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Suez 500,000t/yr EfW facility approved

Suez 500,000t/yr EfW facility approved

UK: Facility was recommended for approval by the local authority planning committee, which decided on the project last night

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Swedish energy recovery drops slightly

Swedish energy recovery drops slightly

Just under half of the country’s waste went for energy recovery, according to new figures

NGOs ramp up pressure against peat-to-biomass project

NGOs ramp up pressure against peat-to-biomass project

Ireland: Conversion of one major facility was turned down last month and campaign groups hope a similar fate will befall another planned conversion

Standardkessel Baumgarte to deliver Cardiff-based EfW plant

Standardkessel Baumgarte to deliver Cardiff-based EfW plant

UK: Facility will be able to process up to 200,000t/yr and have an electrical capacity of 15MWe should it gain planning approval

University and water company work on improving biogas production

University and water company work on improving biogas production

UK: Project focuses on optimising existing AD facilities and how they process sewage sludge

Margam signs news biomass feedstock deal

Margam signs news biomass feedstock deal

UK: Contract covers 50,000t/yr of waste wood, which is about 14.2% of the facility’s overall need

Warsaw EfW deal retendered

Warsaw EfW deal retendered

Previous contract with a China-based supplier was scrapped earlier this year after a government agency intervened

Rebrand for aggregates firm Carbon8

Rebrand for aggregates firm Carbon8

UK: Company says new name will allow it to develop new products for the global market

German wood pellet production leaps 13%

German wood pellet production leaps 13%

Production in H1 2019 increased by 150,000t compared with the same period in 2018

Plans for 10 waste-processing ‘plastic parks’ revealed

Plans for 10 waste-processing ‘plastic parks’ revealed

UK: Companies have confirmed plans to develop more facilities

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EWB Insight report: July 2019

EWB Insight report: July 2019

This month: Waste fires a burning issue for energy recovery sector, Dutch government proposes a waste import tax, Veolia gets another no from the government for a Hertfordshire-based EfW plant and a full facilities round up

What does Biffa’s China dumping conviction mean for the waste sector?

What does Biffa’s China dumping conviction mean for the waste sector?

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.

Gate fees will push EfW growth

Gate fees will push EfW growth

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

EWB Insight report: Jun 2019

EWB Insight report: Jun 2019

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

Future-proofing energy recovery

Future-proofing energy recovery

As the energy-from-waste sector continues to grow and evolve in the UK, Roberto Vogel and Timothy Byrne review the fate of the UK's first generation of plants, what we can learn from their demise and what has changed

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