GAP Organics and Keenan Recycling have partnered to turn food waste into usable gas in the North East of England.
Foresight Group LLP has announced the acquisition of two anaerobic digestion plants (‘AD’) as part of the sale of Strutt & Parker (Farms) Limited.
The UK government has formally unveiled its new £400 million Charging Infrastructure Investment Fund (CIIF), boasting a maiden investment.
A review into the biowaste sector is to be launched by the Environment Agency, as it looks to embed recent changes to legislation into its work.
Leading energy and services Group, ENGIE, has been announced as the preferred bidder for two new significant contracts with Milton Keynes Council.
The rollout of the Renault ZE Masters vans is the first stage in DHL Express’ plan to run 400 electric vehicles in its UK-wide fleet by 2025.
In a significant step towards reducing its carbon footprint, Bristol Airport has switched to a 100 per cent renewable electricity supply.
Campaign group Biomass Heat Works! has called on the UK Government to extend the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme beyond 2021.
The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee inquiry examines how agriculture can achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 whilst maintaining food production.
The UK Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA) has celebrated its 10th anniversary of supporting the anaerobic digestion (AD) industry.
Delivery management company Whistl has announced that it is trialling the first electric Renault Trucks Master ZE to be licensed on UK roads.
University of York researchers and Yorkshire Water (YW) will work to optimise next-generation anaerobic digestion facilities.
TNEI and Ionic Consulting are teaming up to provide clients across the renewables sector with a one-stop-shop for all grid connection related services.
The Conservatives have proved that the economy can benefit from going green and are fully committed to end our contribution to global warming entirely.
The use of ‘industrially’ compostable packaging should not be promoted in the UK because the waste management infrastructure is ‘not fit for purpose’