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Our vision is a world with

; where waste
fuels a sustainable future.

Company Profile
The global
picture on waste.
About 1.3 billion tonnes of solid waste
is generated globally each year.

The generation of waste in developing nations will

more than double over the next twenty years.1 Waste
management must become more environmentally
responsible. The future of waste management
must address the growing population, especially
in Asia and Africa2, which will increase waste
volumes and the types of waste produced.

New Energy is providing an environmentally

superior waste management solution to landfill.

194,700 tonnes
In 2005, China had 372 active
landfills receiving almost 195,000
tonnes of waste each day.3


About New Energy 2 Our process 12

Why waste to energy? 5 Technology 14
Our people 6 Gasification 16
What sets us apart? 7 Energy generation and carbon emissions 19
International experience 9 Waste hierarchy 20
The global picture 10 Sustainability 22
700 MILLION 1.2 KG
Globally, 700 million tonnes of If all the worlds daily waste is
waste went to landfill in 2009.4 allocated equally, each person
would account for 1.2kgs.5

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is a world with where
waste fuels a sustainable future.
is to be a global leader in the
emerging waste to energy market.

is to generate clean, renewable energy
from waste diverted from landfill.

About New Energy

New Energy Corporation Pty Ltd (New Energy) is a leader in the emerging global
Waste to Energy market.

We will achieve this by using the Entech low temperature gasification technology,
developed in Australia and successfully operating at sites in Europe and Asia.

New Energy is committed to sustainable business practices for both the

environment and the communities in which we operate.

We partner with industry and government to recover energy from waste streams
that would otherwise go to landfill. By doing this, the environmental impact from
waste is greatly reduced, with the benefit of producing renewable energy.


New Energy was established in Western Australia in 2009. Each is committed to creating a commercial and sustainable
We are privately-owned with progressive plans for alternative to landfill combined with the benefits of producing
international growth. renewable energy from waste material.

New Energy is owned and managed by a group In 2014, major milestones were achieved with $50M of
of dedicated business people experienced in the debt financing secured from the Clean Energy Finance
fields of waste management, recycling and Corporation, the first WtE technology to be supported
technology development. by this Australian federal government organisation and
environmental approval of New Energys second plant in
Our executive management team has more than East Rockingham.
20 years extensive experience in sustainable waste
management practices.

54 million tonnes
Australians create about 54 million
tonnes of garbage every year. Over 53%
of this material is recovered for recycling
or export waste.6

Why waste to energy?
Internationally, urban communities produced nearly 700 million tonnes of
solid waste in 1999.

Within a decade, this had increased to 1.3 billion tonnes,

Technology key benefits
an increase of more than 80 per cent, largely the result
of growing urban populations, sustained economic Standard plant designs capable of treating multiple
growth and increased consumer consumption. waste streams:

Australia also has experienced similar growth in waste municipal solid waste
generation, with almost 58 million tonnes of solid waste
refuse derived fuel
produced in 2009/10, or just over two tonnes per person,
medical and bio-hazardous waste
an increase of almost 70 per cent in just seven years.
petrochemical waste
New Energy will provide a sustainable solution to waste
pharmaceutical waste
management, by working to divert waste from landfill
liquid waste
to create renewable energy.
problematic waste (e.g. tyres)
The more waste that can be reduced, reused, recycled
and diverted from landfill, the better the result for the Two-stage combustion process: waste is converted
environment and the community. into a synthetic gas (syngas) and then oxidised to
release heat energy:
Waste to energy technology Gasification technology that delivers emissions
Entech Renewable Energy Technologies Pty Ltd (Entech) standards EU WID 2000/76/EC
was established in Western Australia in 1990. Classified as Advanced Conversion Technology
The company is a world leader in the design and producing electricity that qualifies for maximum
supply of modular waste to energy gasification plant European Renewable Obligation Certificates and
and equipment. Australian Renewable Energy Certificates

The company has successfully delivered 46 projects Low temperature gasification process producing
since 1990. significantly less bottom ash than traditional thermal
technologies with less than three per cent carbon content
New Energy is the global licensee (ex-Americas) for the
(loss on ignition) and no fly ash
Entech low temperature gasification technology and will
build, own and operate commercially viable waste to Modular design means facilities can be scaled up or down
energy plants. to meet recourse availability and energy demand

