David Newman, managing director of BBIA and president of the World Biogas Association, looks at what may – and may not – make the cut when it comes to the Circular Economy Package and urges a decision to be made sooner, rather then later!
Jonathan Straight, founder and former chief executive of Straight plc, now a writer and presenter at planetstraight.tv and an ambassador for RWM in Partnership With CIWM, says that the food we waste at home is just the tip of the food waste iceberg
Wardell Armstrong’s Luke Prazsky argues that whilst small-scale localised energy recovery facilities for residual waste may be viable and available, with the increasing adoption of the circular economy they may not be the most effective solution in the long run.
Paul Killoughery, Managing Director of Bio Collectors, continues his series of articles on food waste, this week turning his attention to the transportation of food waste, especially out of London, and the importance of “keeping it local”
Paul Killoughery, managing director of food waste recycling business, Bio Collectors, looks at the issue of segregating food waste at source and how we can help raise awareness of what happens when it leaves the kerbside.
Is Tamar’s withdrawal from developing new anaerobic digestion an isolated issue, or is it of more significance and a reflection of the market? Mike Read, head of waste at Grant Thornton UK LLP, looks further at this latest industry development
Eunomia has been tracking capacity in both residual waste treatment facilities and at anaerobic digestion facilities in recent years. Dominic Hogg, chairman of the waste consultancy and an RWM ambassador, discusses AD, food waste, bans and the future…