Javelin Park Energy from Waste Facility

AXIS supported Urbaser Balfour Beatty (UBB) in the planning and design of their solution for the Gloucestershire County Council’s residual waste contract. UBB were awarded the contract by the Council in 2012 and are proposing to build an Energy from Waste plant that would manage 190,000 tonnes of Gloucestershire’s residual waste per year.

AXIS was responsible for the preparation of the planning application and undertook an Environmental Impact Assessment for the development. The EfW facility consists of reception hall, bunker hall, boiler hall, air pollution control system and an education and visitor centre. The design also includes a facility to process the ash which results from the EfW process into a recycled aggregate which can then be used in the construction industry. The proposed solution would result in over 90% of the incoming residual waste being diverted from landfill.

The development is currently going through the planning appeal process with a decision expected in mid-2014.

Client: Urbaser Balfour Beatty
Location: Javelin Park, Haresfield, Gloucester

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