South Clyde Energy Centre plans submitted
July 5 2012
The South Clyde Energy Centre would produce around 20MW of electricity, sufficient to power 38,000 homes, from up to 250,000 tonnes of non-recyclable waste per annum.
An integrated recycling facility will also be built to cater for waste which can be re-used.
In future it is proposed to ship materials in via the King George V dock, currently the only operational dock on the upper Clyde, from where it is a short journey by road to the site.
The scheme has been designed by Fletcher-Rae architects.
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