Since entering the European market in 2005, Covanta has been working on delivering Energy-from-Waste (EfW) projects in the UK and Ireland. Covanta is now in a strong position with projects in the UK and Ireland currently progressing through development and planning stages or entering construction phases. Each of these projects has been located with consideration to transport links and areas which have high levels of commercial and household waste.
Covanta’s proposals represent an investment of around £2 billion into the UK and Ireland’s waste and energy infrastructure market and capacity will be delivered during the next five years. Each project will also offer the potential for Combined Heat and Power (CHP) which will allow electricity suppliers to source more of their power from renewable sources.
Further information on these development projects can be found by clicking the links below:
Termovalorizzatore di Trezzo sull’Adda (Trezzo) is an Energy-from-Waste (EfW) facility located in the Province of Milan. It is jointly owned by Covanta Energy and Falck Renewables, with the municipality of Trezzo also holding shares. The Trezzo facility has been providing energy recovery from waste since 2003.