Information for Garden of England Energy Project, Kemsley Park, off Barge Way, nr. SittingbourneStatus: Existing
Planning Region: South East
Planning Sub-Region: Kent
Operator: 4Evergreen Technologies Ltd
Campaign Group(s): Biofuelwatch
Notes: Reported to be under construction in 2018. Planning application approved in September 2015, but permission not formally issued until January 2016 (KCC/SW/0010/2015 and SW/15/500348). Intended to treat RDF, waste wood and virgin wood. Environmental permit application granted in October 2015 (EPR/YP3137VY/A001). It was announced in July 2016 that the GIB committed 30m GBP as part of a 300m GBP debt deal for this facility and that the facility was expected to come online in 2019 [Source] (Entry updated 2019-06-06)
Waste management for England 2018: Non-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)||Comment|
|YP3137VY||4Evergreen Technologies Limited||Kemsley Park EfW||Kemsley Park,Sittingbourne,Kent, ME10 2fe||South East||Kent||Kent and South London||Municipal and/or Industrial & Commercial||48,000||Permitted October 2015. Construction not started.|
Permit Decision files:135-PermitDecision-2015.pdf
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