A new 25 acre waste-to-energy plant to regenerate Redcar, Teesside

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We are experts in every aspect and component of Waste-to-Energy process

25 acre site with 25 year lease from commissioning
25 Acres secured at Redcar Bulk Terminal (RBT) on the South Bank of the River Tees. The site has excellent road, rail and port facilities giving access to both UK and European waste markets.
No Government subsidy required - Free from risk.
There is no requirement for Government support as the facility will receive income from waste gate fees and electricity sales.
Export 150,000 tonnes to Energy/Cement Plants Abroad
With the excellent port facilities, PMAC Energy will manufacture waste derived fuels for not only the on-site energy from waste facility but also for the export market.
Waste to energy 350,000 Tonnes
PMAC Energy will burn 350,000 tonnes of refuse derived fuels on-site, producing 37 MW (enough to power 56,000 homes) of electricity and any waste heat will be used in the fuel manufacturing plant.

400 Jobs Available

300
Construction Jobs
100
Operating Jobs
Creating jobs for Redcar and the surrounding areas...
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The Site

PMAC ENERGY will be a facility for the treatment and recovery of municipal and commercial waste by creating fuel from the waste for the renewable energy sector, utilising waste as a resource for the production of both heat and power.

Using tried and tested technologies and economies of scale that is safe and fully achievable in the local North East area, both creating a sustainable outlet for the huge amounts of waste in the area and the UK and creating many jobs in the local area that are suited to the skills of the local workforce.

How it Works

All the technologies are tried and tested, and only bankable technology suppliers will be used with full EPC and O&M contracts in place.

A list of technology providers have been evaluated on performance along with many other factors by a third party consultancy firm to select a technology provider. We now have a technology provider that we are working with.

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