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NGO loses appeal over Bedfordshire EfW plant’s permit

NGO loses appeal over Bedfordshire EfW plant’s permit

UK: Facility has now come through two judicial reviews and is due to open in 2022

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Boosting biogas 'will create 850,000' direct jobs by 2050

Boosting biogas 'will create 850,000' direct jobs by 2050

Study reveals the direct employments benefits of biogas production, but also shows the industry is “contracting”

Vattenfall tenders Amsterdam-based biomass project

Vattenfall tenders Amsterdam-based biomass project

Netherlands: Deal includes detailed final engineering and district-heating connections, according to tender

Macquire makes first biogas investment

Macquire makes first biogas investment

UK: Move is the Australia-based fund's first foray into the biogas sector

Europe's 'Bioenergy Day' arrives two days earlier this year

Europe's 'Bioenergy Day' arrives two days earlier this year

Europe is still “excessively dependent on fossil-fuels”, according to trade body Bioenergy Europe

Leo Group to add biomass-fired facility

Leo Group to add biomass-fired facility

UK: Biomass-fired thermal oxidiser is part of a £30m odour abatement project

Report calls for more bioethanol blending

Report calls for more bioethanol blending

Introducing E20 across the EU would require a trebling of 2017’s production volumes, according to the report

Former Cory boss to chair Interserve’s construction business

Former Cory boss to chair Interserve’s construction business

UK: Nick Pollard has been a non-executive director of Interserve since June last year

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EWB Comment and Analysis

EWB Insight report: October 2019

EWB Insight report: October 2019

This month: Is rail the future for waste transport, landfill will take the brunt of a no-deal Brexit, planning snubs for Nu-Energy EfW plant, but go ahead for Verus Energy Oak and Veolia facilities

How optimising EfW plants can help industry's image

How optimising EfW plants can help industry's image

EfW facilities will play an increasing role as fossil fuels are phased out. Making them more efficient by using new technology and data monitoring can boost their renewables credentials and public perception, argues Tim McNeilly

Why Scotland chose to delay its controversial landfill ban

Why Scotland chose to delay its controversial landfill ban

Plan to bring in ban in 2021 would have left about a million tonnes of waste with “nowhere to go”

EWB Insight report: September 2019

EWB Insight report: September 2019

This month: Only two EfW projects gain CfD support, developments at the delayed Renaissance and Port Clarence facilities, as well as the liquidation of a biomass plant operator and the usual facilities roundup

EWB Insight report: August 2019

EWB Insight report: August 2019

This month: Three major new EfW plants progress, waste exports from England drop, UK waste wood market to import feedstock and a full facilities update

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