Information for Full Circle Generation EfW, 7 Airport Road, Belfast Harbour EstateStatus: Existing
Planning Region: Northern Ireland
Planning Sub-Region: Belfast
Operator: Full Circle Generation Ltd ("consortium of equity investors including RiverRidge Energy Limited, UK Green Investment Bank plc (GIB), Equitix and P3P Partners") / Bouygues
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Notes: Gasification-type incinerator to burn RDF from Commercial and Industrial waste. Granted planning permission in January 2014 [Source] [Application ref: Z/2012/1387/F]. It was reported in November 2015 that the plant "will be fully operational by late 2017" [Source] Permit reference P0446/14A [See entries on NIEA website, See documents from an information request]. Accoding to Tolvik, the plant entered commissioning in Q3 2015 as of December 2019 the plant had still not come out of commissioning [Source]. Not to be confused with the nearby Shorts Bombardier facility at 3 Airport Road (permit P0135). (Entry updated 2020-05-29)
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Entry on WikiWaste:https://wikiwaste.org.uk/index.php?title=Belfast_Harbour_Estate
Permit Decision files:93-PermitDecision-2015.pdf
Planning Consent files:93-PlanningConsent-2014.pdf
Pollution Inventory Report Extract files:93-PollutionInventoryReportExtract-2020.pdf
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