Construction of CHP plant for Greater Manchester on track

Keppel Seghers is constructing a combined heat and power plant on behalf of Viridor Waste Management for the Greater Manchester Waste Disposal Authority (GMWDA) and will provide an integrated solution for the 1.3 million tonnes of municipal waste the Authority handles each year.

Work has started on Phase Two which will treat an additional 375,000 tonnes of solid recovered fuel per year derived from household waste.

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