ACCIONA begins local engagement for suppliers on NLHPP

25 Mar 2022

ACCIONA, the lead contractor for the Energy Recovery Facility (ERF) Project working on behalf of the North London Waste Authority (NLWA) on the North London Heat and Power Project (NLHPP), is hosting a Meet the Buyer event in May to encourage local suppliers to submit interest in working on the project.

Suppliers from the following services are encouraged to attend the first Meet the Buyer event:

  • Audio/video
  • Catering
  • Civil, material and works
  • Clothing and PPE supplies / Safety equipment and services
  • Computer services
  • Construction & general services needed
  • Construction material supply / Local builder’s merchants
  • Earth movement plant hire
  • Fencing and signage
  • Groundworks
  • Hired plant (assume this is small equipment)
  • Information technology
  • Labour supply / Manpower
  • Landscaping
  • Machinery rental, cranes
  • Maintenance support (electrical, mechanical, civil)
  • Medical care
  • Office cleaning services
  • Road cleaners
  • Site security
  • Site vehicles
  • Small mechanical/electrical equipment and services
  • Small plant
  • Temporary Facilities
  • Tools and consumables
  • Traffic management / logistics

The NLHPP is a crucial asset for north London and is part of NLWA’s positive action to tackle the Climate Emergency and treat waste which cannot be recycled in the most cost-effective and sustainable way.

ACCIONA is committed to delivering local benefits from its works on the ERF Project and are therefore interested in hearing from suppliers in the local area. Further details on the event and how to register will be released early April on the NLHPP Suppliers Page.

The NLHPP is already creating hundreds of green jobs for local people and is an important part of the ongoing regeneration of Enfield, and part of Enfield Council’s plans to promote high-tech industries in Edmonton. As part of NLWA’s commitment to boosting the local economy, the project is committed to achieving 25% local employment and 10% local expenditure.