A group of industry representatives have published a Code of Practice (CoP) for the Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) market, setting out a framework that shares “good practice” across the industry and aiming to increase the confidence of customers and regulators … Continue reading →
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A new report published today (11 October) suggests local authorities across England could save up to £35m every year if a deposit return scheme (DRS) for drinks containers was introduced in England. Analysis of data across eight local authorities, including … Continue reading →
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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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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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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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Waste crime in England is costing the legitimate waste industry and the taxpayer more than £600m a year, equivalent to building 34 new secondary schools or paying for 4,137 NHS hospital beds per year, according to a new report commissioned by the … Continue reading →
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