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Energy Recovery Process

Non-recyclable waste is used to heat water and create steam that turns a turbine. There are two types of energy generated by the process - electricity and heat.

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Responsible, Reliable and Proven

We can give firm assurances that operations will be monitored within an extremely stringent set of regulations designed to protect our neighbours, staff and the environment.

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Wheelabrator Parc Adfer energy recovery facility achieves financial close

Construction to commence in January 2017 LONDON, ENGLAND — December 15 2016 — Wheelabrator Technologies today reached financial close on a new 200,000 tonnes per year energy recovery facility, with construction to commence in January 2017 on the Deeside Industrial Park in Flintshire, North Wales. “To achieve financial close is a significant milestone and I’m […]

Wheelabrator Parc Adfer team welcomes more than 200 businesses to popular supply chain event in Connah’s Quay

Business representatives recently attended the Wheelabrator Parc Adfer meet the buyer event to learn more about the potential jobs and supply chain opprtunities to be created when construction commences on the region’s new energy recovery facility. The day-long event was held on November 3 in the main hall at the new Deeside Sixth at Coleg […]

North Wales businesses invited to Wheelabrator Parc Adfer supplier event on November 3

Businesses from across North Wales are invited to attend a second Meet the Buyer event as Wheelabrator Technologies nears the start of construction for its Parc Adfer energy recovery facility in Deeside. Construction of the new facility will take approximately three years and create hundreds of jobs, while offering multi-million pound supply chain opportunities for […]

North Wales businesses hailed as ‘first class’ by Parc Adfer construction team

The supply chain network across Flintshire and North Wales has been described as ‘first class’ by the team tasked with delivering the Parc Adfer energy recovery facility, following a successful Meet the Buyer event last week. There were more than 250 registrations from businesses wanting to attend the supplier event, which was held over more […]

Flintshire and Chester businesses among first to win work on Parc Adfer project

Businesses from Flintshire and Chester are among the first local companies to win contracts on the Parc Adfer project, helping to prepare the future energy recovery facility site for construction. Flintshire-based M7Aerial, a business which specialises in using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles – otherwise known as ‘Drones’ – to capture aerial images, video and 3D data […]