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Study warns of incineration capacity threat


All of the countries mentioned above also do not need to import lots of fossil fuels for their power and heating requirements, as they maximise the use of locally sourced renewable fuels such as garden waste, kitchen waste and residual waste which cannot be recycled. And biomass. As we should be doing, to the maximum, so that can start to reduce our current almost-total reliance on the importing of fossil gas from Russia, and fossil oil from the Middle East. Converting residual waste to energy instead of burying it in landfill sites is a positive environmental step, not a negative one. Good for our energy security, our energy decarbonisation, and our energy bills.

Posted date

22 January, 2013

Posted time

3:46 pm