- adaptation to climate change
- Brussels, Belgium
- Quai Léon Monnoyer , Brussels, BelgiumBrussels, Belgium
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Brussels Waste-to-Energy plant operates 24/7 in order to process the non-recyclable waste of more than a million residents, providing electricity for approximately 65 000 households. Since early 2016 it has also delivered heat to the nearby shopping center, and this year to the Royal domain of Laeken. By doing this, Brussels joined the most sustainable European cities that have an integrated approach to waste and energy management.
Join us and discover what happens with your residual waste (white bag)!
Bus pick-up and drop-off in the EU Quarter, light lunch provided.
The number of participants is limited.
- CEWEP - Confederation of European Waste-to-Energy Plants