Energy Saturday 16 February 2019
31 January 2019

‘Mechanical challenges’ delay Ørsted bioliquid plant

A “first of its kind” plant designed to treat residual waste using enzymes is expected to be fully operational ‘in the first half of 2019’, after a series of delays relating to equipment used in the facility.  The company...

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24 October 2018

Powerday switches to 24 hour opening in Enfield

 

London based construction and commercial waste management firm Powerday has announced that its Enfield Materials Recycling Facility is now open “around the clock”. The company said that this means that clients using the north ...

23 October 2018

Advanced technology proposed for Rivenhall stack

 

Developer Gent Fairhead has applied to construct its proposed Rivenhall energy from waste facility in Essex, using advanced emission technologies and a lower chimney height. The company has made an application to vary its ...

23 October 2018

Gasification savings blow for Milton Keynes

 

Resilience testing of the gasification facility at Milton Keynes Waste Recovery Park could mean that the council loses income next year. The “undelivered” income – or saving – is a part consequence of the testing by ...

22 October 2018

Viridor bids to increase Runcorn EfW capacity

 

Viridor is seeking to increase the amount of waste handled by its Runcorn energy from waste facility by 250,000 tonnes per annum. And the company is also expecting less plastic to be burnt and has revealed that air quality limits ...

15 October 2018

NLWA seeks public funding for Edmonton ERF

 

The North London Waste Authority (NLWA) has announced that the construction of its new energy recovery facility (ERF) in Edmonton will be funded through direct public borrowing. This means that the authority will be borrowing ...

15 October 2018

Defra in European talks over Brexit and RDF

 

Defra has revealed that it has contacted other EU countries to discuss arrangements for waste import and export licences in the event of a no-deal in Brexit negotiations. The announcement comes within a document published by the ...

5 October 2018

Hoddesdon EfW permit plan receives public backlash

 

Veolia’s plans for an Energy from Waste (EfW) facility in Hoddesdon have come under further pressure as the vast majority of the 97 responses to its likely environmental permit are negative. The comments came in newly-...

5 September 2018

Veolia to trial waste-powered electric RCVs

 

Veolia has announced it is to trial ‘the world’s first’ electric refuse collection vehicles (RCV) charged directly by power derived from non-recyclable household waste. The project in Sheffield will see two 26 tonne RCVs ...

30 August 2018

Severn Trent swoops for Agrivert in £120m deal

 

Organics recycling firm Agrivert is to be bought by the utilities company Severn Trent in a deal totalling £120 million, the two companies have announced today (30 August). The deal covers five food waste anaerobic digestion...