Award as “Low Carbon Model Company of the Year”
Steinmüller Babcock Environment GmbH is a company that is firmly rooted in the sector. We are interested in everything that happens around us, and we play an active part. That is why we are a member of the following associations:
The European association ESWET (“European Suppliers of Waste to Energy Technology”) represents manufacturers from the field of EfW. ESWET supports the development of waste to energy technology and ensures the communication of information and useful knowledge. Furthermore, ESWET attempts to increase awareness of the positive effects of waste-to-energy technology with regards to optimised waste management, and energy and environmental aspects.
The International Recovery Foundation is a non-profit organisation with the aim of enabling the transfer of knowledge regarding technical, scientific, economic and legal aspects of waste treatment. The IRF initiates and promotes conferences, supports the development and implementation of waste management plans, and supports development plans in the field of waste management that are in the public interest.
The professional association for plant constructors, the Fachverband Anlagenbau, comprises 180 member companies with more than 60,000 employees from the areas of plant construction, the energy sector, environmental engineering and the chemical and petrochemical industries. Professional competence, information and communication – these pillars make the FDBR a successful interface for practical technical knowledge and a meeting place for the sector to exchange experience.
The International Solid Waste Association is a non-governmental, independent and charitable association that follows the guiding principle of promoting and developing professional waste management worldwide as a contribution to sustainable development. ISWA’s objective is the global exchange of information and experience on all aspects of waste management.
The DGAW unifies more than 400 members from the most various sectors of the raw materials- and resource industry. The association is composed of representatives of private and municipal waste disposal contractors, political and administrative bodies, science and research, plant and mechanical engineers, production engineers and operating companies as well as citizens’ initiatives. Beyond that there is a close collaboration or mutual membership with all important organizations of the raw materials- and resource industry. Against this background they are able to offer their members an agile, diversified and informative exchange of knowledge and know how in various fields, topics and issues of the industry.