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Feature: Capture that carbon!

Recycling wastes to land can and will be a major driver in the reduction of greenhouse gas production. When working for the Department of Trade and Industry some years ago, I had a discussion with Professor Lynne Frostick, from the University of Hull, about wastes which could go to land for farming, forestry and horticulture.We thought around 100 million tonnes per year. At that figure, the dry matter content would be more than 50%, and the nature of the molecules would ...