This month: European Commission fails to back bioenergy, UK local authorities face legal action over failed waste-gasification plant and Indaver finally starts building Essex-based EfW plant
This month: Scottish review of EfW capacity with ministers, Covanta carves off European based facilities, Indaver’s Ireland-based plant develops, new owner for the Margam biomass-fired plant and Wärtsilä reveals “world’s second-largest” biomethane-liquefaction plant
This month: UK unveils “eligible” EfW carbon capture and storage projects and starts the process of including energy recovery in the UK emissions trading scheme. Meanwhile, the Oslo-based Klemetsrud EfW plant is on track for a “world first” by having full-scale CCS tech installed by 2026
This month: Could biomethane replace Russian natural gas? Problems at a Malvern-based medical waste plant and construction workers raise issues at the NESS EfW plant build
This month: EfW construction woes finally leads CNIM into administration, another high-profile failure for UK waste-gasification, and adding EfW to the EU ETS will send waste “down the hierarchy”
Provide technical advice on planning applications for new developments.
This is an excellent opportunity for candidates who have practical industrial, consultancy or regulatory experience; who can apply their expertise in a pro-active regulatory role.
This is an officer post within the Environment Team that covers Ceredigion. Our ‘patch’ is varied and interesting with a plethora of conservation designations, a long coastline and a bunch of challenging WFD waterbodies.
Senior Environmental Law and Advice Officer Salary: £35,895 - £40,613 Location: Worcester (with options for flexible working) Contract: Permanent Holding government and other public authorities to account on the environment.