The project is bringing real positive environmental, social and economic benefits, with a commitment to the design and construction of the most sustainable facilities possible.

Air Quality
The Energy Recovery Facility (ERF) will use world-class, proven technology to capture and control pollutants, ensuring it is one of the cleanest and safest in the world.
When the facilities are in operation, they will actively reduce the reliance on transporting waste outside of north London, reducing lorry trips and diverting waste from landfill.
Circular economy
Circular Economy
Our key priority is to encourage north London residents to reduce their waste and reuse materials. This is essential to tackle consumption-based carbon emissions in the face of the Climate Emergency.
Habitats are being created at Edmonton EcoPark to safeguard a variety of ecosystems, including green roofs, bird boxes, insect hotels and more.

tonnes of CO2 saved a year by using energy from waste rather than landfill


better than the UKs standards for Nitrogen Oxide emissions in the new facility


of new plant species added to green spaces after construction is finished

Latest Environment News

Green Roof on EcoPark House
22 May 2023
Biodiversity is declining faster than any other time in human history. International Day for Biological Diversity on 22 May 2023 serves as a reminder that action is needed to protect the ecosystems that keep the world turning.
19 Dec 2022
As part of the project to transform Edmonton EcoPark into a brand-new sustainable waste hub, North London Waste Authority (NLWA) has invested in a state-of-the-art system to reduce odours for the benefit of the environment, as well as nearby residents and businesses.
28 Sep 2022
Members of the North London Waste Authority (NLWA) have agreed to invest in initial services to develop carbon capture at the Edmonton EcoPark.
4 Aug 2022
As London celebrated its Climate Action Week for 2022, North London Waste Authority (NLWA) is progressing with building new sustainable waste management facilities at the Edmonton EcoPark.