Why the heat is on to join up plans

A recent planning decision on an energy-from-waste plant has flagged up the importance of considering recycling and carbon capture and storage and, writes Catherine Early, the overriding need for more effective collaboration

The go-ahead was given to Wheelabrator Kemsley plant in Kent to upgrade its capacity. Photograph: Wheelabrator Technologies
The go-ahead was given to Wheelabrator Kemsley plant in Kent to upgrade its capacity. Photograph: Wheelabrator Technologies

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