Whole Time Equivalent

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Whole Time Equivalent

Job-related activity which covers a 37.5-hour working week and 2.5 hours interspersed break. Posts are measured in terms of fractions of WTEs, usually in 10% blocks of time.
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As of end of 2017, CEIL had 43 WTE projects in operation with a combined processing capacity of 39,100 tons per day and generation capacity of about 4,300 gigawatt-hours per year.
And if that weren't scandalous enough, in order to sell incinerators and WTE facilities in the Philippines, proponents are moving to weaken the country's environmental laws so we can start buying these billion-dollar garbage-burning, toxin-churning facilities.
The WTE facility was being offered as a grant to the city, she added 'meaning that the city would not spend on its installation.
From WTE projects, a secondary recycling market could open up with the by-products from these plants being used in areas such as road construction.
A new Bhalswa WTE plant is also in the pipeline to arrest the phenomenon of fires," said the official.
The Company is the first private WTE operator in the PRC and continues to be the leading WTE operator in the PRC with the largest waste treatment capacity in operation.
Bautista said the WTE project is a must because in two to three years, the city's waste dumpsite and landfill will be shut down.
6 WTE using the average caseload average of 2,500 children to 62.
As a result, energy consumption requirement in the country is abundant, which is leading to the rising WTE plant installations in the country.
And bakeries, restaurants, farms, grocers and other big producers of organic or food waste provide an endless source of feedstock for WTE systems as well.
What's more, according to Ted Michaels, president of the Energy Recovery Council, "New WTE plants are also being constructed in Palm Beach, Florida, and in Ontario, Canada.
Ever increasing prices of fossil fuels have been fuelling WTE technology, which has over time become an important option for alternate power generation the world over.