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Recovery

News

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Viridor signs five-council EfW contract in ScotlandSubscription

17 January, 2020 By Will Hatchett

Experts warn that Scottish Government’s landfill ban target will not be met despite increase in diversion to incineration

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FEAD flies flag for incineration and waste exports in EUSubscription

17 January, 2020 By Will Hatchett

European waste management body reacts to EU Parliament’s green deal

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Firm seeks larger capacity for EfW plantSubscription

13 January, 2020 By Mark Smulian

Binn Group makes revised planning application

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CNIM to ‘protect’ five EfW projects after Clugston collapseSubscription

19 December, 2019 By Corin Williams

Employees will be retained at projects partnered with firms including Wheelabrator, FCC, Viridor and Covanta

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Swedish waste sector surprised by incineration taxSubscription

9 December, 2019 By Will Hatchett

£6-per-tonne tax set for 1 April next year and will rise £2 in 2021 and 2022

News

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Teamwork is key for business and racing!Subscription

Demolition and waste contractor R Collard bought Raymond Brown Waste Solutions in October, making it one of the largest privately owned waste companies in the south

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FCC builds on its Spanish expertise to move in the UKSubscription

In the second part of our series focused on electric refuse collection vehicles, we ask FCC ENVIRONMENT more about its research and investment in this area

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Wind of change blows for EfW emissionsSubscription

New recycling and reuse targets will affect the waste stream

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Merchant EfW plants to plug the capacity gapSubscription

Paco Hevia explains how the business has refocused and what his priorities are