By: greenbank On: December 01, 2013 In: Comments: 0

A GB£250 million waste-to-energy plant was built in Teesside with support from the UK GIB. The project includes building all the necessary energy from waste infrastructure, including two rail interchanges. The project is part of a 30-year Public Private Partnership contract between the Merseyside Waste Disposal Authority and a consortium of SITA UK, Sembcorp Utilities UK and the ITOCHU Corporation. The facility will convert more than 420,000 tonnes of residual waste into energy each year, which would have otherwise gone to landfill.

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