Internationally, New Energy will supply packaged waste Suitable for between 2,000 and 200,000 tonnes per
to energy plants which can be scaled to meet resource annum of waste
availability, with the capability to process between 2,000 Highly developed Plant Operating System software
tonnes and 200,000 tonnes a year. requiring minimal operator interface
Continuous emissions monitoring systems for online,
real-time information on emissions performance
Insurance coverage available to warrant system

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Our people
New Energys Board of Directors and Executive management team bring
significant experience and understanding to the commercialisation of waste
to energy technology.
Enzo Gullotti Chairman, Non-Executive Director Mr Mangione has been at the forefront in the development
Enzo has more than 25 years experience in the construction of strategic waste management processes for the recovery
and maintenance industry. He is the Group Managing and recycling of waste products, through purpose designed
Director of Global Construction Services Limited, where he waste transfer stations.
has grown the business significantly since its inception in
2003. He has led the successful integration of several key Tom Mangione, Non-Executive Director
acquisitions and the initial public offering in August 2007. Tom Mangione has over 20 years experience, focusing on
Mr Gullotti was a founding member of PCH Group Ltd, business development and marketing in the construction,
where he was an Executive Director for approximately mining and hire industries. Mr Mangione is the co-owner
eight years and the Managing Director of the and a director of Instant Waste Management, which is the
scaffolding subsidiary. Mr Gullotti was instrumental in largest privately owned waste management company in
growing PCH, including the establishment of operations Western Australia. He has been instrumental in growing the
throughout Australia, Asia and the Middle East. waste management business, including the development
of integrated waste recovery and re-cycling solutions.
Neil Martin, Non-Executive Director
Neil Martin is currently Managing Director of Entech Management
Renewable Energy Solutions Pty Ltd with more than 20 years Jason Pugh, General Manager
in the commercial and technical development of Entechs Jason Pugh has almost 20 years experience in water and
unique gasification technology. Mr Martin has specifically wastewater related industries. He was the CFO of QED
developed commercial strategies to utilise waste streams (Australia) Pty Ltd and managed the companys initial public
to minimise landfill application of organic wastes. This offering in August 2001. QED purchased Occtech in 2002 to
technology has been used throughout Asia, Canada, provide water and wastewater services to companies such
USA, Mexico, Netherlands and Greece. as Rio Tinto, Minara Resources, BHP and CSBP. Mr Pugh was
a key member of Best Solutions LLC a US-based joint venture
Doug Miller, Non-Executive Director between QED, Cargill and Smithfield Foods to convert hog
Doug Miller has more than 35 years of management waste to energy through an early gasification process.
experience in the oil and gas industry, as Managing Mr Pugh joined New Energy from Hatch after leading a
Director in Oroleum Ltd, a major international oil trading successful division in Hatchs Water Group.
group and as a Director of QED International, which
became a major player in the NDT and ultra-sonic pipeline Miles Mason, Business Development Manager
monitoring industry worldwide. He has more than 12 years Miles Mason is a civil engineer with 15 years experience
management involvement in the treatment of liquid wastes in the waste, water and wastewater industries including
and process fluids in the mining, industrial and agricultural roles as waste facility operations management, project
sectors. Mr Miller has worked on numerous waste to energy management, contract management, landfill rehabilitation
developments, including leachate treatment and organic and contaminated site remediation. He was responsible
waste disposal at landfill sites. for the $35m Eastern Creek Northern Extension landfill cell
development project; managed the Global Renewables
Sam Mangione, Non-Executive Director Eastern Creek AWT Facility contract and was site manager
Sam Mangione has more than 20 years experience in the for the Walgrove Road Eastern Creek Landfill and Resource
construction, mining and hire industries. He is the co-owner Recovery Facility. He has also been involved in several landfill
and managing director of Instant Waste Management, gas to energy infrastructure projects.
which is the largest privately-owned waste management
company in Western Australia.

