Workers hired through a subcontractor by the waste firm were proven to be victims controlled by a gang that was convicted of modern slavery following two criminal trials in 2018 and 2019
Finland: Facility will process around 60,000t/yr and produce up to 40GWh of biogas
UK: “Long-term” heat and hot water supply deal through a district heating system has been finalised
UK: Project made it through planning last year after a drawn-out process related to its stack height
Finland and Japan-based companies combine for a “unique solution” for between 30,000 and 200,000t/yr of waste
Move is designed to increase the reach and capacity of Geminor, while securing plastic waste for Quantafuel
UK: Batteries are responsible for around 48% of all waste fires, according to report
Netherlands: Company says data recorded last year proves the facility “meets the legal emission standards”
UK: Facility has never worked as expected and its owners lost a legal battle with Essex County Council last year
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This month: The EU ETS should not be extended to EfW plants, BWSC shifts away from EfW and bioenergy plant builds, Suez and BP work on the UK’s first CCS project at an EfW plant, still no EIA for the Barry biomass plant and Nature Energy is building another large-scale facility
This month: Two judicial reviews and two wins for the EfW plants, crooks cashing in on plastic exports, Edmonton EfW plant deal down to three bidders, Corby EfW plant develops, Lynemouth Power offline and Ductor to deliver 200 biogas-producing plants
Mark Sommerfeld, policy manager at the Association of Renewable Energy and Clean Technology (REA) and Chris Winward, chief commercial officer at Privilege Finance, share their views on what a truly supportive policy for AD looks like
This month: English RDF exports collapse, Norway’s CCUS project moves forward, LafargeHolcim reveals plans to double waste processing by 2030 and Severn Water unveiled plans for another thermal hydrolysis-powered facility
This month: Three more waste-gasification hit the buffers, UK faces legal action over excluding EfW plants from its planned ETS, Covanta calls for “dialogue” with protesters and Hoddesdon and Uskmouth-based facilities move forward