Site Visit

Energy from Waste are pleased to announce that the 2018 site visit will take place on Tuesday 27th February 2018 at Cory Riverside Energy, Belvedere.

Cory Riverside Energy are one of the UK’s leading resource management, recycling, and energy recovery companies. They operate the largest Energy from Waste facility in the UK, located on the banks of the River Thames at Belvedere, Kent.

Their Riverside Resource Recovery Energy from Waste facility at Belvedere uses the waste that would otherwise have gone to landfill as feedstock to generate electricity. As one of the largest operations of its kind in the UK, the facility generates c.525,000 MWh of electricity each year from processing circa 750,000 tonnes of waste.

What’s more, they use the River Thames as a green highway to move the waste from the city to the facility on their fleet of tugs and barges, removing around 100,000 truck movements a year off the capital’s congested roads.

By generating electricity from domestic and commercial residual waste, after recycling, they are improving resource efficiency, avoiding London’s use on landfill, and achieving greater sustainability as part of London’s circular economy.

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The site visit

The site visit will take place on Tuesday 27th February 2018 at Cory Riverside Energy, Belvedere, London – the day prior to the Energy from Waste Conference. The tour will commence promptly at 11:00 and delegates are responsible for their own transport to and from the site.

The tour will take approximately 2 hours and end at around 13:00.


Site visit address:

RRR Energy from Waste facility
Norman Road
DA17 6JY