Where is the end of Waste?
(EoW) is important now that the Resource Recovery from Waste projects start to work towards commercialisation of new technologies and applications that can recover resources from, for example, industrial landfills, bioenergy residues and wastewater. Research and subsequent commercialisation efforts are riddled with regulatory challenges of which the EoW process is an important part. At the Aqua Enviro Biosolids and Organic Resources Conference last year,  clarification was sought how to best achieve EoW in practice, especially with the Environment Agency’s Definition of Waste panel being closed for new applications for a considerable time. What lessons can we learn from the regulator and companies active in this space?
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