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Orkney Islands Council

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… occupants, to include inward investors, existing Orkney companies expanding into new activities or markets, and new ventures formed to take up opportunities that emerge through R and D undertaken at the Campus. • Waste Facilities. Approximately 18,000 tonnes of waste are dealt with by the Council in Orkney every year. The Council is committed to achieving the Scottish Government recycling targets…

… sense. Resource efficiency is an important consideration to be addressed by a number of major actions across Orkney. These will include the expansion of mixed recycling services, developing Energy from Waste (EfW) facilities connected to Orkney’s energy system (for example, heating systems options), the more effective use of community assets and the support of innovation to achieve the aims…

… future hydrogen technologies still to be developed. • Compressed BioGas (CBG) is a by-product of Anaerobic Digestion waste treatment. There are opportunities to explore potential uses of CBG as a lower carbon transport fuel and / or as part of a systems approach to energy management. (Other energy vectors such as Urea and Ammonia have potential significance to an agricultural region due…

… of 70% by 2025. Adopting technologies that drive the circular economy and unlock commercial potential to transfer waste to fuel will contribute to these targets. Investment in innovative approaches to waste handling and management has the potential to become integrated with the systems approach to energy. • Smart infrastructure. Local and distributed energy generation models require new…


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