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Update - Rivenhall Permit

2020-10-16

The High Court in London today upheld the Environment Agency’s decision to issue a revised permit for the Rivenhall facility

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Rivenhall - Judical review update

2020-08-28

Earlier today, Parishes Against Incinerators (PAIN) – the local group opposed to the development of the Rivenhall waste facility – confirmed that they...

Sustainability Report: Indaver as a link in the circular economy

2020-07-10

To keep the world habitable, we will have to close as many materials loops as possible. Waste therefore plays a fundamental role in the circular...

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Update on the EA's IWMF permit decision

2020-06-04

The Environment Agency announced earlier today that “following detailed technical scrutiny of the proposals over the last 20 months together with...

Indaver with ACCIONA win €400m energy from waste contract in Scotland

2019-08-12

Today Indaver has signed a contract to operate an energy from waste facility for the local authorities in northeast Scotland. The NESS Energy Project...

DID YOU KNOW that the new Sustainability Report is ready for you to discover?

2019-08-01

With this interesting report you will learn how we achieve Indaver's important role in the circular economy.

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Indaver and SUEZ build an energy from waste plant for wood waste in Antwerp

2019-04-01

Indaver and SUEZ have applied for a permit to build a new processing facility for non-recyclable wood waste. The investment amounts to €100 million....

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Brexit Statement - March 2019

2019-03-12

Indaver Ireland/UK has reviewed the company’s operations in the light of Brexit discussions

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Happy New Year! 2019, another step closer to the circular economy

2018-12-21

We wish all our staff, customers and suppliers a Happy New Year 2019.

Watch our New Year wishes here.

What projects are under development?

2018-12-20

Indaver has a number of projects in the planning process. The urgent need for further recovery capacity…

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