A subsidiary of German environmental services company MVV Umwelt and the British South West Devon Waste Partnership (SWDWP) have signed a contract covering construction, operation and maintenance of a waste to energy plant over a period of 25 years on 25 March. Construction of the plant, which is to treat up to 245,000 tonnes of household and commercial waste a year, is subject to the granting of planning approval by Plymouth City Council. MVV plans to submit the planning application in the spring. The company puts the investment volume for the project at about €250m.
MVV Umwelt signs Plymouth plant agreement
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