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Hampshire - Energy Recovery

Project Integra - reducing the amount of waste Hampshire sends to landfill

Traditionally household waste has been landfilled. Instead of landfilling, three Energy Recovery Facilities have been developed in Hampshire, the first being Integra North.

The combined capacity of the ERFs has been designed to deal with the large volume of waste produced whilst allowing recycling to grow to the overall target of 40% and beyond.

Processes non-recyclable household waste and recovers heat energy from the waste to produce steam. This is used to generate up to 8MW of electricity, supplying the National Grid with sufficient electricity to power more than 10,000 local homes for the life of the facility.
Processes non-recyclable household waste and supplies up to 14 MW of electricity, which is enough for around 20,600 homes.
Watch our video to see how rubbish from your bin is powering your home.
Processes non-recyclable household waste and supplies up to 16MW of electricity – that’s enough for around 22,600 homes.