UK government should not set restrictive standard for exported RDF, says report

The RDF Export Industry Group has launched a report examining the legal, environmental and economic rationales for RDF export, in which it says "the evidence strongly suggests that the existing legal framework does not provide for any sensible means of government intervention to set a restrictive standard for exported refuse-derived fuel (RDF)".

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