Amey announces plans for EfW facility Cambridgeshire

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Local residents have been invited to have their say on proposals for a new £200m energy from waste (EfW) facility in Cambridgeshire.

Amey is proposing to develop the new facility at its 400 acre Waterbeach Waste Management Park, which already houses waste processes and technologies including recycling, composting, landfill and mechanical biological treatment.

Rob Edmondson, environmental services managing director at Amey, said: "We expect the new facility would handle around 230,000 tonnes of household and commercial waste a year, generating enough electricity to power the equivalent of 45,000 homes.

"It would also create more than 300 jobs during construction and into operations."

Prior to submitting a planning application, Amey will be holding a public information session for local residents on 8-9 September at Waterbeach Waste Management Park.

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