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Planning granted for food waste facility

We are pleased to announce that the planning application for a food waste anaerobic digestion treatment at Thames Water’s Banbury sewage treatment works has been approved by Oxfordshire County Council.

EcoGenR8, a developer of organic waste and renewable energy projects,  is continuing to work with Thames Water, who are taking forward the development, to develop the Environmental Permit application and technical aspects of the project.

The facility will use the proven anaerobic digestion technology to treat food waste and will produce enough renewable electricity to power up to 3,900 homes in the area.  Further details are available in the projects section of the EcoGenR8 website.

 

Banbury STW food waste treatment


Client: EcoGenR8 Ltd
Location: London, UK
Service division: Engineering
Sector: Waste, Water, Power, Energy


EcoGenR8, together with planning advisors, GP Planning Limited, are working with Thames Water on proposals to build a renewable energy plant at Banbury sewage treatment works.

We propose to build an environmentally friendly treatment plant at the site. The plant would treat food waste, reducing the amount of food waste sent to landfill, and generate renewable energy.

A planning application was submitted on 2nd September 2013 and is available to be viewed on Oxfordshire County Council’s website.  Alternatively, copies of the application and supporting document are available below:

The planning application is due to be considered by the Planning & Regulation Committee on 2nd December 2013.

AFECO, as a trading name of EcoGenR8 Limited, have provided technical support in developing the application.

Planning submitted for food waste facility

We are pleased to announce that the planning application for a food waste anaerobic digestion treatment facility at Thames Water’s Banbury sewage treatment works has been submitted.

EcoGenR8 has been working with Thames Water, who are taking forward the development which will convert food waste into renewable electricity to power up to 3,900 homes using anaerobic digestion.

The planning application is due to be considered by the Planning & Regulation Committee on 2nd December 2013.  Copies of the application and supporting documents are available in the projects section of the EcoGenR8 website (www.ecogenr8.com), or via Oxfordshire County Council’s website.

AFECO is a trade name of EcoGenR8 Limited.