Brian Lloyd, Project Manager Environmental Consultant
Brian has 35 years experience in business operations, project Noel Davies - Aurora Environmental
management in the engineering services and project Mr Davies has a Bachelors Degree in Mechanical
delivery arena with a strong focus on the development Engineering from the University of Western Australia.
of business systems and project delivery improvements. He is a very experienced Environmental Engineer and
Recent roles include the lead EC&I engineer for AMEC in Project Manager whose areas of specialist expertise include
the Zanaga Iron Ore PFS and Southdown Magnetite DFS pollution control and waste management. He has extensive
and manager EC&I for the Waste 2 Resources/ Global experience in a range of environmental management issues
Renewables - Lancashire Waste PFI Project. He has been including impact assessment, environmental monitoring,
involved in conceptual and detailed engineering design contaminated sites management, policy development and
roles with extensive experience in the design and community relations. Mr Davies was the inaugural Chair of the
application of control systems in the process and State Waste Management Board advising the Government on
manufacturing industries and in particular the integration waste management policy and legislation from January
of new technology and strategies into existing plants 2002 through to October 2006.
and has worked in a wide range of industries.

What sets us apart?

We generate renewable energy by processing waste diverted from landfill.
Our low temperature gasification technology reduces Other technologies use all household waste incinerated
reliance on traditional fossil fuels, helps to reduce our at high temperature. We only use non-recyclable or post
environmental footprint and is commercially proven on recycled materials that would otherwise go to landfill.
a range of difficult waste streams.

Societys Waste Renewable Energy Global Benefits

1.3 Billion TONNES
Globally, urban communities produced
nearly 1.3 billion tonnes of solid waste in
2009, an 84 per cent increase 1999.7

International experience
New Energy is well-positioned to supply customised waste to energy
solutions utilising the Entech low temperature gasification technology,
which has been successfully installed in 46 sites around the world.

Our modular design means facilities can be scaled up or The energy recovered from the waste can be utilised
down to meet resource availability and energy demand. according to the customers needs and how the end
The technology is commercially proven and reduces reliance product will be used.
on fossil fuels, reduces emissions, has no odour and meets
European Union air emission concentration standards. Energy recovery options include:

The two-stage gasification process allows different types power in the form of electricity
of difficult waste streams to be treated utilising a standard heat/steam
plant design. combined heat and power

These waste streams include: cooling

combined heat, power and cooling
medical and bio-hazardous waste
steam for process needs
petrochemical waste
thermal desalination
pharmaceutical waste
municipal solid waste (MSW)
refuse derived fuel (RDF)
liquid waste
problematic waste (e.g. tyres)

Examples of operating facilities and project features:

Country Singapore Poland Malaysia

Project No. 1123 1164 1162

Thermal Capacity 5.8MWt 5.6MWt 14.2MWt

Application Waste Derived Fuel (WDF) Waste Derived Fuel (WDF) Waste Derived Fuel (WDF)

WDF Type By product of Food Processing Biohazardous Waste Biohazardous Waste

(@ 7.0MJ/kg) (@ 40MJ/kg) (@ 40MJ/kg)

WDF Capacity 72T/day 15T/day 30T/day

ENV. STD. Compliance to equal of US-EPA Compliance to EU-WID Compliance to equal of US-EPA

Customer Singapore Food Industries Gorzow Medical Institute Sri Layang Municipality

Date Installed 1997 2012 2008

Location Singapore Poland Malaysia

Note: More examples of Entech projects available upon request.

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The global picture


Only 33 per cent of all municipal Produces more than 400 million Project No. 1150
solid waste generated is recovered tonnes of waste a year.10 Project No. 1164
and 140 million tonnes is sent to
more than 2000 landfill sites. 8

Generates almost 370,000 tonnes
of municipal solid waste daily, more
than half in large urban centres, 21
per cent in medium-size, and 23 per
cent in small centres (PAHO 2005).9

Malawis biggest city, Lilongwe,
generates 109 tonnes of solid waste
per day comprising 15 per cent
industrial, 25 per cent commercial,
20 per cent medical and 40 per
cent residential waste.11

Waste to Energy plant opportunities A sample of an Entech Project Approved Project Approval Pending

14 Page 9, Figure 2. Australian Bureau of Statistics Waste Account, Australia, Experimental Estimates 2013.

1.3 billion people use three billion Project No. 1142 55 million tonnes of municipal solid
plastic bags daily.12 Project No. 1072 waste is generated each year.13

Project No. 1106

Creates about 54 million tonnes of
waste yearly of which more than
half is recovered for recycling or
export waste.14

Project No. 1162

Project No. 1123

Proposed Project Approved Project
Estimated Completion 2016 Estimated Completion 2015

Our process
New Energy supports sustainable waste management by providing a
commercially viable alternative to landfill.

