Veolia Leeds Recycling and Energy Recovery Facility

Recycling and Energy Recovery Facility

 

Increasing recycling and generating energy from the City’s waste. Find out more about our Recycling and Energy Recovery Facility in Leeds.

The Recycling and Energy Recovery Facility is designed to remove recyclable waste from black bins and recover energy from what is left over.
We propose to build our facility on the former wholesale market site off the East Leeds link road within the Cross Green Industrial Estate.
We aim to construct and operate a Recycling and Energy Recovery Facility with mechanical pre-sorting designed to remove recyclables.
Read more about the facts about key issues that are often raised during the development of facilities like the one we propose.
Our Education and Communications Manager can arrange educational visits and tours at our Recycling and Energy Recovery Facility.
The Community Benefit Fund was set up to help support initiatives in the local community and ensure that residents benefit directly from Veolia’s operations in Leeds. The fund supports local community projects that provide the greatest sustainable benefits to the Leeds community
Find out more on how the project is currently progressing!
The planning permission for the Recycling and Energy Recovery Facility at Cross Green was granted on the 3rd April 2013
Veolia received on the 18th July 2013 the environmental permit which controls the operation of the Recycling and Energy Recovery Facility.
The aim of the HGV Traffic Management Plan is to reduce the impact of HGVs on the Halton Moor and East Park Parade.