ENDS Report Waste & Resources, 5 November 2013

It's still unclear whether renewable subsidies will be included in the government's green levies review.

The UK's energy-from-waste boom is over and the time is right to invest in recycing instead, argues a leading consultant.

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  • Confusion over scope of green levies review

    The energy minister’s insistence that the government’s green levies review will take a “good hard look” at all options is contradicted by a DECC statement that renewables subsidies are not at risk
  • Energy-from-waste boom is ending

    After ten years of massive investment in energy from waste, the time is right to focus on building recycling infrastructure instead, argues a senior waste consultant
  • Plastics recycling: Facing the five-year challenge

    Plastic packaging faces tough recycling targets over the next five years which will require a change in culture to achieve. Philip Lightowlers examines how industry and government intend to win through
  • Oxfordshire solar farm applications soar

    Hundreds of hectares of Oxfordshire agricultural land is at risk of commercial solar development, according to the CPRE. The charity is concerned about an England-wide rise in planning applications for large-scale solar farms

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