Electricity Grid Connection Secured for arc21 Residual Waste Treatment Project


29 July 2020

Grid connection will facilitate enough power for up to 30,000 homes and contribute over 50,000 MWh per year towards NI renewable energy targets, supporting climate change and decarbonisation policies.


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‘No Time to Waste’ Report from UK Cross Party Think Tank Shows Importance of Energy from Waste Solution for NI


‘No Time to Waste’ Report from UK Cross Party Think Tank Shows Importance of Energy from Waste Solution for NI

17 July 2020

The Becon Consortium has welcomed the publication of the ‘No Time to Waste’ report from the UK cross-party think tank, Policy Connect


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£240m arc21 residual waste project is an essential element of NI’s waste management plans and a significant economic enabler funded by foreign direct investment’- Grant Thornton report


£240m arc21 residual waste project is an essential element of NI’s waste management plans and a significant economic enabler funded by foreign direct investment’- Grant Thornton report

29 June 2020

‘The £240m arc21 residual waste project is an essential element of Northern Ireland’s waste management plans and a significant economic enabler funded by foreign direct investment’- Grant Thornton report


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Indaver (UK and Ireland) Secure Environmental Permit for First Energy from Waste Facility in England


Indaver (UK and Ireland) Secure Environmental Permit for First Energy from Waste Facility in England

05 June 2020

Indaver (UK and Ireland), the company behind plans for a £240m Recycling and Energy from Waste (EfW) Facility in the Hightown Quarry, Mallusk to meet the residual waste needs of six Northern Ireland councils has received a permit from the UK Environment Agency for their first EfW facility in England at Rivenhall, Essex.


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