Priva on site to save energy

Priva, Priva Blue ID, Severnside Energy Recovery Centre

Priva Blue ID, recommended by SCS group, is being used to optimise energy usage at every level of the Severnside Energy Recovery Centre at Avonmouth, which is in its final build stages on a brownfield site adjacent to Seabank Power Station and the former Terra Nitrogen plant.

The facility, owned by Sita UK, will provide new treatment and recovery operations to manage residual household waste from West London. It is anticipated that the Severnside Energy Recovery Centre will be capable of processing up to 400,000 tonnes of non-recycled waste, with capacity to generate up to 34MW of electricity. The concept, which has been developed over the past 10 years, will also generate heating for the entire building.

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