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The waste we produce daily significantly impacts upon our environment, both locally and globally. Our “take, make, use” approach to consumption has ultimately been leaving its mark on the world around us. Unfortunately, due to the ever-growing consumerism in society, it’s going to take a while...

The Newfield Lagoon is due to be restored as part of the plans onsite. Once fully re-established, the body of water will be 128,000 m², which is the same size as 18 football pitches! This provides the perfect location for wildlife to thrive and a...

The history of Woodhouse Farm: Woodhouse Farm stands in an isolated position to the south of Kelvedon and the Blackwater valley. In the Middle Ages, this area of Boulder Clay plateau was extensively wooded, hence the name of the farm. The site may well have started...

Sustainability is important to Indaver. Over the next year, we are using local company, Tom Blackwell Contractors Ltd, to excavate and move the soil on site to prepare for the building of the access road and the plant. Not only will the soil be used to...

Indaver is committed to preserving and protecting the habitats and wildlife on the IWMF site. The area around Woodhouse Farm is known to be inhabited by Great-Crested newts which require protecting. The management licence for these amphibians has been in place since 2011 and surveys are carried...

On Thursday 17th June, Indaver held their second meeting with the Site Liaison Committee since reaching financial close earlierin 2021 on the Rivenhall Integrated Waste Management Facility (IWMF) and Energy Centre. The meeting took place digitally, attended by Indaver’s core development team, a WREN Renewables...

Construction vehicles have arrived at the Indaver Rivenhall site in Essex. This marks the start of site development works for the Integrated Waste Management Facility (IWMF) & Energy Centre. Over 1.4 million cubic metres of soil is set to be moved to prepare for the...

The old farmhouse is due to form part of the Woodhouse Farm Complex; a group of listed buildings on site that will be preserved and refurbished in to useable and practical spaces. [gallery link="none" size="large" columns="2" ids="1150,1152,1154,1156"] Current plans for the farmhouse, feed barn and Bakehouse are...

A fantastic ‘before’ and ‘after’ shot of the Woodhouse Farm Cottage. The tangle of branches that once engulfed the building have now been cut back to reveal this historic structure, after it had fallen into disrepair over many years. The building has now been secured so that...

Adjacent to the squadron offices, there is a strafing bunker. Military personnel would have used this as cover should the area have come under fire from enemy planes. This historical structure will be preserved and restored as a feature in the facility’s grounds. Contact Us To find out...