The North London Heat and Power Project is North London Waste Authority’s proposal to build an Energy Recovery Facility with associated buildings and works. It will replace the existing plant at the Edmonton EcoPark by around 2025 so we can continue to turn waste into electricity, heat and power. The existing plant is expected to reach the end of its operational life around 2025.

8 Mar 2023
Three new training placements will be delivered on the North London Heat and Power Project (NLHPP) in March as part of Enfield Council’s nine-week Construction Skills Bootcamp programme.
8 Mar 2023
The redevelopment of Edmonton EcoPark by North London Waste Authority (NLWA), and its procurement of work at the site, has gained recognition after being awarded ‘Public Sector Procurement Project of the Year’ at the ‘Tomorrow’s Procurement’ awards, hosted by Built Environment Networking.
10 Feb 2023
This week (6 - 12 February) is National Apprenticeship Week 2023. This year is the 16th annual celebration of apprenticeships.
9 Feb 2023
Fifteen community organisations in Enfield, Haringey and Waltham Forest are set to benefit from funding and volunteering hours in the first round of a new North London Heat and Power Project initiative.
9 Feb 2023
In January 2023, we celebrated our four-year construction anniversary on the NLHPP and in our latest construction update video, we are celebrating the changes that we have seen on site over the last four years to deliver vital waste management and recycling facilities for north London, as well as a looking ahead at what we can expect to see over the next few months.
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.
25 Nov 2022

This statement is to confirm with great sadness, that a fatality occurred on Wednesday Afternoon

15 Nov 2022
NLHPP contractor Taylor Woodrow has been announced as the deserving winner of two awards at the 2022 Construction News Workforce Awards. Taylor Woodrow has been working on the NLHPP since 2019 to deliver the brand-new recycling facilities at the site.