde, Denmark, energy recovery was increased by 35 %. Explore the project here.

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In Denmark, waste-to-energy facilities are teaming up with other stakeholders in the energy sector to meet the requirements for CO2 reductions. Carbon capture is the name of the game.

Island in Indonesia

More than trash: using waste management as an entry point to sustainable development

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Ramboll is assisting the Danish Environmental Protection Agency (DEPA) and the Danish Energy Agency (DEA) developing the Sustainable Islands Initiative (SII) – an innovative solid waste management project that can potentially impact the lives of millions of Indonesian people living on islands.

Canal with boats and Amager Bakke waste-to-energy plant

Waste: an essential part of the circular economy

The Amager Bakke waste-to-energy plant in Copenhagen produces energy from waste, with extreme efficiency and a recreational touch.

Flue gas treatment system at a waste-to-energy facility

We cracked it! Waste-to-Energy heat pumps.

Until now, no waste-to-energy plant in Denmark has used heat pumps to boost flue gas condensation and recover heat. No one believed it could be done cost-effectively. However, the design team at Ramboll Energy had other ideas.

Vestforbrænding is the largest waste incineration plant in Denmark.

Towards a greener waste cycle

The increasing pressure on resources makes it clear that waste must be turned into a resource in a circular economy - an economy that only functions optimally if it includes recycling as well as energy recovery.

Waste-to-energy at a glance

With more than 45 years of experience in the planning, design and implementation of energy solutions, Ramboll’s 1,500 energy specialists offer independent expert advice on renewable and conventional energy globally.

60+ specialists

We have 60+ dedicated waste-to-energy project managers and specialists and 1,500 staff capable of supporting within associated aspects of waste-to-energy projects.

45 countries

We have provided consultancy services to waste-to-energy facilities all around the world.

155 units

We have extensive experience from new units as well as retrofitting of existing units.

Publications

Using waste as a resource
Turning waste to energy

Waste as a resource (PDF)

Waste to Energy - Decision Makers Guide
World bank publication: Decision-makers guide for solid waste incineration

Municipal Solid Waste Incineration: Decision-makers guide (PDF).

Waste to Energy - Decision Makers Guide
World bank publication: requirements for successful solid waste incineration

Municipal Solid Waste Incineration Projects: Requirements for a successful project (PDF).

Operational performance
Operational Performance Review

Read more about Operational Performance.

Maintain your knowledge
Ramboll Maintenance Academy courses 2021 and 2022

Read more about Ramboll Maintenance Academy courses 2021 and 2022 (PDF) 

Maintenance Performance Review
Maintenance Performance Review

Read more about maintenance performance (PDF).

Emission monitoring
Emission Monitoring Review

Read more about Emission Montoring (PDF).

Condition assessments and investment planning
Condition Assessments and Investment Planning

Read more about Condition Assessments and Investment Planning.

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Danish CVR numbers

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35128417

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35128417

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