Waste projects

Waste projects guidance:

Energy from Waste (EfW) plants fall into three broad categories: • anaerobic digestion (AD) (a process that uses bacteria to decompose waste) (see Practice Note:...

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What is Energy from Waste (EfW)? Energy from waste (EfW) involves taking waste and turning it into a useable form of energy from a sustainable energy source. This...

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All waste facilities, including energy from waste (EfW) incinerators, are regulated to prevent or minimise any risks to the environment or health. There is an extensive...

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Produced in partnership with Phil Harris, Stephenson Harwood. The original version was produced in partnership with Irwin Mitchell. EU targets to reduce the amount of...

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Produced in partnership with Phil Harris, Stephenson Harwood. The original version was produced in partnership with Irwin Mitchell. EU targets to reduce the amount of...

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Brexit: This document contains guidance on subjects impacted by the UK’s withdrawal from the EU. For further reading, see: Brexit—impact on environmental law....

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Energy from waste is energy that is recovered by various technologies. Recyclable material should be removed first and then energy recovered from the residual waste. The...

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