Through our energy recovery process, the energy currently Waste to Energy Plant
locked inside the waste is extracted, maximising the wastes process waste using state of the art Entech technology
value, minimising its environmental impact and creating
low temperature gasification recovers energy from
a tangible benefit to the community through sustainable
the waste
power generation.
Clean Energy Generation
Sustainable Waste Treatment generate renewable energy to supply to the electricity
supply commercially viable waste to energy facilities distribution network
reduce our environmental impact by diverting waste clean technology produces energy for homes, local
from landfill businesses and industry
working towards globally

Waste Diverted from

Landfill, Trucked to Plant


Waste to
Landfill Management

Recyclable Waste
Local Industry

New Energy projects meet international standards. The technology
has demonstrated best available practice for emission performance
against traditional fossil fuel power generation and European Union
Waste to Energy plants.15

New Energy
Waste to Energy Plant

Households Electricity

Waste Generation;
Municipal Local Industry
& Industrial

15 Appendix 2 Boodarie Waste to Energy Facility Public Environmental Review

A new generation of Energy Recovery. Gasification: The waste is slowly heated over 16 to 24 hours
reaching temperatures between 600C and 875C during
Plant: New Energys processing plants are designed to accept which small quantities of air and steam are introduced. This
waste, inspect, remove recyclables, and recover energy from breaks up the molecules in the waste, which are converted
the remainder. into a gas. This synthetic gas or syngas contains small
molecules such as methane. It is like natural gas with high
Accept: Trucks carrying waste enter a weighbridge, where energy content.
they are registered, recorded and weighed. They are
weighed again upon exit. The weighbridge operator directs Energy: The wastes energy content is extracted into the
drivers where to deposit the waste according on its type. syngas, which is transferred to a burner to heat water
producing steam. The steam can be used directly for
Inspect: If sorting is not required, waste is deposited in the heating, industry processes or to generate electricity
energy recovery building. It is inspected before being fed which is fed into the electrical distribution grid for homes,
into the energy recovery units. business and industry.

Recyclables: Waste to be sorted is deposited at the materials Syngas: The syngas is fired to generate heat, carbon dioxide
recovery facility, where it is inspected and recyclables and and water vapour. This exhaust gas is cleaned and filtered
incompatible wastes removed. The remainder is transferred to remove traces of metals such as cadmium from batteries,
to the energy recovery building. sulphur from rubber, and chlorine from salts, which are
absorbed into a stable lime solid or adsorbed onto activated
Buildings: All operations, including waste deliveries,
carbon for disposal. The carbon dioxide and water vapour is
inspection, processing, storage and energy recovery are
then safely released to the atmosphere.
conducted indoors. No operations occur in the open,
minimising potential noise, dust and odour.

Syngas Burner Energy Utilisation Air Quality

Heat Exchanger Control System

Entech Low Temperature Turbine/Generator

Gasification Chamber

Waste: The gasification system is very flexible, and has been Air: The only stream emitted to air is from the stack. This
proven on difficult waste streams including medical, bio- stream is carbon dioxide and water vapour with trace
hazardous, quarantine, pharmaceutical, petrochemical, amounts of other compounds which meet the most stringent
municipal solid waste, refuse derived fuel and liquid. After environmental standards. Stack emissions are tested
inspection, it can be fed directly into the gasifier in pieces continuously and displayed in real time in the plant control
up to one meter in diameter. room as an additional safeguard.

Odour: All waste will be handled inside an enclosed, Solid Residue: Small volumes of ash, lime and activated
ventilated building, preventing the escape of odours. carbon are generated in the energy recovery process.
Ventilation air will be treated in the energy recovery These are inert and stable and suitable for disposal in landfill.
process to destroy odour. It is like the ash from a slow combustion stove and has no
energy content.
Noise: All operations occur indoors. The materials recovery
facility and energy recovery processes are relatively quiet.
The power generation equipment is housed in special
acoustic enclosures to reduce noise.

Dust: The process keeps dust to a minimum. Major plant

activities occur indoors and dust is contained. The waste is
handled in bulk for inspection and recyclables removal.

