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Bam Nuttall wins Norfolk incinerator contract

Bam Nuttall has won a contract to carry out civil engineering work on the controversial £500M waste incinerator in King’s Lynn, Norfolk.

The Willows Power and Recycling Centre scheme has yet to receive planning permission and had its PFI credits temporarily withheld by environment secretary Caroline Spelman.

The project is being led by a consortium of Cory Environmental and Wheelabrator Technologies on behalf of Norfolk County Council.

It will be based at the Willows Business Park in Saddlebow near King’s Lynn, and process 260,000t of waste a year and generate more than 20MW of electricity.

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