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Biological Treatment

News and analysis on biological treatment of waste and biomass including anaerobic digestion, landfill gas and biogas treatment and management.

Biological Treatment News & Analysis

Biogas giant Nature Energy attracting investor interest

A Nature Energy-owned biogas plant

Denmark-based business owned by international investors is in the spotlight as energy prices rise

Biogas developer wins appeal to expand to 100,000t/yr

An unrelated biogas plant

UK: Application was initially turned down over concerns on traffic and availability of local feedstock

HZI lands biogas-upgrading deal

The biogas plant

Denmark: Move is due to increased demanded for biomethane production

EWB Insight report: July 2022

An artist's impression of Broad's plant

This month: The UK is reviewing English EfW capacity, a court confirms the Environment Agency was entitled to withdraw permission for the export of hazardous waste to an island in Norway, financial close and the start of construction for a Glasgow-based 350,000t/yr EfW plant and a full facilities round up

Legal action over M+W’s ‘failed’ EfW projects

The surrey-based plant’s gasification equipment

UK: Allegations relate to the bidding process for three waste-gasification plants all of which “were not a success”, according to court documents

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