REW Roundtable Part 1: Making Progress

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In Part 1 of the <i>Renewable Energy from Waste</i> Roundtable Podcast Series, leaders in the waste to energy arena characterize the progress made in the last five years in the overall effort to convert wastes and residues into energy in an edited excerpt from the event. The roundtable was moderated by <i>Renewable Energy from Waste</i> Editorial Director Brian Taylor in Las Vegas in early May 2012. Participants in order of response are Harvey Gershman of Gershman, Brickner and Bratton Inc.; Ted Hansen of Greenwood Energy; Eric Herbert of ZeroWasteEnergy; Joseph Vaillancourt of Waste Management; and Jim Bohlig of ReCommunity.

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