Energy Thursday 30 March 2017
1 March 2017

Work progresses on Allerton Waste Recovery Park

Work is progressing on the Allerton Waste Recovery Park - with mechanical treatment equipment due to be installed in the coming weeks - Amey announced yesterday (28 February). The 320,000 tonnes-per-year capacity energy recovery ...


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Dundee MVV 27 March 2017

MVV secures permission for Dundee ERF


Dundee city council has granted planning permission for the development of an energy recovery facility to be operated by the German-owned waste company MVV Environment Services. The facility which would be located on Forties Road ...

27 March 2017

Herts sees major drop in waste to landfill


The volume of Hertfordshire’s household waste sent to landfill saw a significant drop in 2015/16, according to the Hertfordshire Waste Partnership, which has recorded a 39,000 tonne drop in landfill tonnages in its latest annual report.

15 March 2017

Hartlebury EnviRecover EfW facility completed


Mercia Waste Management has taken over operations of the EnviRecover energy from waste facility in Hartlebury near Kidderminster, which will treat waste on behalf of Worcestershire and Herefordshire councils. The plant is fully ...

8 March 2017

Veolia engineers in gasification efficiency claim


The engineering firm behind Veolia and Covanta’s plans for an energy from waste plant in Bedfordshire has told the Environment Agency that the technology proposed is better on climate change and efficiency grounds than gasification ...

7 March 2017

Geminor forecasts ‘niche’ growth in RDF market


VIDEO REPORT: Waste fuel export business Geminor has spoken to about its forecast for the refuse derived fuel (RDF) market as well as the future of the company. James Maiden, country manager UK, and Ralf ...

24 February 2017

Giant Edmonton ERF gets government go-ahead


Plans to build a major new energy recovery facility to replace the Edmonton EcoPark in north London received backing from the government’s Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) today (24 February). The...

22 February 2017

CIWM president defends UK EfW development


The president of the Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM) has criticised the export of refuse derived fuels to Europe and has argued that more residual waste should be treated in the UK. Professor Bates – Professor...

20 February 2017

Interserve EfW exit costs soar ahead of results


The cost of Interserve’s exit from the energy from waste market has more than doubled from £70 million to £160 million, the construction firm announced today (20 February). The ‘exceptional provision’ follows the ...

20 February 2017

Cory rebrand to focus on EfW as landfill sites sold


Cory is to put energy from waste at the centre of its operations, following the sale of its 13 landfill sites to Armour Group earlier this year. Chief executive Nicholas Pollard told the company views EfW...