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Covanta Rookery South Limited (Covanta) and Veolia Environnement S.A(Veolia) are planning to undertake the construction a Rookery South Resource Recovery Facility project in Bedfordshire, the UK.
The project involves the construction of a 50MW waste-to-energy power plant, which converts 585,000 tons of residual waste per year.
It includes the construction of a boiler house, a recycling outlet, a powerhouse, substation, and the installation of generators, steam turbines, transformers, and the laying of transmission lines.
LDA Design has been appointed as a lead consultant, master planner and EIA coordinator for the project.
In August 2010, Covanta submitted the project plans to Infrastructure Planning Commission (IPC).
In October 2011, IPC announced that Covanta’s application for the project should be granted approval, subject to a Special Parliamentary Process (SPP).
Cory Environmental has been appointed as the environmental consultant for the project.
In November 2011, project plans were submitted to the Parliament.
In October 2012, SPP hearings were initiated and the Parliament approved the project in December 2012.
Covanta and Veolia are awaiting planning approvals and complete financial closure. Construction works are scheduled to be complete by the fourth quarter of 2020.
The project involves the construction of a 50MW waste-to-energy power plant in Bedfordshire, the UK.
The US$320 million project includes the following: