Waste planning applications, appeals, court cases and ombudsman reports


Preparing for a brave new world

Brexit and the predicted effects of global population growth may help put resource and waste planning at the heart of the UK's future economy strategy....

Flexible thinking ahead required

Too many waste-management decisions are dangerously short-termist and based on outdated assumptions, argues Jonathon Porritt, outlining his eight principles...

Energy from waste

Open house shines light on AD

A pioneer of food-based anaerobic digestion in the UK threw open the doors of its £9m food-waste facility recently to give locals a rare glimpse into the...

Weighing up investment in waste

The vote to leave the EU may have thrown the UK economy into uncertainty but those involved in waste, biomass and other renewable-type projects will still...


Bioplant AD kit launched

A maker of on-site renewable energy systems has launched a new integrated biogas system for agricultural, utility and industrial users across the UK.

Global biogass group launched

A World Biogas Association (WBA) has been launched to demonstrate how crucial biogas and anaerobic digestion (AD) are to sustainability.


Landfill disposals tax introduced

Politicians want to introduce a landfill disposals tax in April 2018.

Soil storage allowed in national park in connection with road scheme

A proposal for the storage of soil in connection with the A465 Heads of the Valleys Road dualling scheme has been permitted by the Brecon Beacons National...