EfW capacity at plants based in England increased by 600,000t in 2018
France: Facility will process waste and sludge from crisp maker’s own wastewater treatment plant
UK: Project is now "well into" the construction phase, ENDS understands
UK: Average cost to dispose of waste increased by £1, according to WRAP report
UK: Site first opened in 2014, processing 50,000t/yr of food waste
Biogas sector says "concern stems from the unknown" as review is launched
UK: Report calls for “seismic shifts” in how waste is viewed and defined
Government intends to introduce new legislation governing plastics and the export of waste when it puts forward its agenda in the next Queen's Speech.
Belgium: Facility will process 180,000t/yr and have capacities of 20MWe and 7.5MWth
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The waste sector is reeling from the conviction of one of the industry's largest companies for illegally sending waste abroad. It has led to questions over which other firms the EA has in its sights and whether or not export laws are clear enough. Conor McGlone reports.
As support is phased out for other renewable-energy projects and gasification technology matures, the energy-from-waste sector will play an increasing role in the UK's energy mix, argue Matthew Williams and Yohanna Weber
This month: Government call-ins impact on two EfW plant developments, WI BAT signed off, Ørsted ditches biogas but will keep working on delayed Renescience plant, and a full facilities round-up