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, […]
Energy from Waste and Incineration is good. It is hard to imagine any objection to using energy which would have been lost if it had been placed in a landfill. But…
A recent development in biomass boiler fuels and the fuels permitted in the UK is that Wood Recyclers are seeking clarification regarding permitted Biomass Boiler Fuels. The Wood Recyclers Association (WRA)) is calling for clarification on exactly what grades of wood are acceptable for small scale RHI biomass boilers (non WID compliant), after discovering inconsistencies […]
Renewable resources are things like water, soil, air, forests and animals.
As drilling rig exploration for shale fields suitable for natural gas extraction using the hydraulic fracturing method multiply, will the nation’s watercourses suffer more incidents like this Fracking Waste Spill in Youngstown? This incident occurred in the US. However, there is a new risk that such incidents will occur again in the US, and now […]
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.
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.
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.
The Draft Implementation Plan has made some key recommendations which will stimulate the rapid development of the Anaerobic Digestion industry in the UK. Read this for more information on the much needed coming UK “stimulation” of the AD industry.