THREE sites in Wales have been selected for a research project looking into the use of organic fertilisers. The three-year project aims to give farmers knowledge on using products such as quality compost and, for the first time, anaerobic digestate …
We need to continue developing the sort of services – such as weekly food waste collections – that will give us the best chance of reaching this ambition….
The Big Feast – Sustainable Food Fayre Saturday October 3rd The Centre for Alternative Technology is joining the Big Feast harvest events with its very own sustainable food fayre. For more information visit their website: www.cat.org.uk
The 33ft (10m) body of a minke whale which was washed up on a beach at Cold Knap, Barry, Vale of Glamorgan is going to be converted into bone meal, which will be used to fuel local power stations.
Councillors will decide tonight whether to agree to plans for a controversial wood-fuelled renewable energy plant at Woodham Road on Barry dock.
The British Wind and Energy Association (BWEA) has sent a warning to Wales over it’s lack of progress on renewable energy targets and the development of wind farms approvals in Wales.