Waste management company Veolia is set to deploy its first zero-emission electric street-sweeping vehicles in the London Borough of Lambeth – a first for the company’s operations in London and the UK.
Veolia, which has been trialling alternative fuel solutions for its vehicles since 2012, has purchased five new electric street cleansers instead of diesel alternatives, which the company states will save 78 tonnes of carbon dioxide from being released into the environment every year –... More
A government inquiry into the effectiveness of the RHI, designed to boost the uptake of renewable and low-carbon heating, found that the scheme has not lived up to initial expectations or provided value for money.
As China’s import restrictions see levels of waste plastic rise in the UK, Keith Freegard, Director of Axion Polymers, argues that low-grade materials should be landfilled rather than burnt for energy.
The UK government has targeted zero avoidable waste going to landfill by 2050 and confirmed plans for a Waste and Resources Strategy in its long-awaited Clean Growth Strategy yesterday, detailing its plans for a low-carbon future for the UK.
The first ever World Biogas Association conference will be held in December on the anniversary of the adoption of the Kyoto Protocol as resource experts come together to discuss carbon pricing and the circular economy.
A round up of news from the waste and resources sector including funding for community projects in Northern Ireland, ethical business accreditation to a UK mattress company, a charity Christmas jumper swap, and more.
ArcelorMittal, LanzaTech, and Primetals Technologies have announced that they are to build ‘Europe’s first-ever commercial-scale production facility to create bioethanol from waste gases produced during the steelmaking process’.