Information for Forest Park, Forest Road, NewportStatus: Existing
Planning Region: South East
Planning Sub-Region: Isle of Wight
Operator: Amey and Isle of Wight Council (using Michaelis technology)
Capacity: 44,000 (RDF)
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Notes: In August 2018 it was announced that building works were "substantially completed" with commissioning due to start in September 2018 with the facility expected to be fully operational by Summer 2019 [Source]. In May 2017 plans were announced for a "moving bed incineration" plant [Source]. However, in November 2019 delays were reported meaning the plant was not expected to be operational before the spring of 2020 [Source]. Planned to replace an Energos gasification facility on the same site that was permitted to burn RDF and clean wood waste. That gasification plant entered commissioning in 2008 but never worked reliably [Source]. It was a Demonstrator project related to the upgrading of an existing waste incinerator [Source] and it was reported in June 2017 that: "Plans to refurbish the Forest Road...gasification plant have been shelved" because the Council was unable to find another contractor after Energos went into administration [Source]. In November 2017 permit EPR/QP3337AD/V003 was issued for an incineration plant to burn RDF [Source]. The BEIS 2020 Q1 Heat Networks Pipeline Report associates this incinerator with a proposed heat network [Source]. (Entry updated 2020-07-08)
Waste management for England 2018: Pre-operational (Environment Agency)
Uses data from Waste Data Interrogator 2018 - 2018 Waste Summary Tables for England - Version 2 released by the Environment Agency under the Open Government License
|Permit||Operator Name||Site Name||Site Address||Former Planning Region||Former Planning Sub-Region||EA Area||Type||Permitted Capacity (tonnes)||Tonnage Incinerated in 2006||Tonnage Incinerated in 2007||Tonnage Incinerated in 2008||Tonnage Incinerated in 2009||Tonnage Incinerated in 2010||Tonnage Incinerated in 2011||Tonnage Incinerated in 2012||Tonnage Incinerated in 2013||Tonnage Incinerated in 2014||Tonnage Incinerated in 2015||Tonnage Incinerated in 2016||Tonnage Incinerated in 2017||Tonnage Incinerated in 2018||Comment|
|QP3337AD||Amey LG Ltd||Isle of Wight Energy from Waste||Isle of Wight Energy from Waste,Forest Road,Newport,Isle of Wight PO30 5YS||South East||Isle of Wight||Solent and South Downs||Municipal and/or Industrial & Commercial||38,000||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||Due to start cold commissioning June 2019 with hot commissioning later in the year.|
Entry on WikiWaste:https://wikiwaste.org.uk/index.php?title=Isle_of_Wight_Waste_Recovery_Park
Permit Decision files:134-PermitDecision-2016.pdf
Permit Variation files:134-PermitVariation-2016.pdf
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