Did you know in the next five years 500,000 tonnes of hazardous Fly Ash could be dumped into UK landfills - help us stop this.
The increase of energy-from-waste plants is making a significant contribution to the UK’s efforts to end its reliance on harmful fossil fuels. But while these plants provide a solution to household waste, they also produce a hazardous waste in the form of Fly Ash. Despite existing clean solutions that process and reuse Fly Ash effectively, most is sent to landfill. Since 2010 the government have temporarily approved three times more hazardous waste going into those UK sites than ever before.
At Tetronics International we think the government needs to bring in regulations to stop this from happening. This dangerous hazardous waste is currently filling up our landfills and is not a sustainable way forward. The government has been dragging its heels on new regulations since 2014 and still we have no date for change.
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