Veolia/Leag RDF power plant receives environmental permit

The planned refuse-derived fuel (RDF) power plant in Jänschwalde near the city of Cottbus in eastern Germany was granted an environmental permit in late April. The favourable outcome of the permitting process was announced by the companies behind the project, the waste management group Veolia and the power plant operator Leag. The thermal treatment facility that the two are planning is slated to have a capacity of 480,000 tonnes of processed waste a year starting in 2026.

The project is to help replace waste co-incineration capacity, especially at the Jänschwalde lignite-fired power station, which is slated to be taken offline in 2028....

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