The business climate in the European waste-to-energy (WtE) industry is “better than it has ever been” since the first WtE industry barometer in 2012, according to a survey annually conducted by consultancy ecoprog, with the support of the Confederation of … Continue reading →
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SUEZ recycling and recovery UK (SUEZ) has announced that it intends to develop a new Energy-from Waste (EfW) plant near Billingham in Stockton on Tees, which will serve public sector and commercial customers in the North East and Scotland. … Continue reading →
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The UK is “sleep walking” into a waste infrastructure capacity deficiency and is likely to “panic” later when it’s clear there is a problem, according to Biffa’s Ian Wakelin. The comments come as Wakelin (left), joined by SUEZ’s David Palmer-Jones … Continue reading →
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Veolia is to trial innovative electric refuse collection vehicles (RCV) charged by power derived from the waste they have collected. The project in Sheffield will see two 26 tonne RCV converted from diesel to electric power in a scheme to … Continue reading →
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Installation work is underway at the Isle of Wight Council’s (IWC) new recycling and waste treatment park on the Island. The site will be operated on a day-to-day basis by Amey in partnership with the IWC and includes mechanical treatment … Continue reading →
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Bore Hill Farm Biodigester has become the first English anaerobic digestion (AD) plant to be certified under a new certification scheme that recognises good operational, environmental, and health and safety performance at UK AD plants. The plant, based in Warminster in Wiltshire and run by … Continue reading →
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A new Northampton renewable biomethane refuelling station, along with 58 Waitrose gas trucks, will take part in the UK’s first large-scale study of low-carbon alternative to diesel. CNG Fuels is opening a renewable biomethane refuelling station at Northampton as part … Continue reading →
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The “tide may be turning” for the UK anaerobic digestion (AD) industry, according to the head of the Anaerobic Digestion & Bioresources Association (ADBA). ADBA Chief Executive Charlotte Morton said last week in her welcoming remarks at UK AD & World Biogas … Continue reading →
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