Energy Monday 21 September 2020
10 September 2020

Portland EfW application submitted to Dorset

A planning application has been submitted to the unitary authority of Dorset council for an energy from waste facility at Portland. Dorset has a lack of domestic residual waste infrastructure and currently waste is sent as RDF to ...


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4 September 2020

Environmental message in Veolia’s Suez ambition


Paris-headquartered Veolia’s plans to buy its French rival Suez have prompted a range of responses from UK local authorities and the waste sector. And, Veolia’s UK vice-president, Gavin Graveson, has tweeted that the deal could help ...

1 September 2020

Eco Sustainable Solutions to build Dorset EfW plant


Recycling and renewable energy company Eco Sustainable Solutions has announced plans to build a 60,000 tonnes per year capacity energy from waste (EfW) plant in Parley, Dorset. Eco Sustainable Solutions says the proposed facility ...

31 August 2020

Veolia reveals bid to buy stake in Suez


French waste management giant Veolia announced on Sunday, 30 August, that it has offered €2.9 billion to French utilities firm Engie for 29.9% stake which it holds in Suez.  If the offer is accepted by Engie, Veolia – which ...

20 August 2020

Andusia and Sackers sign RDF supply contract


Waste to fuel specialist Andusia has signed a Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) supply contact with Ipswich-based recycling firm Sackers. As part of the agreement, the companies will supply 10,000 tonnes of RDF over the next year to the...

19 August 2020

‘Understanding the risk of EfW overcapacity’


OPINION: Adrian Judge, director of Tolvik, reflects on what is needed for a successful energy from waste plant which includes understanding the wider picture locally and beyond.  Successfully ...

18 August 2020

Glennmont seeking ‘positive solution’ for Port Clarence


Renewable energy fund manager Glennmont Partners says a “positive solution” is still being sought for the 325,000 tonne-per-year capacity Port Clarence biomass project, but progress has been stalled by the coronavirus pandemic.

17 August 2020

Funding secured for Teesside pellet plant


Waste trading company Waste Knot Energy has secured an undisclosed amount of funding from asset management group Gresham House to build an alternative fuel pelleting plant in Middlesbrough. The facility’s permit will allow it to...

13 August 2020

Cardiff district-heating receives £15m boost


The £26.5 million Cardiff City Heating Network has secured £15m in loans and grants to begin the first phase of works in its construction. The district-heating network will use underground pipes to transport heat from Viridor’...

12 August 2020

Taylor Woodrow awarded Edmonton ecopark contract


The North London Waste Authority (NLWA) has awarded UK construction company Taylor Woodrow a £100 million contract to build two recycling facilities at the Edmonton EcoPark. Taylor Woodrow will build a Materials Recycling ...