Levenseat announces expansion of waste to energy treatment facility

Recycling and resource management company Levenseat announced the second phase of its waste to energy operations at its Lanark power plant on 28 June, which will see overall site capacity increase from 400,000 to 750,000 tonnes per year.

The announcement comes as the company nears completion of commissioning phase one of the new waste treatment facility, which comprises a state-of-the-art materials recycling & fuel preparation plant and an integrated waste gasification power plant.

The site can produce 75GWh of electricity per year.

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