Leading edge waste to energy
SUEZ designed, built and financed the waste to energy plant in Suffolk and continues to operate it. The unit has been operational since 2015.
Instead of being stocked, waste is incinerated and the energy produced by combustion is used to generate electricity and heat, which are consumed locally. In this way energy production from waste contributes to the circular economy.
An economical alternative for the county authorities
Harmonious integration into the environment
It was essential to ensure the plant was harmoniously integrated into the environment. SUEZ worked with international architects Grimshaw. They produced leading edge architecture with a unique layout and seamless integration into the surrounding environment.
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