Register for weekly alerts

Energy

Image for New Earth plans refuse-derived fuel plant in Dorset
Waste treatment and renewable energy specialist New Earth Solutions Group has been granted planning permission for a 10MW energy recovery facility.
Image for Waste heat from Tube to be used for London housing
Homes in London’s Islington will be able to access waste heat from the London Underground.
Image for Mixed political messages risk undermining renewable investment says REA
The Renewable Energy Association (REA) has warned that recent political messaging activity risks a severe impact on the success of renewable energy.
Image for Norfolk County Council approves revised energy from waste contract
A revised contract with Cory Wheelabrator for treating residual waste has been approved by Norfolk County Council’s cabinet following a decision by the entire council to give approval.
Image for Emerald Biogas opens north east’s first commercial food waste anaerobic digestion plant
An anaerobic digestion plant has opened in County Durham that will treat food waste from commercial sources.
Image for REA warns that Prime Minister risks “undermining confidence” with green regulation roll back
Prime Minister David Cameron’s announcement that the Government intends to roll-back green regulation risks “severely undermining investors confidence” in renewable energy, according to the Renewable Energy Association (REA).
Image for Prime Minister announces “roll-back” of green energy regulation to reduce bills
Green energy regulation will be “rolled-back” according to Prime Minister David Cameron to reduce energy bills.
Image for Space-age fuel cell powers London development
The Quadrant 3 redevelopment in London is the first in the UK to install a highly efficient and sustainable fuel cell that draws its power from the same technology used to provide energy to the Space Shuttle.
Image for Sustainable infrastructure among £33 billion projects getting support
A number of sustainable energy projects are among 40 infrastructure schemes that are set to get Government support.
Image for Norfolk County Council disappointed as infrastructure grant is withdrawn
Defra has withdrawn a waste infrastructure grant worth £169 million over 25 years for a Cory Wheelabrator energy from waste facility.
Novelis Every Can Counts

PROJECTS

Circular Economy Roundtable Discussion Part 3

The final part of our discussion, looking at the business opportunities in the circular economy.

Find out more

Circular Economy Roundtable Discussion Part 2

Part 2 of this three-part discussion looks at the practical implications of the circular economy

Find out more

Other Projects

Recoup Conference 2017Recycling UKNovelis Every Can CountsHanicke Robins Sanderson