A worker walks down a Victorian sewer. © Press Association Images
A worker walks down a Victorian sewer. © Press Association Images

Energy from waste could plug UK power gap

6 April 2016

Given the UK’s anticipated electricity woes, encouraging a technology that can turn substances like food waste and manure into a source of energy as well as more eco-friendly fertiliser might seem like a no-brainer.

But experts are warning the adoption of anaerobic digestion (AD) plants in the UK could stagnate if more is not done to promote the technology.

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