Cory Riverside Energy has received permission to raise the throughput of its already sizable Riverside 1 waste to energy plant in South London. The British plant operator, which also plans a second energy from waste (EfW) plant on an adjacent property, will now be able to process up to 850,000 tonnes of waste per year at its current plant up from the 785,000 tonnes per year in its original permit. If the second EfW facility receives development consent, Cory's combined waste treatment capacity at its Riverside plants would reach 1.5 million tonnes per year....
Cory can accept more waste at London Riverside EfW plant
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