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Work to begin on Woodhouse Farm at Rivenhall Energy from Waste site Indaver will begin ground preparation of the Rivenhall Woodhouse Farm site this week. This will mark the start of the restoration and rejuvenation of the heritage site. As part of the 4-and-a-half-year construction programme...

The High Court recently upheld the Environment Agency’s decision to issue a revised permit for the Rivenhall facility. The hearing allowed the arguments for and against the permit to be considered, objectively, so that any doubts as to its validity have been removed. We now...

Earlier today, Parishes Against Incinerators (PAIN) - the local group opposed to the development of the Rivenhall waste facility - confirmed that they would be launching a legal challenge against the facility proposals, and asserted that they would be seeking a Judicial Review of the...

Since the construction of the Indaver Ireland Ltd Waste to Energy Facility, with subsequent revegetation of the site, the overall biodiversity value of the site has improved, considerably. This is due to an increase in the overall diversity of habitat types and species encountered on...

The Environment Agency announced earlier today that "following detailed technical scrutiny of the proposals over the last 20 months together with careful consideration of all received consultation processes" it has issued the Variation of the Environmental Permit for the proposed operation of the Integrated Waste...

The Review Process, Finished. The conclusions of the Best Available Techniques (BAT) for Waste Incineration (WI) were recently published in the Official Journal of the EU after a thorough, five-year reviewing process. These published techniques will ensure that best practices are always implemented with regards to...