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Architects looking to use energy from waste to create 'Kew of the North'

Architects are looking at using heat from energy from waste to help transform brownfield sites into eco-rainforests. The architectural firm behind the Eden Project, Grimshaw, has been commissioned to look at creating a botanical visitor attraction, on a potential site in the north. It would be a landscaped park containing a waterfall and greenhouse with tropical plant and animal life. But Grimshaw say the concept can be applied to any waste treatment site ...