Minister approves major EfW facility, dismissing air quality concerns

Plans to build and operate a 96-megawatt energy-from-waste facility in east London have been given the go-ahead by the secretary of state, who dismissed local MPs' arguments that the scheme would harm air quality.

by Jamie Carpenter
The expansion would increase Riverside’s waste treatment capacity by 650,000 tonnes a year
The expansion would increase Riverside’s waste treatment capacity by 650,000 tonnes a year

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