ESA publishes report on sustainable transition into the ETS
The 14th of September the Environmental Services Association (ESA) published a report on how the EfW sector can undergo a sustainable transition into the Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS)
The report outlines a "pragmatic, feasible and equitable approach" that ESA proposes for the application of Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) of EfW facilities. The report title is "A sustainable transition into the Emissions Trading Scheme”.
The report includes five main areas which are considered as a requirement to ease a transition. The five areas included are: 1) A deliverable timetable, 2) Avoiding unintended consequences such as more waste going to landfill, offshore or waste crime 3) Clear and practical implementation supported by clear regulations for all participants of the supply chain 4) Sustainable economic impacts to protect the waste hierarchy and avoid undue complexity and 5) Incentivising investment.
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