• Studies that have comprehensively reviewed gasification, pyrolysis and plasma in-cinerators have found that they provide little to no benefit when compared to mass burn incinerators, while being an even riskier investment.  The core impacts of all types of incinerators remain the same: they are toxic to public health, harmful to the economy, environment and climate, and undermine recycling and waste reduction programs.

  • A comprehensive report which tells us everything we need to know about Biomass Electricity from the US perspective: its legal context, public health and environmental impacts, jobs and economic impacts, and various types of subsidies supporting this dirty industry.

  • An academic article from Spain detected statistically significant cancer mortality in the vicinity of incinerators and hazardous waste facilities. It analyzed the risk of dying of cancer related with specific industrial activities at a national level, and highlighted the excess risk observed in the vicinity of these facilities.

  • Find this great achievement by one of the poorest communities in Chile. This case study shows how the municipality of la Pintana took this innovative approach in 2005 by focusing on recovery of vegetable waste. With little investment, the new system achieved great cost savings and waste reduction.