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Organic waste – A gold mine in the right hands

Humans generate around 105 billion tonnes of organic waste annually, directly and indirectly. According to the world bank, 33% of the annual waste generated is not managed in an environmentally safe manner. Zooming in on the UK, our estimates show…

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Waste-derived CO2: the regulation

(Please note that this article was amended 4/02/22  to include reference to the correct  regulations in point 1) Defra and the Environment Agency confirmed their support for the use of waste derived bio-CO2 at the launch of BEIS’ Spring 2022…

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The Waste Management Plan – Part One

The English Government has now released its latest Waste Management Plan. Reviewed every six years as required by the Waste (England and Wales) Regulations 2011, the plan provides a summary of the amount of waste produced, and the policies  in…

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What the Budget means for AD

Unfortunately, today's Budget contained very little in terms of support for AD. Here are some points that may be of interest:  Energy Sustainable investment in energy – The government will continue to support low-carbon electricity as it becomes more cost-competitive,…

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AD features in draft London Environment Strategy

This week we were delighted to see AD feature in Mayor of London Sadiq Khan's draft London Environment Strategy. The strategy is designed to tackle the most urgent environmental challenges facing London and safeguard its environment over the longer term. This is…

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