Myth: Energy from waste is not supported by scientists and governmental organisations
The fact: Energy from waste is recognised by DEFRA as a better solution for the environment than landfill. It is recommended in line with the waste hierarchy by experts including the Environment Agency
North London Waste Authority (NLWA) is pleased to announce the completion of its latest construction contract as part of delivering a brand-new sustainable waste hub, the North London Heat and Power Project (NLHPP).
Earlier this year, a major positive step was taken by Energetik, North London Waste Authority (NLWA) and LondonEnergy Ltd to guarantee low-carbon heating and hot water supply for thousands of homes in Enfield.
NLHPP’s main contractor for EcoPark South, Taylor Woodrow, has achieved Ultra Site status from the Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS), with the aim of being a ‘Beacon of Best Practice’ in the construction industry.
North London Waste Authority’s (NLWA) created a further 15 training placements for north London residents during July on its job-generating project, taking the total number of placements delivered so far to 72.
This month, construction of the external structure of a new Resource Recovery Facility (RRF) and public Reuse and Recycling Centre at Edmonton EcoPark started, representing the most significant investment in recycling infrastructure north London has seen for a generation.
The North London Heat and Power Project (NLHPP) is proud to be supporting a local community group who have come together to clear the Dagenham Brook from St James Park to Marshall Road in Waltham Forest.
North London Waste Authority’s (NLWA) job-generating project at Edmonton EcoPark is creating at least 225 on-site training placements for north London residents. 52 placements have already been fulfilled, with many more opportunities available in the coming months and years.
Creating a waste management facility in which local communities take pride, which demonstrates value, and is a model for public sector project delivery.