The Renewable Energy Association (REA)’s Organics Recycling Group has announced that garden waste composting facilities across the UK are now able to process certified compostable hot and cold cups and lids.
The announcement was made following talks with the Animal and Plant Health Agency, Environment Agency and Scottish Environment Protection Agency, and was facilitated by Edinburgh-based Vegware, a specialist in plant-based compostable... More
Waitrose and John Lewis will be running trucks on renewable fuels this autumn as part of an OLEV-funded trial to see how using biomethane compressed natural gas can help to cut the UK’s transport emissions.
Harmful emissions from incinerators are going unreported and pose significant public health problems, according to new research from the UK Without Incineration Network, an anti-incineration campaign group.
The UK Government should set a municipal recycling target of 65 per cent and establish separate food waste collection for households and businesses by 2025 to provide a low-carbon future for the UK, according to the National Infrastructure Assessment.
Investment in energy-from-waste could boost UK GDP by £3 billion a year while diverting 60 million tonnes of waste from landfill, paving the way towards a circular economy, according to a new report by the Environmental Services Association.
Resource management firm Cory Riverside Energy, which owns the UK’s largest energy-from-waste plant on the banks of the River Thames, has been sold after a three-month auction process to a consortium of infrastructure investors.
Barnet Council is considering scrapping its weekly food waste collections in favour of sending it to incineration along with residual waste, despite the local Conservative Party’s election manifesto containing a promise to maintain the service.
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.
The UK currently lacks the infrastructure capacity needed to treat all of its residual waste domestically, but how much will we need in the future? As the debate heats up, Resource attempts to weigh up both sides.