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Doubts about Viability as Irish Waste to Energy Plant Gains Approval

North-east Irish waste-to-energy facility gets approval:   Approval has been given for Indaver Ireland’s proposed waste-to-energy facility at Carranstown, Duleek, County Meath. On the 25th of August 2006 Meath County Council granted planning permission, subject to 32 planning conditions, for the 200,000 tonnes per annum municipal waste incinerator. However, Indaver Ireland has warned that, because […]

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CIWM Welsh Centre Tour of German Waste Facilities

Waste Facility Study Tour including anaerobic digestion facilities: The following tour is being offered to Chartered Institute of Waste Management (CIWM) Members. There may be some spaces available for non-members. More information: There is a planned study tour in Germany (Siegen) from Thursday 12 to Sunday 15 October 2006. Return from Birmingham £250 pounds all […]

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WRAP forecasts ‘considerable’ rise in food waste collections

(24.08.06) Let’s Recycle News Item: Food waste collection is set to become a significant expansion area for local authorities according to a report from the Waste and Resources Action Programme. And, WRAP says that running such schemes will make it easier to introduce fortnightly collections. Highlighting the importance of the collection of organics to local […]

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Energy from Waste, Seminar: Preparing for the Future – 5 & 6 September 2006 London

    Attend both days and receive a discounted rate!!! Further discount available for CIWM members. Day 1 – Tuesday 5th September Bankability and Affordability of Waste to Energy Projects Funding Options Requirements of financiers Secrets behind getting EFW projects off the ground  Day 2 – Wednesday 6th September  CHP in relation to Waste Utilisation […]

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Grundon to develop Perth EfW plant (Scotland)

First released: 19/07/2006 Family owned British company Grundon Waste Management Limited is proposing to develop an Energy from Waste (EfW) plant capable of processing in the order of 90,000 tonnes of waste per annum on the site of the Shore Road Transfer Station, currently owned and operated by Holden Environmental Limited.  Permission for the facility, […]

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