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Laverton North waste to energy proposal - community information

15 Aug 2019

Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA) will hold a community information session on the proposed waste to energy plant at Laverton North, on Monday, 19 August 2019.

Where: The Laverton Community Hub, 95-105 Railway Avenue, Laverton VIC 3028

When: Monday, 19 August between 6-8 pm

What’s on:

6 – 7 pm, a drop-in session for the public

7 – 8 pm,

  • a presentation from the applicant, Recovered Energy Australia Pty Ltd,
  • a presentation from EPA on the Works Approval process
  • questions and answers

The proposal:

Recovered Energy Australia Pty Ltd, proposes to develop a waste-to-energy facility to process 200,000 tonnes/year of source separated residual municipal solid waste.

The proposed facility is to be located at 28 Alex Fraser Drive, Laverton North VIC 3026.

Recovered Energy Australia Pty Ltd proposes to deliver approximately 15 MW of electricity to the grid and seeks to divert municipal solid waste currently destined for landfill.

Making a submission:

You can see the company’s application for EPA Works Approval, and information on how to make your submission, here -

More information: EPA’s recent media release on the proposal is available here -

There’s information about the community information session venue here –

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