"Where there's muck there's brass" claims water sector regulator, as it calls for greater innovation in sludge-to-energy to cut carbon, reduce bills and boost sector resilience
Greater advantage must be taken of the fast-growing sludge-to-energy sector in the UK to help cut water bills and boost renewables, according to England and Wales water sector regulator Ofwat. Setting...
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