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ENDS Waste & Bioenergy Weekly
ENDS Waste & Bioenergy Weekly  |  24th January 2021
 

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Top Stories This Week
Investors boost Poolbeg EfW plant holding to 50% Investors boost Poolbeg EfW plant holding to 50%
Ireland: Fund initially bought into the plant in 2019 but has taken on more of Green Investment Group’s share of the facility
‘Landmark’ heat supply deal from Edmonton EfW plant signed ‘Landmark’ heat supply deal from Edmonton EfW plant signed
UK: “Long-term” heat and hot water supply deal through a district heating system has been finalised
Biffa sued over alleged ‘failure to prevent’ slavery Biffa sued over alleged ‘failure to prevent’ slavery
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
Quantafuel takes 40% stake in waste aggregator Geminor Quantafuel takes 40% stake in waste aggregator Geminor
Move is designed to increase the reach and capacity of Geminor, while securing plastic waste for Quantafuel
Financial close confirmed for Rivenhall EfW project Financial close confirmed for Rivenhall EfW project
UK: Project made it through planning last year after a drawn-out process related to its stack height
Redundancy process launched for workers at UBB’s Tovi Eco Park Redundancy process launched for workers at UBB’s Tovi Eco Park
UK: Facility has never worked as expected and its owners lost a legal battle with Essex County Council last year
Lohja biogas-producing plant operational Lohja biogas-producing plant operational
Finland: Facility will process around 60,000t/yr and produce up to 40GWh of biogas
New deal brings ‘scaleable’ EfW plants to market New deal brings ‘scaleable’ EfW plants to market
Finland and Japan-based companies combine for a “unique solution” for between 30,000 and 200,000t/yr of waste
Waste fires caused by batteries cost industry £158m annually Waste fires caused by batteries cost industry £158m annually
UK: Batteries are responsible for around 48% of all waste fires, according to report
AEB releases biomass plant emissions data AEB releases biomass plant emissions data
Netherlands: Company says data recorded last year proves the facility “meets the legal emission standards”
Total becomes ‘major player’ in biogas sector with latest acquisition Total becomes ‘major player’ in biogas sector with latest acquisition
France: Deal adds seven operational and four in-development facilities to Total’s portfolio
5MWe Slatina biomass-fired plant sold 5MWe Slatina biomass-fired plant sold
Deal has been described as one of the “largest” foreign investments in Croatia’s bioenergy sector
Denmark: Construction ‘stopped’ on woodchip-fired build
Sweden: Linka boosts renewable heat for Vida
Sweden: ‘100%’ biogas-to-heat deal tendered
US/Finland: Neste and Avfuel sign SAF-supply deal
UK: EfW court costs case dropped
UK: Northacre permit consultation extended
 
 

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