Briefings and Reports
Campaigners for sustainable waste management and against incineration require good quality, factual information to support arguments and to help educate decision-makers. This section of the UKWIN website provides an archive of useful briefings and reports that can be used either as they are or to inform new documents such as planning objections.
UKWIN Annotated Version of the NPPF (April 2012)
Annotated version of the National Planning Policy Framework for those dealing with incinerator planning applications. You should be able to click on some of the highlighted passages for comments – if you cannot, e.g. because you are viewing the document in Google Chrome, then please download the ZIP version. It is intended that this document will be updated from time to time, so feel free to suggest improvements and check back for the latest version.
Eunomia Report on Climate Change Impacts of Residual Waste Treatment for UKWIN (July 2011)
Commissioned for the Shropshire (Battlefield) public inquiry, this report compares the climate change impacts of incinerating or landfilling Shropshire’s residual waste. The report concludes that in some instances incineration can be even worse than landfill in climate change terms. The report does not investigate the climate change impacts of alternatives such as recycling, AD or MBT.
UKWIN Briefing on DEFRA’S Waste Review (June 2011)
12-page briefing by UKWIN on DEFRA’s 2011 waste review and associated documents. UKWIN’s submissions and response to the waste review are available on the consultation submissions page.
UKWIN Anaerobic Digestion (AD) Briefing for Waste Campaigners (May 2010)
A briefing produced by UKWIN on anaerobic digestion (AD) for use by waste campaigners.
UKWIN Pyrolysis and Gasification Briefing (May 2010)
A briefing produced by UKWIN on Pyrolysis and Gasification for use by waste campaigners.
Friends of the Earth Briefing on Sorting Residual Waste (June 2008)
A guide for councils to save money and help the environment by cutting back on residual waste, via increased recycling and reuse