CIP develops UK incinerator plant for half a billion pounds sterling

Along with FCC Environment, Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners has received permission to begin developing incinerator facility Lostock Sustainable Energy Plant, set to become the largest of its kind in the UK.

Photo: Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners

Danish developer Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) and UK-based waste management company FCC Environment have received approval to break ground on the fully-financed energy-from-waste facility Lostock Sustainable Energy Plant, worth GBP 480 million, CIP informs in a press statement.

The incinerator will be able to process 600,000 tons of waste per year and will, as the name clearly reveals, be located in Lostock on the outskirts of Manchester. The plant will become the largest of its kind in the UK.

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