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Veolia to use EfWs to produce hydrogen

Veolia to use EfWs to produce hydrogen

UK: Project aims to create hydrogen from water using power produced at energy recovery facilities

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CCS project planned for Ostfold Energi’s EfW plant

CCS project planned for Ostfold Energi’s EfW plant

Norway: Project is on a smaller scale to the the high-profile Klemetsrud EfW plant, which missed out on funding for a CCS project earlier this month

Pilot polystyrene chemical recycling plant set for Swindon

Pilot polystyrene chemical recycling plant set for Swindon

UK: Facility is claimed to be a first of a kind in Europe and is due to open in the second half of next year

Decision on Powerfuel Portland EfW slips into 2022

Decision on Powerfuel Portland EfW slips into 2022

UK: 183,000t/yr facility applied for planning consent more than a year ago, but a decision will not be made until next year

Argument over EfW plan as waste figures published

Argument over EfW plan as waste figures published

Northern Ireland’s waste arisings from council-collected waste broke the 1Mt barrier for the first time in more than a decade

Barry biomass-gasification plant consultation extended into 2022

Barry biomass-gasification plant consultation extended into 2022

UK: Consultation was due to end earlier this month, but has been extended to January

Ford EfW plans pulled after snub

Ford EfW plans pulled after snub

UK: New plans for the facility are due to be submitted in the “near future”, according to the developers

Council to reprocure EfW plant contract

Council to reprocure EfW plant contract

UK: Council will decide on measures next week, which would also see it bring a number of waste-related services in-house

Wood and Eqtec sign collaboration agreement

Wood and Eqtec sign collaboration agreement

Deal covers promoting the production of bioSNG and hydrogen from waste feedstocks

EfW needs to put the U in CCUS - Dr Adam Read

EfW needs to put the U in CCUS - Dr Adam Read

The utilisation element of carbon capture is a “crucial” one that the energy-from-waste sector must get right as projects develop, says Dr Adam Read

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EWB Insight report: October 2021

EWB Insight report: October 2021

This month: CCUS and BECCS take off in the UK, the world’s first project to convert a coal-fired plant to waste hangs in the balance, pellet production at WKE’s first facility slips into next year and a full facilities round-up

EWB Insight report: September 2021

EWB Insight report: September 2021

This month: UK’s district heating market comes of age, Essex is still landfilling after EfW deal fails and EWB investigates Aviva’s problems stemming from the development of three biomass-gasification plants. And the usual facilities round-up

EWB Insight report: August 2021

EWB Insight report: August 2021

This month: 700,000t/yr EfW deal effectively awarded, no appeal over non-inclusion of EfW in EU ETS, Veolia highlights energy importance of EfW, and the usual facilities round up

EWB Insight report: July 2021

EWB Insight report: July 2021

This month: EfW continues to attract investor interest, Fortum Oslo Varme’s CCS project rejects EC criticism and legal action over Surrey’s waste gasification plant moves forward. Also read our full facilities round up

Are smaller decentralised EfW solutions the way forward for the UK?

Are smaller decentralised EfW solutions the way forward for the UK?

Simon Webb, managing director of Tidy Planet Energy, shares his thoughts on the role that more localised solutions can play in the evolution of embracing a more circular economy, along with the benefits they also bring to the UK’s waste, recycling and recovery landscape

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