Energy Monday 31 August 2015
ENER-G biogas generation system at North British Distillery 25 August 2015

A guide to financial incentives for AD

Martin Wager, business development manager for ENER-G Combined Power Ltd, explains the financial benefits of anaerobic digestion and the UK government's renewables incentives available to developers. Anaerobic digestion ...

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Bales of RDF being loaded at Pembroke Dock for export to Sweden on Saturday (August 8) 11 August 2015

RDF ‘teething problems’ lead to odour at Pembroke Port

 

Pembrokeshire county council and its contractor Potters Waste Management have apologised to local residents for ‘initial teething problems’ with RDF processing which gave rise to odour issues at Pembroke Port. The first ...

(l-r) Viridor's Derek Edwards and Calyton Sullivan-Webb of Grundon shake on the new contract 7 August 2015

Grundon secures 25-year capacity at Ardley EfW

 

Grundon Waste Management has secured annual capacity of 50,000 tonnes at the Ardley energy from waste facility in Oxfordshire, under a 25-year agreement with Viridor. The arrangement will enable Grundon to utilise a sixth of the ...

The FM1 facility has capacity to process over 500,000 tonnes of solid fuel each year 3 August 2015

Ferrybridge Multifuel facility ‘fully operational’

 

The £300 million Ferrybridge Multifuel 1 energy from waste facility in West Yorkshire has started full commercial operations. Multifuel Energy Limited (MEL), a joint venture between energy and gas supplier SSE and US firm ...

Avonmouth Docks - (Photo: Bristol Port Authority) 31 July 2015

Boomeco to pay £18,000 over ‘inadequate’ RDF storage

 

Waste wood and RDF company Boomeco has been ordered to pay £18,873 in fines and costs for ‘failing to store waste in an environmentally safe manner’ on Avonmouth Docks in Bristol. The ruling came after a number of ...

Teh review forms part of a wider project looking at the health impacts of municipal waste incinerator emissions 29 July 2015

Incinerator impact on births ‘warrants further study’

 

No major association between waste incinerator emissions and adverse birth defects have so far been reported, according to a review of 14 previous studies of the issue, but existing evidence is “inconclusive” academics claim.

viridor dunbar 22 July 2015

Viridor gets to work on Dunbar EfW plant

 

Resources and waste firm Viridor has confirmed that construction work on its 300,000 tonnes per year capacity energy from waste plant at Dunbar, East Lothian has commenced, with the facility due to be completed in late 2017. The...

Veolia's Sheffield EfW plant was also looked at in the study 17 July 2015

Incinerators ‘contribute little’ to particle emissions

 

Results from part of a Public Health England-funded study into the impacts of municipal waste incinerators in the UK have shown “no evidence” of incinerator emissions around four facilities. And, while metal emissions were...

Adam and Angus book launch 14 July 2015

Feedstock key to EfW success, book suggests

 

A group of waste management experts have come together to produce a book, “Energy from Waste – A Practical Handbook”. With lawyer Angus Evers and consultant Adam Read as consulting editors, the book, published by Globe Law ...

Suffolk EfW cropped 13 July 2015

Suez marks opening of Suffolk EfW

 

Suez Environnement’s Suffolk energy-from-waste plant was officially inaugurated on Friday (July 10) with the Countess of Euston on hand to cut the ribbon. The energy recovery facility, located at Great Blakenham near Ipswich, ...

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