Wardley Coal Disposal Point
Wardley Coal Disposal Point, South Tyneside
Waste Infrastructure Development
Richard Barker on 0161 629 8200
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Proposed Anaerobic Digestion facility capable of generating renewable electricity and heat from up to 70,000 tonnes per year of organic feedstock.
Located on the former Wardley Disposal Point, Folingsby Lane South Tyneside.
Planning Permission Status
Planning permission was granted subject to conditions on the 1st December 2014.
The Wardley Anaerobic Digestion facility will employ combined heat and power (CHP) units to generate heat and electricity from up to 70,000 tonnes of organic waste (source separated food waste, commercial and industrial waste and agricultural waste) per year.
The Wardley site provides a suitable location for the facility due to its flat topography, with suitable electricity and gas grid connection point, access to good transport links and industrial location.