Capacity Market Generation Project
20MW Gas fired power generation for Capacity Market and balancing services to the National Grid.
Waste Infrastructure Development
Proposed development of an AD facility on the site to generate renewable electricity and heat from up to 70,000 tonnes per year of organic feedstock.
Prominent development site located in Trafford Park comprising around 1.7 hectares (4.1 acres) of vacant land for which planning permission was granted in June 2016 for general industrial use; open/covered storage; and/or distribution.
Allocated employment land to be developed for waste treatment purposes including an Energy Recovery Facility.
Active Quarry Operation
Active hard rock quarry with associated restoration using imported materials, material recycling operations and the creation of a development platform for future development opportunities.
Woolston Number 1 Deposit Grounds is an operational waste recovery site consented and permitted for the construction of a nature park using excavation, construction, demolitions and dredged materials.
21.5 MW biomass facility capable of processing 170,000 tonnes of waste wood from a facility co-located at Protos.
Former Mineral Working
A former mineral working that is undergoing restoration to wetland habitat.
Planning permission was granted for the extraction of minerals prior to the development of business uses at the site.
Waste Disposal Infrastructure
Major landfill site that is now in restoration and aftercare operated by national waste management company.
Active Quarry and Restoration Operation
Former quarry and landfill operation where peripheral mineral extraction and infill operation are being undertaken as part of long term restoration proposals.
Astley Moss is a sand and gravel quarry which was previously consented for mineral extraction and processing.
Large hard rock quarry providing in excess of 500,000 tonnes natural stone products and aggregate per year.
The site was quarried for sand and following the exhaustion of mineral reserves, used as a landfill site for the deposition of inert, commercial and construction and household wastes.
Environmental Technology Park
Designed to accommodate environmental technology uses and offer a unique opportunity for a range of occupiers to benefit from its eco-friendly status.
20MW Gas fired power generation for Capacity Market and balancing services to the National Grid, utilising land within a restored landfill site
Proposed Gasification Facility incorporating a Materials Recovery Facility and capable of generating 25MW of electricity.