First released: 19/07/2006
Family owned British company Grundon Waste Management Limited is proposing to develop an Energy from Waste (EfW) plant capable of processing in the order of 90,000 tonnes of waste per annum on the site of the Shore Road Transfer Station, currently owned and operated by Holden Environmental Limited. Permission for the facility, situated in an existing industrial area, was granted by Perth & Kinross Council in March 2006.
The EfW plant will offer a sustainable waste management solution for the residues left over after recycling household and commercial waste, by using them to generate non-fossil fuel energy – rather than simply landfilling them. More…
The Waster wonders what energy from waste technology will be used – presumably mass burn as no mention is made of the technology in the press release.