There are many exciting developments in the renewable energy trends of 2019! The adoption of renewable energy is proceeding at least as rapidly as was hoped globally. That’s good news for decarbonising the globe, but within that overall picture there’s a great deal more of interest. Read-on to find out more about solar panel advances, […]
Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) is the only technology proposed at present that could enable emissions mitigation with continued use of fossil fuels, so why is it taking so long for it to be developed? Man generated energy-related CO2 emissions are higher than ever and further emissions increase seems inevitable. The rapid application of carbon […]
The ISWA White Paper on Waste and Climate Change puts forth the technologies and mechanisms which can transform the waste sector into a net global reducer of GHG emissions, and making the necessary commitments to assist this change.
Our politicians have committed England and Wales to a target of zero waste in the future. Similar intentions have been in place in Scotland for somewhat longer. The next step will be additional regulations to limit the use of landfill, because the intent is to do much better than current EU wide legislation and targets […]
The UK Biofertiliser Certification Scheme provides guarantee to customers, farmers, food producers and shops that biofertiliser is safe and of high quality.
Insitu recycling of a damaged road surface near Peterborough provided a perfect solution for the local environmentally friendly council.Â This is part of a report published in the Highways magazine June 2008. I won’t publish it all here for copyright reasons. (It may be available at http://www.highways-mag.co.uk/ ) Â Cambridgeshire County Council is believed to […]