EnergySource Issue 20 | INFRAREAD issue 11 19 Jul 2018 Waste-to-wealth initiatives: Examining policy settings in Asia-Pacific

The development of waste to energy (WtE) and other waste projects is usually dependent on a combination of environmental and public health policies and (sometimes) energy policies. Without the right policies being in place it is challenging to develop long-term waste projects. Local circumstances can greatly affect policy development – but increasingly a policy in one jurisdiction can affect other jurisdictions and wider markets.

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