Economic & Environmental Imperative for Waste Infrastructure


20 March 2018

To coincide with the NI Year of Infrastructure 2018 Waste Month the following article from Jackie Keaney, Commercial Director, Indaver Ireland and UK appeared first in the Belfast Telegraph.


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Supporting NI Year of Infrastructure 2018


Supporting NI Year of Infrastructure 2018

06 February 2018

We are delighted to join with many other partners to support the NI Year of Infrastructure 2018 – #Infra2018, an initiative by the Institution of Civil Engineers NI, designed to showcase the importance of strategic infrastructure to our everyday lives and wellbeing.


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Acheiving self-sufficiency in waste management


09 January 2018

In the last number of decades, the overarching policy framework for waste and resource management in Northern Ireland has largely been driven by developments at European Union level and most notably by the requirements contained within the Waste Framework and Landfill Directives. Indaver discusses the necessary steps to acheive self-sufficiency in waste management here in NI in the latest Agenda NI edition


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Becon Consortium Statement re Planning Approval


14 September 2017

“The Becon Consortium welcomes the decision to grant planning permission for the arc21 Residual Waste Treatment Facility.


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‘Northern Ireland will require 2-3 times more thermal waste treatment capacity following new European waste management proposals’ - DOE


‘Northern Ireland will require 2-3 times more thermal waste treatment capacity following new European waste management proposals’ - DOE

12 April 2016


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CEWEP: Energy from waste can play pivotal role in our power supply


CEWEP: Energy from waste can play pivotal role in our power supply

16 December 2014

Dr Ella Stengler, chief executive of the Confederation of European Waste-to-Energy Plants (CEWEP) has written an article in the Belfast Telegraph about the need for Northern Ireland to catch up with the rest of Europe by maximising the value from waste.


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ICE Report Emphasises Need for NI EfW Projects


ICE Report Emphasises Need for NI EfW Projects

27 June 2014

The latest ‘State of the Nation’ Infrasructure report from the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) published in June 2014 has highlighted the importance of the delivery of Energy from Waste (EfW) projects as part of Northern Ireland’s long-term waste management strategy.


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House Prices Unaffected by Energy from Waste Plants - Cranfield University Report


House Prices Unaffected by Energy from Waste Plants - Cranfield University Report

22 May 2014

A new research study by Cranfield University published in April 2014 has found no significant effect of energy from waste plants on long term local property prices.


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Mills Report calls for ‘Rigorous and Robust Regulatory Activity’ for NI Waste Industry


24 March 2014


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How do you turn rubbish into energy?


24 September 2013

Oslo is one of the greenest cities in the world, with plans to halve its carbon emissions by 2020.

Key to achieving this is the country’s biggest energy recovery facility, the Klemetsrud plant, which generates energy by burning rubbish.

At full capacity, the plant will provide all the heat and electricity for Oslo’s schools and heat for 56,000 homes.

Europe correspondent Matthew Price looks at how the plant turns waste into much-needed energy.


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