Luxury UK fashion label Burberry has denied it breached environmental regulations after media reports this week revealed it had incinerated some £90m worth of stock in the last five years.
EFW plants in England could be emitting up to ten times more particulate matter than currently thought, according to a report by UK advocacy group
England will burn more than it recycles by the end of the next financial year as more local authorities opt for energy from waste, according to a new report by the Green Party
The Environment Agency has seen reports that local authorities are stockpiling waste and being re-charged by contractors to cover their costs of paying to dispose of waste
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With the right policy interventions, energy from waste (EfW) could divert up to 60 million tonnes of waste from landfill over the next ten years and boost GDP by £3bn each year, according to the Environmental Services Association (ESA).
The government has rejected a call from MPs for Heathrow Airport to be required to remove and replace an incinerator lying in the path of its proposed third runway as a condition of approval of its expansion plans
A coalition of refuse derived fuel (RDF) companies has called on the government to take action to enable RDF export to Europe to continue unhindered after Brexit.
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