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Construction of the state of the art Energy from Waste (EfW) facility began in December 2011. Ardley EfW will process around 300,000 tonnes of non-hazardous, post-recycling. residual waste. The facility will take about 3 years to complete and commission becoming fully operational in the second half of 2014. The technology provider is CNIM and the civil engineering sub-contractor is Clugston.
From 2014/15 residual waste will be processed at the new £200m EfW facility. The plant will:
- Have capacity to treat 300,000 tonnes of waste per year – sufficient to treat all of Oxfordshire’s residual municipal waste
- Divert at least 95% of Oxfordshire’s residual municipal waste from landfill
- Generate enough electricity for about 38,000 homes
- Provide a value for money solution for managing residual waste compared to continuing to landfill
- Provide up to about 200 jobs during construction and about 40 during operation.
Finding Ardley EFW
The proposed site, outside Ardley, north of Middleton Stoney, bordered by the M40, has excellent access to the road network and already accepts waste from Oxfordshire County Council and business customers from across the area for disposal.