Energy Friday 18 January 2019
9 January 2019

Waste exporters meet in crunch Defra Brexit talks

Government officials will meet with exporters of waste and recyclable materials tomorrow (10 January) to discuss planning for a no-deal Brexit. The meeting is expected to focus on the legal framework with presentations from Defra...

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31 July 2018

Amey overcomes ‘teething problems’ in Milton Keynes

 

Amey's gasification plant in Milton Keynes is up and running, and despite some teething problems, it is now operating at expected levels of energy generation. The advanced thermal treatment (ATT) plant is one of three technologies...

25 July 2018

Geminor to supply Allerton EfW facility

 

Norwegian-owned waste fuel specialist, Geminor, has signed a 25-year contract to supply Amey’s Allerton Waste Recovery Park in North Yorkshire. The agreement will see Geminor supply a maximum of 50,000 tonnes of residual waste ...

24 July 2018

Plans unveiled for Redcar EfW plant

 

A Yorkshire-based waste exporter, PMAC Energy, has unveiled plans for what it says will be a £250 million waste to energy plant at Redcar Bulk Terminal (RBT). The firm has secured 25 acres of the terminal’s land for the ...

Gifford's Circus and Grundon partnership 20 July 2018

News in Brief (20/07/2018)

 

With news on: UKCM's 20th year anniversary; Grundon's Recycle Bicycle initiative; M&M Waste Solutions on its Maylarch acquisition; Exxonmobile's oil deal; and Veolia's London Pride clean-up.

20 July 2018

Plans emerge for two Welsh residual waste plants

 

EXCLUSIVE: Plans for two separate Welsh facilities to manage residual waste have come to fruition this week, at opposite ends of the country. Flintshire county council has provisionally granted permission for a mechanical ...

20 July 2018

Wiltshire rejects Hills’ ATT revisions

 

Wiltshire council has rejected proposals submitted by Northacre Renewable Energy, a subsidiary of Hills Waste Management, to build an advanced thermal treatment (ATT) facility in Westbury. Hills has responded by saying it is “in...

17 July 2018

Waste sector reacts to UKWIN’s emissions report

 

In response to a report today from the UK Without Incineration Network (UKWIN), which said that certain emissions from energy from waste plants are not being reported, the Environmental Services Association (ESA) and Viridor have released a ...

17 July 2018

Government accused of ‘turning blind eye’ to EfW emissions

 

VIDEO REPORT: The government has been accused of turning a blind eye to a “loophole” which means that operators of waste incinerators don’t have to report certain types of emissions. The accusation was made by the UK ...

16 July 2018

Greens call for moratorium on EFW plants

 

The UK will be burning more waste than it recycles inside the next year, a report by the Green Party has suggested. As a result of the findings, according to the Green Party, the government should immediately bring in a moratorium...