Hertfordshire County Council’s Development Control Committee has approved plans for Veolia to build an energy from waste facility in Hoddesdon. Ian Reay, Chair of the Council’s Development Control Committee, said: “We’ve reached this decision after a lengthy debate on the … Continue reading →
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The Green Investment Bank (GIB) must maintain its social purpose the Renewable Energy Association, says, following the closure of the sale to Macquarie Group. The renewables industry urges the new Bank owners to maintain its “social purpose”, namely to help … 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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Fifteen Unilever UK sites are now using electricity from renewable wind sources. The 15 Unilever UK sites will source renewable wind energy from Eneco as part of a three year contract. Some sites also have the capacity to generate their … Continue reading →
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The Conservative Party says it will “take control” of environmental legislation again as the UK leaves the EU, as part of its election manifesto released today (18 May). The Conservative Party pledged to be the first generation to leave the … Continue reading →
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Around 500 anaerobic digestion (AD) developments are in the pipeline, to potentially double or triple the size of the sector between 2014 and 2019, a WRAP reports has found, but stresses this level of deployment is highly dependent on the … Continue reading →
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Responding to the Government’s Industrial Strategy Green Paper, CIWM has said more attention needs to be paid to resource productivity and security, while the Resource Association says the circular economy should be considered a “pillar” of the strategy. The Department … Continue reading →
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The number of workers in Scotland employed in the low carbon and renewables sector has risen to 58,500 in 2015 – up from an indicative 43,500 employed in 2014, the Scottish Government has announced. The low carbon and renewables sector … Continue reading →
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