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Waste Summit: The energy to succeed at local level

Indaver has been operating Ireland's first large-scale waste-to-energy facility since 2011.

4th November, 2012
Indaver Ireland: operating Ireland's first large-scale waste-to-energy facility.

Indaver has been operating Ireland's first large-scale waste-to-energy facility since 2011. Having spent some time in the public eye during the planning phase, the company has been quietly getting on with running the Carranstown, Co Meath plant since it opened last year.

So far this year, Indaver has diverted 148,000 tonnes of waste away from landfills; generated 16 megawatts of electricity, enough to meet the needs of Drogheda and Navan combined; and recycled over 2,000 tonnes of ferrous metals.

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