CPP – Hamilton Pyrolysis Waste Management Facility – South Lanarkshire - Project Profile
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Clean Power Properties (CPP) is planning to undertake the construction of a waste management facility in South Lanarkshire, the UK.
The project involves the construction of the waste to synthesis gas facility on 261,360m2 of land with a capacity to process around 195,000 tonnes of waste per year.
It includes the construction of the main building, three gas engines, two anaerobic digester tanks and two storage tanks with four flue-gas stacks, waste recycling unit, storage facilities, condenser unit, waste disposal facilities, pumping unit, the installation of machinery and equipment, safety and security systems.
In May 2014, the South Lanarkshire Council rejected the planning application for the project stating the location is too close to housing and historic areas and would impact air quality in conservation areas.
The council concluded that the proposed development would have a minor harmful impact on the historic battlefield site, a listed bridge and would result in emissions which would harm air quality to the detriment of the Hamilton Low Parks SSSI which lay nearby.
In August 2014, the applicant appealed by written submissions.
On August 14, 2015, Scottish Government approved the project.
In September 2015, the local public opposed for the project’s approval by Scottish Government. However, the project stating the location is too close to housing and historic areas and would impact air quality in conservation areas.
On April 21, 2017, and April 22, 2017, Public Consultations on the project was conducted.
CPP is in process of submitting a Planning Application to South Lanarkshire Council.
The project involves the construction of the waste to synthesis gas facility on 261,360m2 of land in South Lanarkshire, the UK.
The US$150 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of waste recycling unit
2. Construction of storage facilities
3. Construction of processing plants
4. Construction of condenser unit
5. Construction of waste disposal facilities
6. Construction of pumping unit
7. Installation of machinery and equipment
8. Installation of safety and security systems
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