Although proper disposal is still an issue, the country has done well to direct more food waste into their anaerobic digestion plants to convert it into electricity and heat. Currently, there are three of these plants in Wales with more on the way in the hope of increasing accessibility to clean power.
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Protests have been staged against three controversial wind farm applications as they were discussed by councillors in Powys.
The applications for Llanbrynmair, Llaithdu and Llandinam will be decided by the UK government because they are set to generate over 50 megawatts.
The council cabinet decided to formally oppose all three planning applications.
RenewableUK Cymru said the decision was a blow to many businesses that stood to benefit from the developments.