Information for Archers Fields Energy Recovery Facility, Whites Yard, Archers Fields, Pitsea, BasildonStatus: Potential
Planning Region: South East
Planning Sub-Region: Essex
Operator: Clearaway Recycling Ltd
Capacity: 150,000 (RDF)
Campaign Group(s): Basildon Conservatives. Contact email@example.com to be put in touch with those opposing this development.
Notes: In March 2019 Clearaway applied to Essex County Council with a scoping request for a "40MW Energy from Waste plant" which would use RDF and a scoping opinion was provided in April 2019 (ESS/19/19/BAS/SO). It was reported in May 2020 that: "It is believed a planning application will be submitted by end of June, with the aim to have the facility up and running in two years time, if given the go ahead" [Source, Source]. It was reported in October 2020 that a planning application had been submitted but was not yet available for public viewing [Source]. (Entry updated 2020-11-04)
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