Northern Ireland waste energy plant gets go-ahead

A waste recycling facility in Lisburn, near Belfast has been granted planning permission by Northern Ireland’s Environment department, and is being seen by the province’s authorities as the way to go in reducing the region’s carbon emissions.

The energy from waste gasification plant will have the ability to convert 80,000 tonnes of mixed waste into electricity and heat each year.

A company report envisaged 30 direct jobs and 30 indirect jobs in support services.

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