The source of the energy in waste is carbon-based (carbonaceous) molecules.
Extracting the energy means oxidising the carbonaceous 2. Carbon Combustion
molecules. To extract the maximum energy, all the The carbonaceous gas is collected and ignited in a separate
carbonaceous molecules must be oxidised. gas burner. This process can reach very high temperatures,
oxidising all molecules completely, without ash blocking the
The safest way to extract the maximum energy from the
flow of air or shielding the molecules preventing full oxidation.
waste is through a two stage process:
This two-stage approach means the carbon is thoroughly
carbon removal from the waste
removed and combusted, releasing the maximum energy
carbon combustion from the waste. Importantly, the carbonaceous molecules are
destroyed, minimising the release of organic pollutants like
1. Carbon Removal from the Waste
dioxins and volatile organic compounds.
The carbonaceous molecules in the waste are converted
from a solid to a free-flowing gas. This is a slow process Standards: A New Energy facility will adhere to stringent
which can take up to 24 hours. The gas rises gently, leaving international standards for environmental performance,
behind a stable, inert ash. including the European Union Directive 2000/76/EC. This is
considered worlds best practice in emissions performance,
with low allowable limits for all pollutants.

The table opposite shows the 2000/76/EC standards in grey,

and the Entech technology performance in green. Emissions
from low temperature gasification are less than half the
standards allowed value.

Gasification A Two-Stage Oxidation Process

Waste Air & Steam Air

Syngas Products
CH4 C0 2
C0 H20


Entech Low Temperature Syngas Burner Air Quality 

Gasification Reactor Control System
(Impurities removed)

Gasification produces a syngas that can provide the flexibility
to produce a wide range of products and by-products from the
municipal solid waste stream.16

Comparison of Typical Plant Performance against Worlds Best Practice Emissions Standard.

PCDD/F 0.02 0.1ng/Nm3

TI 0.00021 0.05mg/Nm3

Hg 0.00058 0.05mg/Nm3

Heavy Metals 0.008 0.5mg/Nm3

HF 0.17 1mg/Nm3

Dust 0.7 10mg/Nm3

HCI 5.6 10mg/Nm3

Corg 0.45 10mg/Nm3

SOx 37 50mg/Nm3

CO 23 50mg/Nm3

NOx 90 200mg/Nm3

0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100%

Entech plant performance Best Practice emission limits

Gasification advantages
low emissions reduces greenhouse gas emissions
high diversion from landfill energy generation and reduction in
(up to 95 per cent) use of fossil fuels
commercially-proven technology

11 Metres
Plastic bags are produced from
polymers derived from petroleum.
The amount of petroleum used to
make a plastic bag would drive a
car about 11 metres.17

Energy generation and
carbon emissions
Renewable Power: New Energy will produce renewable Size: The modular design of New Energys facilities
power by processing waste biomass, which includes means they can be scaled up or down to meet resource
food waste, material derived from plants or animals, availability and energy demand. Plants can vary in size
wood, natural textiles, and cellulose fibre from paper from 1.5MW thermal to 72MW thermal. They operate
and cardboard. It is estimated that 80 per cent of the continuously (24hrs a day, seven days a week), and when
waste processed in Australian projects will be biomass exporting electricity can produce up to 132,000MW
and classified as renewable energy. Plastics and rubber hours a year, enough to power 21,000 homes.
or material derived from fossil fuels are not considered as
biomass and are not a source of renewable energy. New Energys electricity will be
Methane Emissions Avoidance: Biodegradable wastes available continuously to power
sent to landfill will decompose and produce methane, homes, businesses and industry. Our
which is considered to be 25 times more damaging as a
greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide. Diverting these wastes facilities present opportunities to reduce
to an energy recovery facility will convert them into carbon greenhouse gas impacts by generating
dioxide, which has a much lower greenhouse gas impact.
renewable energy, replacing fossil fuels
Fossil Fuel Displacement: Each tonne of waste processed and reducing methane emissions.
in a New Energy facility replaces the equivalent of about
half a tonne of coal (depending on waste type). This As a reliable part of the sustainable energy mix, New Energys
includes emissions resulting from mining, extracting, waste to energy facilities will provide base load power to
transporting, processing and burning the coal. So, each support other intermittent energy sources such as solar and
tonne of waste processed by New Energy represents a wind, providing flexibility in the use of all renewable resources.
tonne of waste diverted from landfill, eliminating the
Supporting Government Initiatives: Governments around
significant atmospheric, ground and water environmental
the world are looking for ways to improve sustainability
impacts caused by landfill waste disposal.
and protect the environment. New Energy waste to energy
facilities supports these initiatives.

