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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7 June 2018

Suez’ Surrey Eco Park ‘progressing well’


Suez UK has said that the construction of its Eco Park facility in Surrey is “progressing well”, with residual and food waste expected to arrive as part of the commissioning process later this summer. The Eco Park is a ...

6 June 2018

Cory sold to consortium of investors


Cory Riverside Energy, operator of the large energy from waste plant at Belvedere on the south bank of the Thames, has been sold to a consortium of investors, it was announced yesterday (6 June). A consortium comprising Dalmore ...

6 June 2018

ESA calls for ‘policy certainty’ on EfW infrastructure


The Environment Services Association (ESA) has called for a ‘supportive policy approach’ from government to encourage investment in EfW infrastructure, in a report published today (6 June). In the report, ESA has highlighted ...

30 May 2018

Shutdowns in haz waste sector; and Veolia stores more SLF


Veolia has made an application to store considerably larger amounts of hazardous waste at its fuel site near Sheffield. And, the company is preparing for an eight week shutdown of its hazardous waste incinerator at Ellesmere Port.

30 May 2018

N+P to form joint venture with Simec


N+P Group has announced a joint venture with energy business Simec, targeting the production and supply of waste derived Subcoal pellets to formerly coal fired power stations. And, the joint venture – named Simec Subcoal Fuels ...

25 May 2018

Viridor sees ‘strong performance’ in ERFs


Viridor made a profit of £70.8m last year before tax, thanks in part, to growth in earnings from its energy recovery facilities (ERFs). The profit level compares to £60.4m the previous year. And, while profits were up overall, ...

15 May 2018

ADBA welcomes higher tariffs


The trade association for the anaerobic digestion sector in the UK has described the restoring of the higher tariff levels for the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) as a ‘vital boost’ to UK’s ability to produce renewable energy through AD...

Antrim 14 May 2018

Arc21 incinerator approval ‘unlawful’


Approving a new £240m waste incinerator on the outskirts of north Belfast without a minister being in post was unlawful, a High Court judge ruled today. Mrs Justice Keegan backed claims that a senior civil servant did not have ...

2 May 2018

The integrated waste treatment solution breaking new ground in Yorkshire


OPINION: Ten years ago, as many UK councils grappled with reducing the amount of waste going to landfill, North Yorkshire and York put their faith in an innovative idea from Amey, a relative newcomer to the environmental services market. The ...