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A heating network that uses household waste to generate energy has been launched in south east London which provides heat and hot water to 2,500 homes in the borough of Southwark. ELN Reporter Priyanka Shrestha tours the facility to find out how it works.
An energy from waste heating network, said to be the first in London, was officially launched on Friday. Called the South East London Combined Heat and Power (SELCHP), the £7 million facility in Deptford – operated by Veolia Environment – will be used to provide heating and hot water to 2,500 homes in Bermondsey, Southwark. […]