UKWIN on over capacity, why CCS won't work and whether you're right to say energy recovery

Every fortnight the Burning Issue looks at different elements of the energy recovery sector, taking the starting point that while energy recovery has moved some waste out of landfill, where does the sector go from here?

For the fourth episode EWB editor Luke Walsh talks to the United Kingdom Without Incineration Network, better known as UKWIN.

This episode focuses on the other side from the businesses and local authorities which deal with waste and speaks to those opposed to more UK-based energy-from-waste plants

  • Whether CCS is the new gasification

  • Landfill is bad, but UKWIN say “incineration is worse”

  • The ongoing push for an English moratorium on energy recovery

  • Does the UK have more operational and under construction capacity then genuinely residual waste to burn?

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