Tool for the selection of Key Enabling Technologies

This computer tool allows the classification of waste according to the European method (EWL – European Waste List) and a better understanding of the impact of fluorinated gases, as well as the best solutions available for their treatment using Key Enabling Technologies (KETs).

The tool has been developed in the framework of the European project KET4F-Gas, co-financed by the European programme Interreg Sudoe through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).


Online Library

Good practices handbook for industry and waste managers
Roadmap for the public administrations in charge of waste management



Access the newsletters that have been published with the latest news about the project and the F-Gas sector.

Click here Newslwetter 1

Click here Newslwetter 2



Here you can download the brochure with the main details of the project.


Prototypes Video

KET4F-GAS system for the recovery of HFC fluorinated gases. In this video you can see one of the main results of this project, the system created for the management of fluorinated gases has the ultimate goal of reducing emissions of these fluorinated compounds that are so harmful to climate change. Two prototypes have been designed, built and validated for the elimination of emissions and recovery of F-gases based on the optimal combination of TFEs and multi-TFEs.

This product is validating at pilot scale new technologies for the treatment of fluorinated gases (F-gases) by means of alternative solutions based on cross TFEs, reducing emissions of fluorinated compounds in the Sudoe area.

The main objective of the Ket4F-Gas project is to reduce the environmental impact of fluorinated gases through the development and implementation of Essential Enabling Technologies (EETs).