DADI – Eastern Creek Waste-to-Energy Plant 140 MW – New South Wales - Project Profile
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Dial-A-Dump Industries (DADI), through its subsidiary, The Next Generation (NSW) Pty Ltd (TNG), is planning to undertake the waste to energy plant in Sydney, Australia.
The project involves the construction of a 140MW waste to energy plant on 6ha area with a capacity to treat 1,200,000 tonnes of waste per annum.
The project includes the construction of a residue waste fill reception and storage area, a blended fuel store, 100m high emissions stack, a boiler and combustion plant, a substation and other related infrastructure, and the laying of 330KV double circuit overhead power lines.
KJA Pty Ltd have been appointed as lead consultant, Urbis PTY Ltd as planning consultant, Hitachi Zosen Inova AG as technical consultant, Fichtner as design consultant, Land Partners as surveyor, Krikis Tayler Architects as architect, Site Image as landscape architect, AT&L Associates as civil engineering consultant, ENVIRON Australia Pty Ltd, Pacific Environment and AD Environmental Consulting Group as environmental consultans, Traffix as traffic consultant, GML Heritage and Artefact as archaeological consultant and Brookfield Multiplex as construction manager for the project.
In October 2013, TNG submitted a preliminary environmental impact statement (EIS) to the City Council and then to NSW Department of Planning and Infrastructure (DP&I). However, in November 2013, DP&I redirected the City Council to provide a detailed report on the EIS prepared.
In August 2015, Blacktown City Council (BCC) rejected the project plans due to environmental concerns.
On March 27, 2017, DADI submitted an application to New South Wales (NSW) Planning Assessment Commission. However, the project is facing opposition from from local residents, BCC, Penrith Council, the Western Sydney Local Health District and the Greens and the Environment Protection Authority (EPA).
DADI is awaiting approvals from NSW Department of Planning and Infrastructure. Subject to approvals, the project is expected for completion in 2019.
The project involves the construction of a 140MW waste to energy plant on 6ha area with a capacity to treat 1,200,000 tonnes of waste per annum in Honeycomb Drive, Eastern Creek, Sydney, Australia.
The US$534 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a residue waste fill reception and storage area
2. Construction of a blended fuel store
3. Construction of 100m high emissions stack
4. Construction of a boiler and combustion plant
5. Construction of a sub station
6. Laying of 330KV double circuit overhead power lines
7. Construction of other related infrastructure
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