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Information for Southport EfW Plant, Southport Hybrid Energy Park

Status: Potential
Planning Region: North West
Planning Sub-Region: Merseyside
Operator: Eqtec and Rotunda Group (and its subsidiary Shankley Biogas)
Capacity: 60,000 (RDF)
Campaign Group(s): Contact to be put in touch with those opposing this development.
Notes: In September 2020 it was reported that Eqtec had signed a co-development agreement with Rotunda Group and Shankley Biogas for the Souhport hybrid energy park project, which was said to be a gasification plant to treat "more than 55,000 tonnes of RDF" [Source]. No clear location is specified, but it could to be the site of Southport Skip Hire (55 Crowland Street, Southport) which is where Iona Capital Ltd obtained a mix of full and outline permission for 80,000tpa of Anaerobic Digestion, Waste Transfer Station and biomass boiler capacity from Sefton Council in 2016 (ref DC/2016/00534). (Entry updated 2020-09-17)

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