MVV's Paul Carey on new EfW projects, Owen's Law and being a 'dustman'

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 fifth episode EWB editor Luke Walsh talks to the MVV’s managing director Paul Carey. 

The Podcast is about the people as well as the energy recovery sector and Paul also spoke about his work on Owen’s law (please see, which he launched with his family after his son’s preventable death from an allergic reaction to a restaurant meal.  

This episode also focuses on:

  • MVV’s plans for EfWs in Medworth, Bournemouth and another one at an undisclosed location 

  • Why some local authorities are pursuing “a waste of energy solution” to their refuse

  • Carbon capture plans with MVV’s Kent-based biomass plant’s neighbour Enfinium

  • And why politicians are “running scared of the lobbyists”

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