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Waste firm gets on board the EfW train

Sita UK is proposing plans to develop an energy-from-waste (EfW) facility with railway access in Tees Valley.The facility, called North East Energy Recovery Centre (NEERC), could manage up to 256,000 tonnes of household and commercial waste each year and would be built on land adjacent to Sitas existing EfW plant at Haverton Hill, Billingham.Included in the development would be a railway connection so that waste can be transported to the site by train and the ...