The North London Heat and Power Project is a proposal to replace the existing Energy from Waste facility at the EcoPark in Edmonton with an Energy Recovery Facility. The first step was to obtain a Development Consent Order for the proposal, which will allow us to construct and operate:
The new ERF will produce energy from municipal waste. As the new ERF will be more efficient than the existing EfW, it will surpass the requirement under the Waste Framework Directive (Directive 2008/98/EC) to achieve an efficiency rating in excess of the prescribed level, and will therefore be classified as a recovery operation rather than disposal.
A site plan can be found here. This plan shows the extent of the EcoPark site, which covers the area within which the principal development will take place.
The application also related to associated development which is needed for the construction and operation of the ERF. This may include off site landscaping, and an off-site area for laydown during construction.
The principal development is identified by a red line area, which includes all the proposed development. You can see this detailed information in the Book of Plans (plan number A_0002)
The application for a Development Consent Order covered the following:
Development of an Energy Recovery Facility (ERF) generating electricity using residual waste as a fuel and capable of an electrical output of around 70 MW comprising:
Consideration is also being given to the need for the following elements which may be required as a part of the project:
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