What new EU rules could mean for the UK’s energy-from-waste sector

A new waste incineration best available techniques reference document (BREF) is likely to have major cost implications for the UK’s energy-from-waste sector. Conor McGlone reports

by Conor McGlone
Viridor's Lakeside Energy from Waste facility at Colnbrook near Slough, which processes around 440,000 tonnes of residual waste per year. Photograph: Viridor
Viridor's Lakeside Energy from Waste facility at Colnbrook near Slough, which processes around 440,000 tonnes of residual waste per year. Photograph: Viridor

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