Since 2009, Indaver has proudly invested much of its earnings into local community groups, sports clubs and schools in the vicinity of its waste-to-energy plant in County Meath, Ireland. This is a pattern they plan to replicate within Rivenhall, supporting the surrounding area as best they can.
Indaver prides itself on ‘giving back’ to the communities in which their plants operate, contributing to local projects whilst actively working to protect nearby wildlife. Indaver’s Rivenhall development will be designed to complement the surrounding area, encouraging recycling efforts and creating hundreds of invaluable jobs for members of the local community, in addition to offering educational visits to nearby schools. Indaver is consistent and their approach to all developments continues to prioritise those who live in the vicinity of their plants.
As to ensure the Rivenhall community remains satisfied with the development, the Community Trust Fund will have trustees appointed who represent the County Council, Braintree District Council and the local Parish Councils of Kelvedon, Feering, Rivenhall, Silver End, Coggeshall and Bradwell, who will oversee the company’s continued contributions.
Duleek Tify Towns Committee – €5,000.00
Duleek Girls N.S. – €4,000.00
Boyne Currach Heritage Group – €3,000.00