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Waste Planning Bulletin 19 April 2021
 

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

Please contact Ruth Amundson on ruth.amundson@haymarket.com with any comments or suggestions.

 
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Bournemouth uses drone data to tackle litter 6 April 2021, by Maxine Perella Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole (BCP) Council has teamed up with McDonald’s and environmental charity Hubbub to combat litter using drone-based technology. Bournemouth uses drone data to tackle litter
 
 
 
Wales EfW moratorium deals blow to large-scale proposals 29 March 2021, by Maxine Perella The Welsh government has brought forward a moratorium on new large scale energy-from-waste plants with immediate effect.
 
 
 
Suez seeks permit to redevelop Cornwall MRF
 
 
 
Man jailed for filling quarry with 100,000 tonnes of dangerous waste
 
 
 
Waste contractor fined £1m after RCV crushes worker
 
 
 
Cory upgrades river fleet with waste barge spend
 
 
 
Bucks farmers sentenced for burning waste
 
 
 
Casepak wins Tewkesbury recycling deal
 
 
 
Casework – Applications
 
Agricultural improvement refused contrary to recommendation
 
 
 
Extension to Salford recycling facility approved
 
 
 
Inert waste recycling refused in AONB
 
 
 
Plastics recycling permitted in former industrial building
 
 
 
WWTW improvements allowed
 
 
 
Plasterboard recycling allowed in north-east England
 
 
 
Green belt recycling proposal refused
 
 
 
 
Energy recovery plant rejected due to visual impact
 
 
 
Knowledge Bank
 
Why business is hotting up for EfW 4 February 2021, by Becca Challis Few will remember 2020 as their favourite year, but one positive outcome could be the growth of the energy-from-waste sector, with a flurry of deals meaning heat networks may soon be widespread across the UK, Becca Challis reports Why business is hotting up for EfW
 
 
 
Waste Planning issue 146, April 2021 12 April 2021 The latest edition of Waste Planning is out now, with this month's cover story on the lessons for developers of the recent Kemsley EfW decision. Click through to read the full version online Waste Planning issue 146, April 2021
 
 
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