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Chapel Farm (Waste , Active, Waste - Landfill Gas) Location in the UK : England, Southern England
Type of installation: Waste on/offshore: on
Turbines :3 Capacity : 0.96 MW
Approx Date of 1st power generation: January 2001
Landfill, NFFO5: The degradation of the non hazardous waste produces landfill gas as a bi-product. This is collected and processed through 2 (third engine in development) engines that burn the gas to generate non fossil fuel energy providing sufficient electricity for several thousand houses.
Wood collected from both commercial and household origins are transported to Chapel Farm for reprocessing. This involves chipping the wood and screening out various fines and oversize elements. The wood can then either be used in fuel for power stations, manufacture of chip board or as engineering materials at the landfill site.
NFFO5 (Non Fossil Fuel Obligation)
Operation at CHAPEL FARM
CHAPEL FARM, Swindon, local map
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Data last updated: 10/8/2016
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