Cardiff’s waste-fired heating network outlined

Cardiff City Council could source most of its heat from an energy-from-waste plant at a cost of £26.2m

Trident Park energy-from-waste plant
Viridor's Trident Park EfW facility in Cardiff Bay

A report prepared for Cardiff City Council has outlined how the city could source heat from its energy-from-waste (EfW) plant at a cost of £26.2m.

The report, prepared for the council’s cabinet meeting on 19 April, says the Cardiff Bay EfW plant would be the "primary heat source" for a new heat network, backed by a natural gas-fired system.

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