Energy Friday 10 April 2020
9 April 2020

Inspectorate approves Cory’s second London EfW plant

EXCLUSIVE: The Planning Inspectorate has approved Cory Riverside Energy’s plans for an energy from waste (EfW) plant with the capacity to process more than 800,000 tonnes per year, based in Belvedere, south east London.  

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3 April 2020

Uniper to enter UK EfW market

 

International energy company Uniper, formed in 2016 following a split from E.ON, will submit plans to Nottinghamshire county council this summer  for a 500,000 tonnes per year capacity energy from waste plant.    

2 April 2020

Veolia to process healthcare waste at Tyseley

 

Veolia has applied to the Environment Agency to alter its permit to allow the processing of healthcare orange bagged waste at its energy from waste plant in Tyseley, Birmingham.   According to the...

1 April 2020

Wheelabrator plans West Midlands EfW

 

UK investment and asset management company Low Carbon has announced plans to build a 

25 March 2020

Defra works on cross-sector approach to pandemic

 

Trade associations and Defra have been discussing a cross-sector approach to handling waste management in the light of the current coronavirus crisis. A call for everyone within the industry to work together is expected to be made...

2 March 2020

Management buyout at Geminor

 

The chief executive officer and chief operating officer of waste fuel specialist Geminor have bought out their Danish partner Gemidan for an undisclosed fee to secure 100% ownership of the business. After acquiring the Danish ...

26 February 2020

Veolia consults on North Hampshire ERF

 

Veolia has unveiled plans to build an energy recovery facility plant in North Hampshire on the site of its existing materials recycling facility (MRF) in Alton. A planning submission is expected to be made for the ERF to Hampshire...

21 February 2020

Vital Energi to build Burton EfW plant

 

UK-based energy firm Vital Energi has announced plans to build a 169,000 tonnes per year capacity energy from waste plant near Burton-on-Trent. Through a process of gasification, the Drakelow Energy from Waste plant is due to ...

21 February 2020

Surrey Eco Park in final stages of testing

 

Suez UK said this week its Eco Park plant in Surrey is making "steady progress", with the final stages of testing for the anaerobic digestion (AD) facility and hot commissioning of the gasification facility currently underway. A ...

20 February 2020

Wheelabrator scraps Hampshire EfW

 

Wheelabrator Technologies has announced today, 20 February, that it will “no longer proceed” with plans for a 500,000 tonne per year capacity energy from waste (EfW) plant in Hampshire. The follows a ‘strategic review’ the...