Report: Waste technologies offer greater carbon savings than wind energy

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Industry report ahead of Defra review calls for increased support for waste-to-energy technologies

A new report will today argue that investing £1bn in waste technologies, such as recycling and district heating infrastructure, could create four times more jobs and save higher levels of carbon emissions...

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