Caunton Engineering are most pleased to be supplying the structural steelwork for a major Energy Recovery Facility for main contractor Taylor Woodrow Construction.
North London Waste Authority (NLW) are redeveloping the Edmonton EcoPark site in Enfield, London. The facility is expected to cater for up to 700,000 tonnes of residual waste from the seven north London boroughs. Currently the central part of the site is an Energy from Waste plant which is nearing the end of its operational life. The North London Heat and Power Project (NLHPP) aims to replace this with a new and substantially more efficient Energy Recovery Facility which will generate up to 70 megawatts of electricity, enough to power around 127,000 homes as well as providing residual heat to a local heat network. The energy is recovered from waste by burning it to heat water, creating steam that spins a turbine to generate electricity.
Caunton are supplying the steelwork for this Energy Recovery Facility. The project , designed by the Waterman Partnership, comprises three buildings, the Recycling & Fuel Prep facility (RFPF), the Reuse and Recycling centre (RRC), and the two storey office - EcoPark House
Caunton are very pleased to be contributing to such an exciting project.