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WEEE facility proposed in Enfield

Plans to build a new waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) recycling facility at a former Coca-Cola depot have been put forward in Enfield, North London.

According to the Enfield Independent, Whittington Jersey Property Fund, is looking to extend planning permission from Enfield Council for the site at Picketts Lock in order to carry out the proposal.

If approved, the facility will process 60,000 tonnes of WEEE each year from across North London, 95% of which will be fully recycled.

The council is to meet to discuss this on 26 January.

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