Ringaskiddy Resource Recovery Centre secures planning

Ireland’s statutory planning body, An Bord Pleanála, today granted permission to Indaver to build a €160 million, 240,000-tonnes-a-year waste-to-energy facility at Ringaskiddy, Ireland.

Ireland’s statutory planning body, An Bord Pleanála, today granted permission to Indaver to build a €160 million, 240,000-tonnes-a-year waste-to-energy facility at Ringaskiddy, Ireland.
Indaver applied under Strategic Infrastructure Development Planning rules for permission to build the facility in 2015.


The Board’s decision is in line with Indaver’s application for 240,000 tonnes per annum, including
24,000 tonnes hazardous waste. In granting a 10-year planning permission with a 30-year operational life, the Board concluded that the proposal adhered to European policy requirements for waste management, as well as national and regional waste and spatial planning policies.

Today Indaver will inform our customers and stakeholders of this important decision and highlight how it demonstrates that the proposed development is fully consistent with national, regional and local planning regulations. It will ensure there is sufficient waste recovery infrastructure in the Southern region that will benefit a thermal treatment capacity deficit in the State.

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