WRAP's priority is to prevent waste arising and to re-use and recycle resources, but an element of unavoidable residual waste will always exist. Creating energy from this residual waste, which would otherwise go to landfill, may be an alternative option.
An introduction to a selection of options to assist in the financing of a facility.
Feasibility and Good Practice
This chapter covers the areas of business case development, site selection, technology options and due diligence.
This guidance focuses on EfW planning proposals determined under the Town and Country Planning regime to help you develop a realistic project programme.
Environmental Permitting Regulations
An explanation of the 2010 regulations and how they relate to a potential EfW facility.
An analysis of the variables and properties of waste derived fuel materials and how they can influence the type of processing technology chosen.
A review of the various products which can be expected as a result of waste derived fuel usage.
An overview of the government's incentive payment systems, including the Renewables Obligation Certificate (ROC), Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) and Renewable Transport Fuels Obligation (RTFO) regime.
Waste Incineration Directive
Guidance on the requirements of the Waste Incineration Directive and the implications for waste wood and small scale EfW projects.