Energy from Waste

8th September 2017
Wheelabrator Reaches Financial Close On Ferrybridge Multifuel 2

Wheelabrator Reaches Financial Close On Ferrybridge Multifuel 2

Wheelabrator Technologies has reached financial close on the 675,000 tonnes per year Ferrybridge Multifuel 2 (FM2) energy-from-waste facility in West Yorkshire – the second project in the Multifuel Energy Ltd (MEL) partnership with SSE. “This financial close is another major … Continue reading

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31st August 2017
Amey Outlines Proposals For New Cambridgeshire Waste Facility

Amey Outlines Proposals For New Cambridgeshire Waste Facility

Cambridgshire residents are being invited to have their say on proposals for a new, £200m energy from waste facility at its 400 acre Waterbeach Waste Management Park. The park already houses a range of waste processes and technologies, including recycling, … Continue reading

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16th August 2017
UK Faces “Serious” Waste Infrastructure Capacity Gap – SUEZ

UK Faces “Serious” Waste Infrastructure Capacity Gap – SUEZ

The UK faces a “severe shortage of vital waste treatment infrastructure” over the next decade, according to new research findings of SUEZ recycling and recovery UK. The shortage relates primarily to a lack of energy-from-waste (EfW) power plants, which are … Continue reading

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8th August 2017
UK “Sleepwalking” Into Waste Treatment Capacity Crisis – ESA

UK “Sleepwalking” Into Waste Treatment Capacity Crisis – ESA

The Environmental Services Association (ESA), has issued a stark warning following the release of a new Eunomia report, labelling its findings are “flawed”. The Eunomia report, Residual waste infrastructure review issue 12, says that were all residual waste treatment facilities … Continue reading

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7th August 2017
Eunomia Report Predicts 63% Recycling Rate Glass Ceiling For UK

Eunomia Report Predicts 63% Recycling Rate Glass Ceiling For UK

UK’s supply of waste treatment capacity will exceed the available quantity of residual waste in 2020/21, according to Environmental consultancy Eunomia, as it publishes it’s twelfth Residual Waste Infrastructure Review, out today (7 August). The consultancy says that were all … Continue reading

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14th July 2017
WRAP Report Shows Dropping Gate Fees

WRAP Report Shows Dropping Gate Fees

WRAP’s annual Gate Fees Report has found a number of changes since last year, most notable a drop in Material Recovery Facilities (MRF), Anaerobic Digestion (AD), and Energy from Waste (EfW) gate fees, whilst landfill gate fees have increased. In-vessel … Continue reading

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29th June 2017
Report Finds EfW Inputs Increased 18% In 2016

Report Finds EfW Inputs Increased 18% In 2016

A new report has found that, in 2016, inputs into 41 UK EfWs increased by 18% to 9.96Mt when compared with 2015.        Tolvik Consulting’s annual UK EfW Statistics report brings together data for 2016 on the UK Energy from Waste … Continue reading

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15th June 2017
Biffa Signs Covanta EfW Deal As It Reports Statutory Loss

Biffa Signs Covanta EfW Deal As It Reports Statutory Loss

Biffa has signalled an exclusive energy from waste (EfW) deal with Covanta as it reports a rise in revenues but a statutory loss after tax due to the cost of its stock market floatation. Biffa has published its results for the … Continue reading

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