Waste-to-energy  incinerating Australia's rubbish crisis

WASTE-to-energy programs are firing up, with councils and state governments tackling Australia’s rising trash problem with combustible technology, most recently with New South Wales looking at the feasibility of a plan after widespread Queensland and Western Australian support. 

Waste-to-energy  incinerating Australia's rubbish crisis Waste-to-energy  incinerating Australia's rubbish crisis Waste-to-energy  incinerating Australia's rubbish crisis Waste-to-energy  incinerating Australia's rubbish crisis Waste-to-energy  incinerating Australia's rubbish crisis

Waste-to-energy programs gaining ground

A waste-to-energy program converts solid waste into electricity and heat by burning rubbish at high temperatures to create steam which in turn drives a drives a turbine.