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  1. Lincolnshire is hoping to improve its waste and recycling management while also cutting carbon dioxide emissions with a new energy-from-waste (EfW) plant.The county council's...

  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. A biogas-fuelled combined heat and power (CHP) network is being installed in the north-west of Germany that will provide low-carbon power to the city of Lunen.Members of the...

  4. A new technology has been developed that could help to address one of the largest challenges facing the future of solar power generation.According to Yale Environment 360 (Yale...

  5. A household waste recycling centre in Wrexham has been opened to provide residents with access to improved environmental services.Constructed by Waste Recycling Group (WRG) on...

  6. Ploughing land to plant crops for the harvesting of biomass energy will only help to reduce carbon emissions if it is done in a sustainable way, Britain's Environment Agency...

  7. Biogas made from waste could be used for gas heating in half the UK's homes, according to the National Grid.A new report from the company claims that sources of waste such as...

  8. Whisky producers and a renewable energy firm have received planning permission to build a combined heat and power (CHP) facility in Speyside.The 7.2 megawatt CHP will be...

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

  10. Local authorities have asked the government for permission to use military installations to store mounting stacks of recyclable material which there is no market for.The...

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