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How a court case may breathe new life into energy from waste

A search for logical coherence in the Luxembourg case law is probably doomed to failure. With that blunt criticism of the European Court of Justice (ECJ), on June 28 2007 Londons Court of Appeal delivered its landmark ruling on when recycled waste may be burnt as a fuel other than as waste, in the case of OSS Group Limited v Environment Agency (EA) & Others. The decision should breathe new life into the energy-from-waste (EfW) industry. In August 2005, while working on an EfW project, ...