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View the division's white paper, "Waste-to-Energy: A Renewable Energy Source from Municipal Solid Waste," which was delivered to several elected legislators on Capitol Hill.
The former technical division known as the Solid Waste Processing Division has voted to change its name to the Materials And Energy Recovery Division, or the "MER Division of ASME." The new Name was approved unanimously by the 6 member division Executive Committee on October 22, 2009.
It's guiding principle is "Engineers for Sustainable Waste Management."
The objectives of the MER Division reflected in their bylaws are:
The MER Division's primary activities include co-sponsorship of its Annual North American Waste to Energy Conference (NAWTEC) and its supporting association with the Waste to Energy Research and Technology Council (WTERT) at Columbia University.
"I must admit that I am still not using all the ASME
facilities to their fullest extent."
— Kamlesh Pande, ASME Member since 1993
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