The North London Heat and Power Project
The £600million North London Heat and Power Project
The North London Waste Authority (NLWA) has called for bids to develop a world-class Energy Recovery Facility (ERF). The work comes as part of the North London Heat and Power Project (NLHPP) to modernise Edmonton EcoPark.
The government originally granted development consent for the project in 2017, with work consisting of a new energy recovery plant to replace the incinerator which has been in place for almost 50 years. During this time, the park has diverted over 21 tonnes of waste from going to landfill.
The impact of the project will have the same carbon impact as removing 110,000 cars off the road each year.
For workers in the construction industry, this contract offers an array of opportunities due to the various services required.
The Chair of the NLWA, Councillor Clyde Loakes, said: “The procurement of the ERF is our biggest contract to date and marks a crucial step forward in delivering this nationally significant infrastructure project for our two million residents.
“In the first phase of construction we’re also investing £100m in flagship recycling facilities which are vital for boosting North London’s recycling rates.”
What does the contract involve?
The modernisation work will take place over the next 10 years. The project is to develop a sustainable waste hub, involving substantial investment in state-of-the-art recycling facilities.
The North London Heat and Power Project requires the construction of an Energy Recovery Facility. The successful supplier will be responsible for all risk for;
- And operator training.
The new development will utilise the most up-to-date technology to control emissions. This means that the facility will be capable of using 60% less than the current limits for nitrogen oxides.
The site will have the capacity to treat up to 700,000 tonnes of household waste every year. The radius will cover the boroughs of Barnet, Camden, Enfield, Hackney, Haringey, Islington and Waltham Forest.
The project is divided into four stages.
Stage 1 – The preparatory works which are due to end in 2021.
Stage 2 – The building works which will continue until 2023.
Stage 3 – The Energy Recovery Facility (ERF) construction and commissioning. This work is due to begin in 2023 and end in 2025
Stage 4 – Post-ERF works consisting of the decommissioning and demolition of the existing facility. This stage is due to begin in 2027 and finish in 2031.
The NLWA has committed to boosting local employment by 25%. Throughout the development, the project will provide approximately 100 apprenticeships. At least 90 of these opportunities will be directly associated with the Energy Recovery Facility.
NLHPP’s Programme Director, David Cullen, has claimed: “Overall, the construction of the NLHPP will generate 2,500 jobs.
“We’re working with the constituent boroughs of the NLWA and education providers to ensure that job opportunities and wider project benefits reach the local community where they are most needed.”
Why is the project important?
The facility will be part of NLWA’s efforts to raise awareness of the need for waste reduction and improvements to recycling. The North London Heat and Power Project forms the wider plan which includes Low Plastic Zones, clothing swaps and the London Upcycling Show.
The new development will be crucial to managing non-recyclable waste in the area sustainably. When the project is complete, the ERF will ensure that increasing waste levels can be managed responsibly for years to come. For the first time ever, residents will be allowed to bring their household waste to the EcoPark. The items will then be processed through the facility, lowering the usage of landfill sites.
Overall, the NLHPP project will see the development of;
- The Energy Recovery Facility;
- A Resource Recovery Facility;
- A Reuse and Recycle Centre;
- And EcoPark House which will include a visitor and education centre.
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Once the tenders have been sourced, they are then uploaded to our portal and categorised with industry-led keywords. This allows you to log into the system, select the services you provide and instantly find all the relevant opportunities. You can also filter the results by location, budget and sector.
Below are previous heat and power tenders sourced on our portal:
GB-Colchester: Planned Renewal of Heating Systems
Colchester Borough Council- Eastern- Budget: £1,000,000
CAT1 Gas Works: Heating Upgrade Works – Rosary College, Armagh Road, Crumlin, Dublin 12
Rosary College (Crumlin)- International- Budget: Undisclosed
Emergency heating works to Mary Queen of Ireland
Mary Queen of Ireland National School (Toberburr)- International- Budget: Undisclosed
Upgrade of LV Panels at Solihull Hospital
Sunderland City Council- North East- Budget: Undisclosed
Heating Installation and Associated Works
South Tyneside Council- North East- Budget: Undisclosed
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