Envirotec

News

Domestic energy-from-waste unit wins Government funding

A seemingly ground-breaking energy-from-waste domestic heating system has been awarded support from the Government’s Innovate Energy Game Changer fund, …

BPF Pipes Group supports new standard for water pipes in contaminated land

The BPF Pipes Group has added its support to the new British Standard (BS 8588) for polyethylene pressure pipe with an aluminium barrier layer and associated …

New ‘Green’ waste site applications down 20% in a year as local authority spending cuts hit, says law firm

The number of planning applications to build new environmentally-friendly waste management sites has dropped by 20% in a year, to 189 in 2015/16 from 237 in …

Lords report highlights impact of Brexit on environment and climate change policy

The House of Lords EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee has published (on 13 February) its report Brexit: environment and climate change, which recommends …

Defra u-turn on hazardous waste will harm plasma disposal technology, says firm behind it

In a late U-turn Defra has chosen to turn its back on European environmental legislation and to continue to permit hazardous materials that are potentially …

Solar park in Swindon to power household waste recycling centre

Building work has started at Barnfield Solar Park, Swindon, which will be connected directly by private wire to the Swindon household waste recycling centre to …

Finally, a green light for tidal power?

A watershed moment for tidal power technology may have finally arrived with the publication in early January of an independent review by former energy minister …

China poised for dominance of global renewables market, says report

China will likely expand its dominance of the global renewable- and clean-energy industries as new American energy policies come into play, concludes a report …

Project aims to establish feasibility of solar-powered rail

Imperial College London and climate change charity 10:10 have teamed up to investigate the viability of using track-side solar panels to power trains, it was …

ADBA launches first conference for Scottish AD industry

The Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA) will host its first Scottish National Conference on Wednesday 15 February at the Radisson Blu Hotel …

To access our FREE digital edition

Connect with decision makers

Our Partners: