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Incinerator engineering contract awarded

A contract to carry out civil engineering work on the controversial Willows Power & Recycling Centre in Norfolk has been awarded to Bam Nuttall.

The project is a PFI scheme led by a consortium of Cory Environmental and Wheelabrator Technologies for Norfolk County Council.

The £500m incinerator at Saddlebow near King’s Lynn passed a significant milestone earlier this month when environment secretary Caroline Spelman approved private finance credits of £91m despite fierce local opposition.

Bam Nuttall business development manager David Brothers  aid: “We are very pleased to have been selected to deliver the civil engineering work for the proposed centre at King’s Lynn.

“We are liaising with existing suppliers of goods and building service, but we’re also keen to speak with firms from across Norfolk and the eastern region about a range of subcontracting opportunities.”

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