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Suez expands

Suez UK has announced plans for a new energy-from-waste facility at Haverton Hill, Stockton-on-Tees that will serve public sector and commercial customers in the North East and Scotland.

The company already operates five energy-from-waste process lines in Teesside known as Suez Tees Valley 1, 2 and 3, and the North East energy recovery centre.

David Palmer-Jones, chief executive of Suez recycling and recovery UK, said: “Brexit, and the questions it raises around the future of residual waste exports, only strengthens the case for additional domestic treatment capacity.”

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