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Brookhurst Energy from Waste Plant

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Brookhurst (Waste , Active, Waste - Landfill Gas)

 General Information.

Location in the UK : England, RH2 4QD    
Type of installation: Waste    on/offshore: on
Turbines :0  Capacity : 2.552 MW
Approx Date of 1st power generation: November 2000

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Project Info
West Sussex landfill capacity to run out by 2015
Under a contract with Biffa, the council currently sends most of its non-inert waste to a landfill site at BROOKHURST Wood, near Horsham in West Sussex.

Mechanical & Biological Treatment
Biffas flagship Mechanical & Biological Treatment Facility has been built at BROOKHURST Wood, Horsham, through the provision of a 25 year PFI (Private Finance Initiative) with West Sussex County Council.

West Sussex to assess future of Biffa MBT facility
EXCLUSIVE: West Sussex county council is due to consult on the future of its 25-year waste treatment contract with Biffa, following continued delays to the opening of the BROOKHURST Wood mechanical biological treatment (MBT) plant.

Biffa Signs 1 Billion Waste Treatment Deal With West Sussex Council
Biffa, the UK based waste management company has announced that it has signed a 25-year contract with West Sussex County Council to treat the Countys residual municipal waste BROOKHURST wood

Mechanical & Biological Treatment
Biffas flagship Mechanical & Biological Treatment Facility has been built at BROOKHURST Wood, Horsham, through the provision of a 25 year PFI (Private Finance Initiative) with West Sussex County Council.

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