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Planning report backs EFW plant

The companies behind a proposed £100 million energy-from-waste plant in London have welcomed the planning inspector's support for the project. Riverside Resource Recovery (RRR) and Cory Environmental have proposed the site in Belvedere on the Thames Gateway, which would process approximately 585,000 tonnes of the capital's waste per year. RRR spokesman Malcolm Chilton said: "We are very pleased that the inspector has recommended that the Riverside Resource Recovery ...