New energy recovery facility opened in Glasgow

It will help divert 90% of all council waste and use it to generate enough electricity to power more than 26,000 homes a year

Saudi Arabian firm to invest £1bn in UK energy recovery projects

The projects are expected to divert more than a million tons of waste from landfill

UK waste-to-energy industry gets £90m boost

Privilege Finance says the investment is linked to the Renewable Heat Incentive scheme, which offer payments for biomethane injected into the grid

Fortum Glasgow snaps up proposed South Clyde Energy Centre

The site has secured planning permission for an energy recovery plant, which could treat up to 350,000 tonnes of waste a year

Investment worth £480m secured for Cheshire energy recovery facility

Tata Chemicals Europe says the plant is expected to help divert around 600,000 tonnes of waste from landfill

Energy recovery facility in Bedfordshire reaches financial close

It is expected to treat 545,000 tonnes of non-recyclable waste a year

Work begins on new rubbish energy facility in London

It is expected to treat up to 700,000 tonnes of waste a year and become operational in 2025

Plans for energy centre at South Humber Bank Power Station

It would generate fuel from waste and create around 50 new permanent jobs

Exciting energy recovery…from every tonne of waste

Waste, rubbish, trash, refuse – whatever you want to call it, the bulk of materials thrown away by households and industry are rich in energy, and prime targets for a secondary use as a feedstock to produce heat and power. With around 30 million tonnes of municipal solid waste and a similar amount of industrial […]

Plans for 96MW energy recovery facility in London

Plans for a new energy recovery facility in London which can generate up to 96MW of low carbon electricity have been unveiled. Cory Riverside Energy’s waste-to-energy plant in Belvedere, South East London will process around 650,000 tonnes of residual waste a year, expected to save 130,000 tonnes of carbon emissions. It will complement the existing […]