The European Union Renewable Energy Directive (2009)

The European Union Landfill Directive (1999)
The Australian Renewable Energy Target (RET)
Western Australian Waste Avoidance and Resource
Recovery Act 2007

Waste hierarchy
What is the Waste Hierarchy? Why waste to energy is needed for
The waste hierarchy defines waste management strategies sustainable waste management.
in terms of their desirability and environmental impact.
Waste to energy is one solution among many to successfully
Reduce: the most desirable outcome for waste management manage waste. However, there are three inconvenient truths
is to eliminate it at the source. Reducing the amount of about human behaviour and waste management:
waste created will reduce the need for disposal. In 2009,
1. We are an increasingly wasteful society. Reducing waste
1.3 billion tonnes of waste or just over a kilo per person
volume is the most effective and sustainable action but we
per day was generated globally.
are not doing this.
Reuse: if waste can be reused it does not need to be
2. Recycling is vital but not everything can be recycled.
disposed of. Opportunities to reuse solid waste are limited
There will always be residual waste to be managed after
largely due to health and environmental concerns.
recycling has been optimised.
Recycle: processing waste materials to make new
3. Landfilling is still increasing despite the best efforts of
products. While recycling rates vary widely around the
governments around the world.
world, it is a way of life in many countries, especially
recycling metals, paper, glass and some plastics. Clean energy recovery processes such as gasification are
vital to accelerate our landfill diversion performance and our
Recover Energy: all waste (solid, liquid or gaseous)
progress towards a society.
has an energy component that can be recovered
and reused. This is lost if waste is sent to landfill. Energy With the appropriate environmental protocols, energy
recovery should only be utilised after the potential to recovery facilities can safely generate renewable energy.
recycle or reuse the waste is exhausted. In Europe, It has been shown that countries that adopt energy recovery
waste to energy accounts for 23 per cent of waste also have higher rates of recycling.
management while in China it represents 16 per cent with
plans for a significant increase over the next decade. Clean energy recovery systems are needed and help to
achieve sustainable waste management, progress towards a
Landfill: is the least desirable waste management option society, and help reduce our dependence on
as the opportunity is lost to recycle, reduce or recover. energy derived from fossil fuels.
Many nations still rely heavily on landfill. Despite the growing
number of waste management initiatives, up to 85 per cent
of the worlds waste still goes to landfill.

Reduce 1 Changing our behaviour

Reuse 2 Reusing material

Recycling and
Recycle 3 reprocessing materials

Recover 4 Recovering energy

Landfill 5 Targeting

The Waste Hierarchy

Sustainability is about more than the environment. It is also about ensuring a
communitys long-term economic and social future.

The Environment The Community and Employees

Waste to energy bridges the gap between reusing, New Energy will work with communities ensuring they are
recycling and landfilling waste. Some waste simply cannot familiar with the technology and its long-term benefits.
be reused or recycled. These are the waste streams that
New Energy will target. The Economy
New Energy is supported by an experienced team who
will deliver commercially sustainable solutions for waste
management and the production of renewable energy.

Societys Waste Waste Collection Waste to Energy Renewable Energy Homes and Industry

Waste that is not source-separated
is often considered contaminated
and not suitable for recycling. It is
ideal for energy recovery.

Global waste strategy Global waste management practises
From landfill minimisation, reduction in greenhouse New Energy is a company with strong corporate governance,
gas emissions and the generation of renewable energy, professionalism and transparency. Ongoing education about
New Energys clean technology is an essential part of the waste hierarchy and the role of energy recovery over
a global waste strategy. landfill forms a key part of our projects.

Global cooperation Unified goal
New Energys innovative waste to energy solution, New Energy wants to make a difference by working
international experience and global partnering with communities around the world to move towards
approach will help governments, communities and taking into account local conditions and
businesses to make the changes needed to secure implementing a sustainable waste solution.
a cleaner environment.

Innovative waste to energy solution,

international experience and global
partnering approach.

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