Information for Buttington Quarry Energy Recovery Facility, Buttington Quarry, WelshpoolStatus: Potential
Planning Region: Wales
Planning Sub-Region: Powys
Operator: Broad Energy
Campaign Group(s): Buttington Incinerator Impact Group
Notes: Incinerator proposed to treat "non-hazardous, non-organic, commercial, construction and demolition waste including plastic film" with a catchment area said to be "covering Mid Wales and Wrexham" (Source). Outline pre-application plans revealed at a public exibition in December 2016 and it it was stated then that a planning application will be submitted to Powys County Council in early 2017 [Source, Source]. Local campaigners told UKWIN in March 2019 that no planning application had been submitted to date but that Broad Energy were expected to make a submission "in the coming months". (Entry updated 2020-10-13)
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