Final storage quality is used to imply an “environmentally sound flux/load for short, medium and long term periods” but what will govern the final decision, and what can we do to limit greenhouse gas emissions actively and passively.
SITA UK has, on September 2 revealed that it plans to lodge an appeal later this month against Cornwall county council’s March 2009 decision to refuse its planning application to build a Â£100 million, 240,000 tonne-a-year capacity energy-from-waste facility near St Dennis. The company said that it had received written consent from the council to […]
Waste management firm Viridor has expressed its disappointment at East Lothian council’s decision to reject planning permission for its Dunbar combined heat and power plant despite “strong recommendation” for approval from the council’s planning officers.
Call for Abstracts for the Twelfth International Waste Management and Landfill Symposium, 5 – 9 October 2009, S. Margherita di Pula (Cagliari), Sardinia, Italy The organisers of the top Waste and resource management conference are once again seeking papers from experts in their fields. To write a good quality paper and present it at the […]
ACR+ international conference on waste and climate change, is hosted by London RemadeÂ Â Venue:Â Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), 66 Portland Place, London W1B 1AD Â Description:Â Explore the role that waste management has to play in climate change in this topical international conference. High profile expert speakers from Europe and beyond will […]
The US is getting greener? – The Waster. A landfill gas-to-energy project in Baltimore County is receiving the first tax credit available through the Maryland Clean Energy Production Tax Credit Program. The project developed by Pepco Energy Services, at Baltimore CountyÂ´s Eastern landfill, was awarded a $770,661 tax credit under the program that began last […]
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A newly established organics company has announced this week that it will be opening a composting facility in Northamptonshire next April which will combine anaerobic digestion and in-vessel composting. The Bio Group, which formed this May as a joint venture between in-vessel specialists Cambridge Recycling Services (CRS), composting machinery providers Global Recycling Solutions as well […]
We are told (New Civil Engineer 24 may 2007) that Peterborough City Council has plans to announce a new approach to financing which it has devised with the Collaborative Working Centre. This will include financing models for a new Â£56 million energy from waste (EfW) incinerator. It appears that two facilities are to be built […]