UK: Consented plans to use gasification technology were ditched two-years ago, but the plant has since been stuck in planning attempting to complete the switch ever since
Facility was consented to process up to 300,000t/yr, but looked to have been scrapped following the developer’s decision to exit the UK’s EfW and biomass-fired markets
UK: Company had six months to start the appeal process after its Hampshire-based EfW was turned down earlier this year, but has not submitted any paperwork
Company becomes the UK’s third largest waste business after the deal with Veolia, that also ends Macquarie’s interest in a takeover
UK: Fully consented facility is on the same site as a biomass-fired plant and could be operational in just four years
At an exciting time of development for the company, our Facilities Department is looking for an enthusiastic, proactive, and highly organised Energy Management Consultant to join our team.
The post holder will be based in the SE Wales Waste Regulation Team and will lead on hazardous waste regulation across SE Wales.
As a Senior Waste Regulation Officer, you will be expected to have a strong focus on complex regulatory delivery and technical compliance work. You will be expected to show technical leadership including leading on waste sector(s) and providing advice and guidance to both internal and external customers.
This post will drive NRW’s work to develop and deliver an Operations programme to bring Wales most important sites for wildlife, Natura 2000 (N2K) Sites and other Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSIs) into better management.