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  1. Britain is to move towards becoming a zero-waste nation in the coming years, environment secretary Hilary Benn has announced.The minister made the pledge while attending a...

  2. Plans for the UK's largest renewable energy facility to use anaerobic digestion (AD) for power generation have been approved by North Yorkshire County Council.Selby Renewable...

  3. One of the UK's most iconic hotels is to begin recycling its leftover food in a bid to reduce its energy demands.The Savoy Hotel in London plans to send its food remains to a...

  4. A renewable energy firm that has built the UK's first waste gasification plant on the Isle of Wight is to build a "community sized" energy-from-waste facility in...

  5. A "green waste" recycling facility is to expand to generate renewable electricity through the process of anaerobic digestion.Scottish Water's facility at Deerdykes...

  6. A network of energy from waste plants should be established to provide cheaper energy and a solution to the massive amount of waste generated in the UK, according to the...

  7. Bio UK Fuels offers a FREE national waste oil collection service for your company.• We are a registered waste carrier• Duty of care waste notes provided• We will provide you...

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  8. Waste disposal plants which also generate electricity and create fertiliser could be located at every town and city in the UK, according to ministers.Instead of sending waste...

  9. A combined heat and power (CHP) system powered by gas produced from waste could help make homes at a new Peterborough development "zero-carbon".The new mixed-use...

  10. A new proposal designed to restrict the levels of organic waste being sent to landfill has been unveiled by a renewable energy consultation organisation.The Renewable Energy...

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