Waste—generated abundantly and expected only to increase along with the projected growth in global population—is a potential resource for energy production. Wet, solid, or gaseous wastes are a significant and underutilized set of feedstocks for renewable fuel and product generation.
Discover below a curated selection of research from across Springer Nature’s journals and special issues, as well as books and book chapters, exploring energy recovery potentials from a variety of waste materials for a sustainable future.
This special compilation of Waste to Energy publications is part of Springer Nature’s efforts to support Sustainable Development Goal 12: Responsible Consumption and Production. Get the latest on the SDG12 Hub.