Advanced technologies


How Internet of Things technology can reduce food waste

Embracing technology as part of the drive to reduce food loss and waste is fundamental in keeping the food system within environmental limits and ensuring the global population can be sustainably fed by 2050, according to a recent study.



The role of Energy from Waste is vital to fuel the future

As I have settled into my new role at SUEZ over the past 12 months, I have been fortunate to visit a number of flagship EfW plants in the sector, namely Cory’s Riverside site in London, Viridor’s Ardley site near Oxford, and SUEZ’s new sites in Suffolk, Wilton, Severnside and Cornwall.





RWW 2018 roundup

To say 2018 was a transformative year in the resources sector would be an understatement.








Highlights from CIWM's Resourcing the Future conference

Located just a stone’s throw away from Parliament, CIWM’s Resourcing the Future Conference was the perfect spot for industry leaders and major stakeholders to come together to chat and debate the major market trends and policy announcements shaping the UK’s resource industry.









Low carbon, high hopes

Making fuel and low-carbon chemicals – including aviation fuel – from waste gas could be a sustainable alternative to landfill or traditional incineration, thanks to one company’s new technology. Maxine Perella reports


Fuelling a revolution

Last month’s launch of a commercial demonstration plant for BioSNG could be pivotal to the country’s future green gas production. Geraldine Faulkner goes to Swindon to see the unveiling of a world-first


Doctor in the house

The Renewable Energy Association’s CEO discusses the positive environmental potential of energy storage, the fallout of the Brexit vote, why separating food waste is an issue that deserves real action, and the controversial Hinkley Point C decision. Geraldine Faulkner reports