TLE – Swanscombe Power Plant – Kent - Project Profile
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Teal Energy (TLE) is planning to undertake a waste-to-energy plant in Swanscombe, Kent, the UK.
The project includes the construction of two steel-framed buildings at northern and southern site each to house processing plant, a substation, storage facilities and related infrastructure and the installation of an equipment.
In September 2013, project plans were opposed by Dartford Council.
On September 10, 2014, project secured approval from Kent County Council’s planning committee. On October 31, 2014, department for communities and local government blocked plans to build the project.
In January 2015, project is facing delay and protest from the local residents due to environmental issues.
In February 2016, project plans are facing objections from Dartford borough council.
The project includes the construction of a waste-to-energy plant in Swanscombe, Kent, the UK.
The US$155 million project includes the following: