(UK) – The British consultancy Tolvik forecasts a treatment capacity shortfall of nearly 5 million tonnes per year by 2025 for non-hazardous residual waste in London and England’s south-east region. The capacity shortage was predicted for a middle-of-the road scenario in which recycling increases modestly from ...
Tolvik: London and England’s South-east risk residual waste capacity shortfall by 2025
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