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Waste Planning Bulletin 17 June 2019

Welcome to the Waste Planning Bulletin, delivering the latest news, features and updates on applications and appeals.

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Viridor uses EfW to power plastics reprocessing in circular 'first' 4 June 2019, by Maxine Perella Viridor's parent company, Pennon Group, has revealed plans to power its new £65 million plastic recycling facility in Avonmouth, Bristol, with electricity from its adjacent energy-from-waste plant. Viridor uses EfW to power plastics reprocessing in circular 'first'
Environment Agency and HMRC sting exposes 27 illegal waste sites 4 June 2019, by Maxine Perella More than two dozen illegal waste sites have been uncovered in a single day, following unannounced visits by the Environment Agency (EA) and HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC).
Consultation launched on Protos plastics to hydrogen project
Separate collections could yield £100m savings for councils
Cory plans heat offtake for EfW plant
FCC Environment targets reuse for Suffolk recycling centres
Veolia in £1m food-grade recycled plastics push
Wheelabrator to take over EfW plans at Skelton Grange
Casework – Applications
Waste recycling approved for quarry restoration
Gas management measures approved at Suffolk landfill site
Permission granted for improvements to WTS in north-west England
Surface water lagoon at recycling site approved despite objections
Casework – Appeals
Rail link for energy-from-waste facility held to be unreasonable
Bund found to harm the setting of residential development
Knowledge Bank
Simple message nets big savings 30 March 2019, by Simon Haldenby Teamwork between the waste and recycling team and residents helped a Yorkshire council become England's top recyclers. To retain the number-one slot, the authority showed that small steps can go a long way, says Simon Haldenby Simple message nets big savings
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