Archive 2016

Working together to make a difference


The circular economy requires solutions from all sectors. Here at Indaver our core business is sustainable waste management, which includes working...

Creating added value with sustainable waste management


Indaver aims to create added value, using systems for which customers have a need and which society expects from it. It succeeded in doing so again in...

Indaver helps keep our planet habitable


In all its operations, Indaver makes every effort to keep our planet habitable by recovering as much energy and as many materials as possible and...

Indaver invests continuously in its talent


Indaver is always looking for innovative and safe systems to deal with complex and sometimes hazardous waste flows. But regardless of how good our...

Introducing IndaChlor®, a sustainable solution for chlorinated waste in Dunkirk


Indaver intends to build IndaChlor®, a new treatment plant in Dunkirk, where chlorinated and production waste will be recycled.

Sustainability Report 2015: Indaver demonstrates its added value

Paul De Bruycker 2016-06-01 |

In its Sustainability Report 2015 Indaver shows the role it is playing in achieving the circular economy. In 2015 it laid the foundations for further...

Sustainability and value creation are key focal points for the circular economy

Paul De Bruycker 2016-03-21 |

Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands lead the way when it comes to the circular economy and energy efficiency. It was therefore no coincidence that,...

Indaver Publishes New Transport Legislation Guide


Following the publication of Indaver’s Waste Legislation Guide in 2014, Indaver Ireland’s Transport Legislation Guide is now available.

Indaver’s Sustainable Waste Management Solutions: Treating Suitable Hazardous Waste in Meath


Another first for Indaver: the Meath Waste-to-Energy Facility is taking delivery of suitable hazardous waste.

Indaver Lodges Planning Application for Waste-to-Energy Facility in Ringaskiddy, Cork


On the 13th of January 2016, Indaver submitted an application to the Irish planning authority, An Bord Pleanála, to develop a piece of strategic...