Waste-to-Energy (WtE) is becoming an increasingly important way to reduce dependence on fossil fuels, landfilling, reduce Greenhouse gas emissions, preserve imported fuels and grow the self-sufficiency of energy production on national level.

The issue contains contributions from academics and practitioners from Europe, covering issues such as the legal definitions in waste-to-energy production, public acceptance of waste-to-energy operations and national overviews on waste-to-energy laws and policies.

You can view the table of contents of the issue here:
www.ogel.org/journal-browse-issues-toc.asp?key=68

Table of Contents – Volume 14, issue #03, August 2016

EDITORIAL

OGEL Special Issue Introduction: Waste-to-Energy (WtE)
by K. Talus, University of Eastern Finland
T. Turunen, UEF Law School, University of Eastern Finland (UEF)

WASTE-TO-ENERGY (WTE)

Waste-to-Energy and the Circular Economy – Connecting the Dots
by T. de Römph, Policy Research Centre for Sustainable Materials Management
L. Reins, KU Leuven

Waste-to-Energy in the Circular Economy and the Energy Union
by E. Stengler, CEWEP

Waste-to-Energy Plants: Location and Popular Protest in the EU (in a Legal Perspective)
by H.H.G. Post, Catholic University of Lille, University of Sassari

Efficient Waste-to-Energy Production in the European Union – The R1 Efficiency Standard and the Climate Correction Factor
by T. Turunen, UEF Law School, University of Eastern Finland (UEF)

Waste-to-Energy Through Gasification: an EU Law Assessment and Critique
by K. Talus, University of Eastern Finland

Burning Construction and Demolition Waste: An Assesment of the European Waste Hierarchy and Recycling Targets
by T. Turunen, UEF Law School, University of Eastern Finland (UEF)
G. Van Calster, University of Leuven

The Environmental Regulation of Energy-from-Waste Facilities in England
by A. Evers, Shoosmiths LLP

The Policy Challenge of Waste-to-Energy: Lessons from France
by D. McCauley, University of St. Andrews

Comparative Analysis of the Waste-to-Energy Legal Regime in Croatia
by M. Ivanovic, Ulcar & Partners Ltd.
M. Menard, Ulcar & Partners Ltd.
L. Pivec, Ulcar & Partners Ltd.
A-M. Steko, Planinic & Partners Ltd.

Comparative Analysis of the Waste-to-Energy Legal Regime in Slovenia
by A. Ceh, Ulcar & Partners Ltd.
K. Drole, Ulcar & Partners Ltd.
M. Hubman, Ulcar & Partners Ltd.
M. Menard, Ulcar & Partners Ltd.
M. Ivanovic, Ulcar & Partners Ltd.
L. Pivec, Ulcar & Partners Ltd.
J. Sesok, Ulcar & Partners Ltd.
M. Zaucer, Ulcar & Partners Ltd.

Waste-to-Energy: Legal Regime in Serbia
by S. Kremenjak, Zivkovic Samardzic
M. Stojkovic, Zivkovic Samardzic
N. Saric, Zivkovic Samardzic
M. Krivokapic, Zivkovic Samardzic

BOOK REVIEWS AND RELATED MATERIALS

EU Waste Law by Geert Van Calster – Book review
by K. Talus, University of Eastern Finland

A free excerpt of the special can downloaded from the OGEL website.

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