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Waste-to-energy plant opens in Exeter

Waste-to-energy plant opens in Exeter

Exeter has it’s own energy recovery facility that has the capacity to process 60,000 tonnes of non-recyclable waste every year. 3.7MW of electricity will be produced by the plant, 3.2MW of which will be exported to the grid, enough to power ...

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Waste-to-energy plant in London receives £7.5m fund

Waste-to-energy plant in London receives £7.5m fund

  The UK Green Investment Bank (GIB) is funding £7.5 million to a waste-to-energy plant in North London. The 1.2MW anaerobic digestion (AD) plant will use food waste from the capital’s hotels, restaurants and retailers and generate around 7,400MWh of ...

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£85m energy from waste power plant given the go ahead

£85m energy from waste power plant given the go ahead

The green light has been given by the government for an £85 million waste-to-energy power plant in east Belfast. Bombardier Aerospace, the Canadian aircraft manufacturer will use the new facility to convert 120,000 tonnes of non-recyclable industrial and commercial waste ...

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