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Nestlé factory powered by chocolate Subscription Required

20 May 2015 | By

Anaerobic digester system converts four tonnes of solid waste and 200,000 litres of liquid waste daily

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Second round of funding for MRF testing in Scotland Subscription Required

13 May 2015 | By

Zero Waste Scotland makes £100,000 available to help operators comply

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G20 delegates propose food waste platform Subscription Required

11 May 2015 | By

Agriculture ministers say information sharing will minimise the amount of wasted food

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TJ opening MRF

News round-up 8/5 Subscription Required

8 May 2015 | By MRW staff

TJ opens £1.2m MRF site; Body in skip inquest opened; 13% of EoL mattresses recycled; Isle of Man household waste plant opens; TiTech changes name

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Emissions are kept to a minimum on compact excavators Subscription Required

Volvo Construction Equipment has introduced three compact excavators, the EC15D, EC18D and EC20D, which will be on show at Plantworx in June.

Sorting line boosts quality Subscription Required

Stora Enso has invested e9m (£6.6m) in a new recycling sorting line for paper, operating at its Langerbrugge Mill in Ghent, Belgium.

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Odour management is key to proving worth of AD plants Subscription Required

Dr John Casey explains how Biffa’s flagship anaerobic digestion facility is demonstrating ‘best in class’ with an odour management plan – a first for the sector

Pollution incidents on the rise Subscription Required

While anaerobic digestion capacity and food waste collections have increased markedly in recent years, there is still great potential to extract and treat food from our waste streams.

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Sector bursts with ideas on boosting bioresources Subscription Required

While anaerobic digestion capacity and food waste collections have increased markedly in recent years, there is still great potential to extract and treat food from our waste streams.

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