The environmental services company Suez is reconsidering its plans for a site in Darwen in Lancashire. The company had intended to locate a 500,000 tonne per year energy from waste plant at the site of its Darwin waste transfer facility. "However, due to a recent change in market conditions," Suez was now seeking permission to develop an anaerobic digestion facility with a capacity of up to 100,000 wet tonnes per year there. The company has launched a three-week public consultation period which constitutes an early stage of the planning process....
Suez pursues major AD plant as alternative to EfW facility
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