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Headline

EfW shortage 'will lead to south-east landfill crisis'

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We disagree with this scenario. All indications are that waste quantities will reduce over this time frame by at least 15%. The quantity of inorganic plastics around going to waste disposal will reduce as the recognition us accepted that we can reduce this to Hydrogen and Carbon Black and/or Methane and even Light Diesel fuels. Obviously eliminating existing plastics from the waste - melting pot - is a key issue here and we have already set in motion a system to make bio-plastics to take over this need (albeit reduced need) within 3 to 5 years. So with all good speed we question this issue.

Posted date

11 October, 2018

Posted time

6:27 pm

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