Waste contract guidance provokes row over incineration

Waste disposal authorities (WDAs) should strive to maximise environmental benefits as well as value for money when awarding waste disposal contracts, according to a draft circular from the Department of the Environment (DoE). But the draft has sparked a controversy over its support for incineration with energy recovery and the long-term contracts which such capital investments require.

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