A load of rubbish: the rise of Energy from Waste projects

Horsley, Jack
November 2014
Lawyer 2B;11/12/2014, p1
The article focuses on the energy-from-waste facilities (EfW) facilities in Great Britain. It is noted that there is now enough EfW capacity to process 5.2 million tonnes of waste while the amount of waste sent to landfill each year has dropped by 70% since 2000. Some of issues highlight surrounding EfW projects are explained.


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