LIFE Halosep Objectives

HALOSEP – Innovative method for recycling and reuse of waste streams from incineration plants in the EU

Main objectives of the project is to demonstrate that

  • Two waste streams from incineration plants, fly ash and scrubber liquid, can be co-treated leading to a reduction of waste going to landfills and increased material recycling
  • The Halosep process can be installed and integrated into an existing waste incineration plant 
  • Increased materials recycling; 
    • The FGW product -> recycled in concrete or used as a filler 
    • The heavy metal product -> recycled into zinc production 
    • The salt from Halosep can be recycled as road salt during the winter period

Policy implications

The LIFE HALOSEP project foresees - in case of successful implementation – a direct contribution to the updating and implementation of EU Environmental policy. The project would support

  1. The Roadmap to a Resource Efficient Europe (decision no. 2011/1067)
  2. Energy Efficiency (Directive 2012/27/EU) 

By reducing the use of primary resources, reducing transport of Flue Gas Waste to be landfilled and GHG emissions and furthermore providing

  • A decreased need of landfill sites
  • A feasible and environmentally friendly way to neutralize fly ash, with another waste fraction from an incineration plant
  • A step towards a circular economy



  • Share this page


Erik Rasmussen
Projekt Manager
0045 5667 9618
send e-mail



LIFE Halosep

LIFE Halosep Process

LIFE Halosep Partners


Disclaimers excluding Agency/Commission responsibility

Any communication or publication related to the project, made by the beneficiaries jointly or individually in any form and using any means, shall indicate that it reflects only the author's view and that the Agency/Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information it contains.