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FTA calls for UK scrappage scheme

The FTA has said that UK air quality should be assisted with a national scrappage scheme. This comes ahead of the government’s air quality plan announcement.


DHL and Gatwick open £3.8m waste plant

DHL Supply Chain and Gatwick Airport have opened a £3.8 million waste management plant. The new site disposes of category 1 waste, as well as turning organic waste into energy to heat Gatwick’s the facility and power its recovery system.

Geodis study into electric roads

Geodis has joined a consortium of French companies to commission a study on electric highways from the low-carbon consultancy firm Carbone 4.

Consumers want tech to tackle food waste

22 per cent of consumers said they would like technology related to food and grocery to help with reducing food waste, according to new IGD research.


Rooftop solar panels for Amazon DCs

Amazon is to install solar panels on the rooftops of its fulfilment centres across the world. The retail giant is to install large-scale solar systems on 15 of its US facilities in California, New Jersey, Maryland, Nevada and Delaware by the end of this year.


Biomass supply chain emissions need more research

The supply chain emissions involved in the use of biomass for power generation needs further research, according to a report by the Royal Institute of International Affairs, which challenges the green credentials of the fuel.