The German energy company MVV Energie AG was granted the planning commission for a waste-to-energy (wte) plant by the British port city Plymouth's city council on Thursday, the company reported. MVV Umwelt, the British subsidiary of the Mannheim-based German company will invest around €250m in the construction of the new facility capable of converting annually 245,000 tonnes of household and commercial waste into energy. The construction of the wte plant is scheduled to begin in spring 2012 and the MVV management expects annual profit of €20m from the facility, once it is commissioned in 2014, according to the parent company.
MVV receives planning permission for wte plant in UK
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