Waste incineration is the burning of combustible waste components to reduce the volume of the waste while using the energy it contains. The heat generated during combustion is used to produce electricity, operate district heating networks or as process heat in industrial plants.
The geodata document the current volume of recycled waste and the amount of energy generated and supplied. All information is based on the data provided by the plant operators. The information is for the general public and does not constitute official information or legally binding statements.