Major pyrolysis/gasification unit gains PPC permit

Global Olivine, a small New Zealand-based company, has received authorisation from the Environment Agency to operate a huge pyrolysis/gasification and plasma vitrification facility in Peterborough that would treat a wide range of commercial, industrial and municipal wastes, as well as sewage sludge and agricultural residues. However, the project has yet to gain Government approval or agree all the necessary waste contracts.

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