EfW

News and analysis on energy-from-waste markets, facilities, projects, technologies, companies and government policies.

EWB Insight report: Dec/Jan 2023

EA staff were on strike in January

This report covers the unusual move by FCC to start the permitting process for an EfW facility it does not yet have the rights to develop, the entry into force of the UK generator levy, Aviva’s plans to sell a stake in its Newport EfW plant and more problems for the delayed MGT Teesside biomass-fired project

Decision expected on stalled EfW plant’s future

The mothballed EfW plant

UK: Council meeting will discuss progress, but information is only on a “need to know” basis

Highland Council EfW plant hopes still alive despite moratorium

Councillor Graham MacKenzie (second from left) and other councillors at the new Inverness waste transfer station. Photo credit: Highland Council – by Ewen Weatherspoon

UK: Council has been working on the facility for a number of years in order to divert waste from landfill or treatment nearly 200-miles away

B&W announces further UK-based contract wins

B&W's technology installed on a plant

US-based business says its “anticipates more opportunities” for its environmental technologies in the UK’s EfW and bioenergy sectors

ELWA starts tender process for ‘entire waste stream’

RDF ready to be processed

UK: Renewi has the contract until the end of 2027, but admitted it had become onerous in 2020 due to the Netherlands introducing its waste-import tax

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