Business leaders urge coalition to take out the trash and turn it into energy

James S Murray
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CBI calls on government to create a policy framework that strengthens the case for waste-to-energy technologies

The government should introduce measures that encourage firms to divert more waste from landfill for use in anaerobic digestion and waste-to-energy plants, according to a major new report from the Confederation...

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