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January 24, 2018 , ,

Minister welcomes Viridor’s £1.2bn energy recovery investment

Viridor’s investment of more than £1.2 billion in the development of a network of UK advanced energy recovery facilities has been welcomed by Resources Minister Thérèse Coffey, who said this formed part of a strategy which would help the UK to become a world leader in resource efficiency. Dr Coffey was addressing the All-Party Parliamentary

New Civil Engineer: Waste Not. Want Not.

Feature kindly reproduced with thanks to New Civil Engineer As the government and industry dither over building new nuclear capacity in the UK, quiet revolution is taking place in the country’s energy from waste (EfW) sector. Whereas Britain has yet to see a single nuclear new build project emerge out of the ground this century,

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