UK: Application was initially turned down over concerns on traffic and availability of local feedstock
Projects and Facilities
News and analysis on the planning, financing, construction and operation of waste-to-energy, anaerobic digestion and biomass energy facilities.
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
UK: Statement was submitted late last month, but has not yet been made public due to data protection concerns, EWB understands
The government has previously “accepted” a recommendation against granting new consents, but has now clarified local authorities can say “if they are minded to grant planning permission to such facilities”
UK: Majority of funding is for sustainable feedstock sources with a smaller amount for technologies creating hydrogen from biomass and waste