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Waste-powered fish plant to be built in UK

UNITED KINGDOM
Tuesday, April 28, 2015, 03:40 (GMT + 9)

Plans for the creation of a new Fish Park in Fleetwood have been revealed, whose 140,000sq ft development would imply a GBP 20 million (USD 30.3 million) investment. This park, which will be powered by a GBP 60 million (USD 91 million) energy-from-waste plant built as an integrated development by Preston-based Reform Energy, could create up to 150 new jobs and will safeguard around 600 already involved in the fish processing businesses in the town, The Business Desk reported. “This development will bring a new economic energy to Fleetwood with the creation of the Fish Park and also addresses two issues dominating the green agenda - delivering more energy generation from sustainable resources and reducing waste going to landfill, pointed out Reform Energy chief executive John Potter. And the executive also remarked: “The energy recovery system we have chosen... FULL STORY

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