Proposed Development: Ringaskiddy Resource Recovery Centre


On the 13th of January 2016, Indaver submitted an application to An Bord Pleanála to develop a piece of strategic infrastructure. The infrastructure in question is a 240,000 tonnes per annum waste-to-energy facility (waste incinerator with energy recovery) for the treatment of household, commercial, industrial, non hazardous and suitable hazardous waste.

 “Indaver’s proposed development, valued at €160 million, is the type of strategic infrastructure Ireland needs. Our waste-to-energy technology treats non-recyclable waste as a resource and recovers electricity and other valuable materials from it. Waste-to-energy produces an indigenous energy resource”, says John Ahern, Indaver’s MD.

 The facility will generate approximately 18.5MW of electricity for export to the national electrical grid. This will be enough to supply the power needs of approximately 30,000 households.

 In addition, the proposed development will include an upgrade to a section of the L2545 road, coastal protection measures on Gobby Beach, a connection to the national electricity distribution grid, raising the ground levels in part of the site, and the provision of an amenity walkway along the eastern and part southern boundary of the site.

 (Pictured: artist’s impression of the proposed development next to Hammond Lane Ltd.)

The planning application can be viewed and downloaded from a standalone website:

To make a submission or find out more about the planning process, please contact An Bord Pleanála. The deadline for submissions is the 9th of march 2016


Telephone: 01 8588100

Post: 64 Marlborough Street, Dublin 1, DO1 V902


Contact person: Holly McIndoe, Communications Advisor Indaver Ireland

Telephone: +353 1 697 28 86

E-mail: holly.mcindoe(at)indaver(dot)ie


Indaver can also be contacted by email info(at)indaver(dot)ie, Freephone 1800 200 646, or Freepost Indaver Ireland, 4th Floor, Block 1, West Pier Business Campus, Freepost F5127, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin.


This page will be updated as information becomes available.


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