Energy Monday 14 June 2021
10 June 2021

Sweden overtakes the Dutch for English RDF imports

Rolling figures to April 2021 show Sweden has overtaken the Netherlands as the most popular destination for exports of refuse derived fuel (RDF) from England for the first time. According to data obtained from the Environment ...


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13 May 2021

Essex council awards £80m landfill gas contract


Essex county council has awarded Renewable Power Systems (RPS) a 20-year contract to generate electricity from landfill gas produced at the Bellhouse Closed Landfill Site in Stanway, Colchester. Valued at £80 million over the ...

5 May 2021

Veolia gives details on solar panels at landfill sites


Veolia says it is to double its renewable electricity generation capacity by deploying more of “the latest” solar panels on restored landfill areas. Last month, the company drew attention to the success of the project, but ...

28 April 2021

Veolia installs solar panels at landfill sites


French-owned waste management company Veolia has heralded the success of its efforts to install solar panels at its former landfill sites across the UK. Working alongside specialist partners REG Power Management and Ethical Power...

26 April 2021

Viridor strikes Dunbar IBA processing deal


Viridor has announced a five-year contract with incinerator bottom ash (IBA) specialist Rock Solid Processing for the treatment of 65,000 tonnes per annum of material from the Dunbar energy recovery facility. The waste company ...

23 April 2021

Northern Ireland’s waste figures spark EfW call


Waste volumes in Northern Ireland rose by 9.2% in the final quarter of 2020 (October to December), when compared with the same period in 2019. Statistics released by the Northern Ireland Executive yesterday (22 April) show that ...

22 April 2021

FEAD pushes EfW’s green credentials


European waste management trade association FEAD has called for a reassessment of energy from waste (EfW) as an activity which “positively contributes to climate mitigation objectives”. The call was issued in light of the ...

16 April 2021

BWSC sells EfW plant construction arm


Danish power facility specialist Burmeister & Wain Scandinavian Contractor (BWSC) announced the sale of its energy from waste (EfW) plant construction arm to a newly established company on 12 April. Scandinavian Energy ...

14 April 2021

Viridor and Grundon submit revised Ford EfW proposal 


Grundon Waste Management and Viridor have submitted a revised planning application to West Sussex county council to build an energy from waste (EfW) plant at Ford, West Sussex. The 295,000 tonnes per year capacity facility is ...

13 April 2021

High Court to hear EfW emissions challenge


The High Court is this week to hear a judicial review into the decision to exclude energy from waste (EfW) plants from the UK’s new emissions trading scheme. The UK Emissions Trading Scheme (UK ETS) is a replacement for the EU ...