Our Investments

The partnership with FCC is known as Green Recovery Projects and comprises the five EfW facilities listed below.

Allington

Allington

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500,000
Tonnes of waste
processed annually
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60,000
Homes
powered
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2008
Operational
start date
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95,000
Tonnes of CO2e
saved vs landfill

Allington has a 25-year contract with Kent County Council to treat and recover energy from its residual waste.

Eastcroft

Eastcroft

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180,000
Tonnes of waste
processed annually
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350,000
MWh of heat
output annually
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1973
Operational
start date
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34,200
Tonnes of CO2e
saved vs landfill

The plant receives waste from Nottingham City and County councils converting the energy into steam which is then delivered back to the City Council’s Energy Centre where it is used to produce electricity and supply a District Heating Network.

Greatmoor

Greatmoor

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345,000
Tonnes of waste
processed annually
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40,000
Homes
powered
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2016
Operational
start date
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65,550
Tonnes of CO2e
saved vs landfill

Greatmoor diverts waste from landfill under a 30 year partnership with Buckinghamshire County Council and recovers energy that is exported to the National Grid.

Lincoln

Lincoln

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190,000
Tonnes of waste
processed annually
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29,000
Homes
powered
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2014
Operational
start date
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36,100
Tonnes of CO2e
saved vs landfill

The plant receives residual waste from Lincolnshire County Council which is processed to generate electricity that is exported to the National Grid.

Millerhill

Millerhill

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155,000
Tonnes of waste
processed annually
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22,000
Homes
powered
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2019
Operational
start date
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29,450
Tonnes of CO2e
saved vs landfill

Millerhill serves the City of Edinburgh and Midlothian Councils under a 25-year partnership. The plant treats waste, recovering energy and reducing the amount of residual waste going to landfill in line with the Scottish Government’s Zero Waste Plan.

Hanford

Hanford

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185,000
Tonnes of waste
processed annually
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27,000
Homes
powered
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1998
Operational
start date
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35,150
Tonnes of CO2e
saved vs landfill

The Hanford facility receives non recyclable waste from Stoke City Council and Staffordshire County Councils and generates electricity.

SELCHP

SELCHP

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445,000
Tonnes of waste
processed annually
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39,000
MWh of heat
output annually
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48,000
Homes
powered
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84,550
Tonnes of CO2e
saved vs landfill

South East London Combined Heat & Power (SELCHP) is an energy recovery facility located in Lewisham. The facility takes waste that cannot be recycled and turns it into energy which is exported as heat to a District Heating network and electricity which is sold to the National Grid.

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