Information for CBP East, Plot 5, Cornwall Bio Park, Land At Hallenbeagle, Sawmills Lane, Scorrier, RedruthStatus: Prevented
Planning Region: South West
Planning Sub-Region: Cornwall
Operator: Green EfW Investments Ltd
Capacity: 40,000 - 70,000
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Notes: Planning consent issued on the 6th of November 2012, with application submitted in July 2012 [See planning application (ref. PA12/06846)]. Intended to derive 40,000 tonnes of RDF for on-site gasification from 70,000 tonnes of Cornwall’s commercial waste [Source]. Last known activity was an application for a Non Material Amendment in October 2014 (PA14/09431), and on the 1st of November 2016 a notice was made for compulsory strike-off of GreenEfW Investments Limited and GreenEfW Cornwall Limited [Source]. Redruth EfW was awarded a CfD by BEIS in September 2017 but it is unclear whether it is related to this site [Source]. (Entry updated 2017-09-14)
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