waste infrastructure

12th September 2018
RWM News: UK “Sleep Walking” Into Waste Infrastructure Capacity Deficiency

RWM News: UK “Sleep Walking” Into Waste Infrastructure Capacity Deficiency

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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30th April 2018
ROCs Secured For Derby Waste Treatment Centre

ROCs Secured For Derby Waste Treatment Centre

Resource Recovery Solutions’ PPP waste project, a joint venture between international waste-to-product company, Renewi plc and Interserve Group plc has secured its green subsidies in the form of Renewable Obligation Certificates (ROCs) for its Waste Treatment Centre in Derby. ROCs … Continue reading

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1st September 2017
Never Mind The Gap

Never Mind The Gap

 Simone Aplin and David Woolford at Ricardo AEA say it’s time for the waste sector to stop arguing about the waste treatment capacity gap and speak with one voice, saying this annual debate is distracting, unhelpful, undermines the aims of the … 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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4th April 2017
Survey Suggests Perceived Decline In Public Barrier To Waste Infrastructure

Survey Suggests Perceived Decline In Public Barrier To Waste Infrastructure

The barrier created by the general public to new waste infrastructure being built across the UK is perceived as having declined within the waste and resources sector, according to the results of a CIWM Journal survey.  Over 500 resources and … Continue reading

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