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What to do with waste is always an emotive problem. While recycling schemes are often welcomed in principle by the public, in practice the search for suitable sites for anaerobic digestion plants to handle food waste often evokes a very strong ‘not in my backyard’ response. As Nina Morgan discovers, an open and honest communications policy can be the key to overcoming objections. © 2014 Society of Chemical Industry and John Wiley & Sons, Ltd