biodegradable municipal waste

biodegradable municipal waste

in environmental law, waste that is both BIODEGRADABLE WASTE and MUNICIPAL WASTE.
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Recovery or disposal, In a manner ensuring the achievement of appropriate levels of recycling, Preparation for reuse and recovery using other methods and limiting the mass of biodegradable municipal waste transferred to storage, In accordance with the provisions of the act of 13.
Since the Landfill Allowance Scheme began in 2005/2006, Welsh councils have reduced the amount of biodegradable municipal waste sent to landfill by 59%.
Through the European Directive 1999/31/EC on the landfill of waste the member states are obliged to establish national strategies to reduce the landfilling of biodegradable municipal waste while respecting the following targets:
This is after the latest Landfill Allowance Scheme report, which provides detail of the biodegradable municipal waste sent to landfill in Wales between April 1 2012 and March 31 2013.
The EU can impose unspecified fines for failure to meet landfill targets, which require Britain to dramatically reduce the amount of biodegradable municipal waste sent to landfill.
The Landfill Directive (1999/31/EC) obliges member states to reduce the amount of biodegradable municipal waste that they landfill to 35 per cent of 1995 levels by 2016 which will significantly reduce this problem.
Meet and exceed the Landfill Directive diversion targets for biodegradable municipal waste in 2010, 2015 and 2020; ?
As from 16 July, the member states must reduce by half, compared to 1995 levels, the quantity of biodegradable municipal waste disposed of through landfill.
The company, with a base in Runcorn, plans to produce commercial quantities of bioethanol fuel from biodegradable municipal waste which can be used to power vehicles or be mixed with traditional fuels.
INEOS, the world's third largest chemical company, said it aimed to produce commercial quantities of bioethanol fuel from biodegradable municipal waste by 2011.
The European Union (EU) landfill directive is aiming to cut to 50% the amount of biodegradable municipal waste - such as food, garden and paper - being buried in 2009 and then to 35% by 2016 to that produced in 1995.
Cardiff April 2005 to March 2006 Biodegradable municipal waste sent to landfill: 98,369 tonnes Dumped at:Lamby Way Landfill site Rumney, Cardiff; Trecatti Landfill Dowlais Top, Merthyr: 2.