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Urbaser Balfour Beatty named preferred bidder for 25 year energy from waste project

The Urbaser Balfour Beatty consortium has been named preferred bidder by Gloucestershire County Council for its 25 year contract to design, build and operate an energy from waste facility at Javelin Park, Haresfield near Junction 12 of the M5.

The facility will divert over 91% of Gloucestershire’s residual municipal waste from landfill and generate an estimated 116GW hours of electricity annually — enough to power more than 25,000 homes. It will aim to increase the county’s renewable energy production by 50%.

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