People living near Viridor’s proposed £154m recycling centre in Glasgow have been sent guidance on commenting on the plans.
The waste giant wants to build the Glasgow Recycling and Renewable Energy Centre to overhaul management of household waste in the city.
A 12-week consultation on the plans started on 22 May.
About 16,000 residents of the G42 postcode have been sent the first of four consultation newsletters produced by Viridor.
It outlined how the plant will divert 90% of the 200,000 tonnes of residual waste every year that currently goes to landfill.
Viridor Scottish regional manager Steven Don said: “We understand that local people want to know more on the redevelopment of the long-established Polmadie site and our first newsletter is a start in that process.”