Following DECC's review of its tariff regime support for renewable technologies in which it unveiled a package of measures to reduce subsidies to renewable energy in what it says is an effort to keep down household bills, Tamar Energy chief executive Willie Heller has called on the government to ensure its policy reflects the waste hierarchy and puts recycling in anaerobic digestion (AD) above disposal by incineration or to landfill.
Recycling Minister Rory Stewart shows support for Food Waste (Reduction) Bill but hints at voluntary scheme
James Lloyd's insight:
the second mic must be to pick up when he talks from his ... ?
if supermarkets are obligated, could charities monopolise food waste brokerage, taking it in whatever state and selling it to biogas? Not such a risk if applied to supermarkets but if extended to food production...
As government confirms it will scrap the pre-accreditation for the feed-in tariff, ADBA’s Charlotte Morton explains the potential benefits that anaerobic digestion can bring, and calls on government to increase (or reinstate) support for the industry.
Power companies that ignore the growing business and consumer demand for green energy are in danger of putting themselves out of business, a high-ranking energy executive has warned. - edie news centre
Interesting article - my experience is that retailers do not directly produce that much food waste proportionally speaking, as economics have driven exceptionally efficient stock controls. However, it's the indirect actions of them pushing down on their supply chain and in their sales approach to consumers that leads to a lot of the 15m tonnes wasted in these articles. So may be it wasn't the retailers that were directly responsible, but where does "responsibility" start?
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