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EWB Waste To Energy  |  21st March 2019
 
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Top EfW News Stories
Contractor removed from CfD-backed Hull EfW build Contractor removed from CfD-backed Hull EfW build
UK: BIG has “reluctantly” removed contractor after plant missed 2018 completion deadline
RRS facing removal from waste-gasification plant build RRS facing removal from waste-gasification plant build
UK: Two local authorities have withheld payments of £50m after delays at the 12MWe facility
UK’s first commercial-scale bioSNG plant revealed UK’s first commercial-scale bioSNG plant revealed
Facility is due to process up to 175,000t/yr of waste, including RDF and biomass
Cornwall EfW to be ‘fully operational’ after shutdown Cornwall EfW to be ‘fully operational’ after shutdown
UK: Facility has not produced power since shortly after being declared operational last summer
SRF rise masks larger fall in RDF-export levels SRF rise masks larger fall in RDF-export levels
Massive 356.2% increase in solid-recovered fuel export as cement plants look to move away from fossil fuels and reduce energy costs
UK secures no-deal Brexit agreement on EU waste shipments UK secures no-deal Brexit agreement on EU waste shipments
The UK will be able to continue shipping waste to all the countries it currently exports to in the event of a no-deal Brexit
Hay Hall waste-gasification plant gets green light Hay Hall waste-gasification plant gets green light
UK: Facility is due to process 277,000t/yr and have a capacity of 25MWe
CoGen reaches £3m crowdfunding target CoGen reaches £3m crowdfunding target
UK: Fundraising drive has reached its minimum target for the project, which the company says is the first energy recovery plant to use crowdfunding
Biffa updates on Covanta EfW plants progress Biffa updates on Covanta EfW plants progress
UK: Pair currently negotiating with short-listed EPC contractors
Tolvik publishes ‘Filling the Gap’ report Tolvik publishes ‘Filling the Gap’ report
Report updates previous work released in November 2017 and says UK waste reduction strategies will come up “short”
EWB Insight report: Feb 2019 EWB Insight report: Feb 2019
This month: Is the UK halfway through building a portfolio of EfW plants, facilites progress in Corby, Darwen and the Rookery South EfW faces yet another day in court
Clugston-CNIM wins Scottish EfW plant build Clugston-CNIM wins Scottish EfW plant build
21.5MWe facility will process up to 216,000t/yr of waste
Shell joins Rotterdam waste-to-fuel project Shell joins Rotterdam waste-to-fuel project
Facility will be first of its kind in Europe to make chemicals and biofuels out of non-recyclable waste
More EPC contractors eye UK EfW builds - GIG More EPC contractors eye UK EfW builds - GIG
Construction firms are looking to the UK following Spain-based Acconia winning an EfW plant build deal earlier this week
DEFRA wants to see ‘more efficient’ EfW plants DEFRA wants to see ‘more efficient’ EfW plants
Senior figure at UK government department urges EfW plants to apply for heat production subsidies
Ringaskiddy EfW plant faces court next month Ringaskiddy EfW plant faces court next month
Ireland: Recovery facility is due to have a capacity of 18.5MWe and process up to 240,000t/yr of waste
Corby EfW plant returns with tech-change plan Corby EfW plant returns with tech-change plan
UK: Plant gained planning consent back in 2016, but now wants to drop gasification technology
Acciona and Indaver consortium win Aberdeen EfW plant deal Acciona and Indaver consortium win Aberdeen EfW plant deal
UK: Consortium has secured preferred bidder status for the £150m energy-recovery project after a delay
Belgium: EfW plant turned down for EP
Norway: Waste heat deal signed
Finland: Scrubber system ordered for EfW plant
UK: Safety award for Parc Adfer EfW build
UK: Shareholder challenges Interserve’s rescue deal
UK: Crowdfunded EfW legal challenge reaches halfway mark
UK: No call-in for EfW plant
UK: Andusia marks seventh birthday
 
 

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