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Information provided by MVV

Community Ambient Air Quality Monitoring Programme Reports

Incinerator Liaison Committee (ILC)

Operational Updates

Annual Performance Reports

Sponsorship Policy



Information provided by other sources

General sources on waste management


This documents is a review of current waste management practices and respective government policies. Readers can also find a section on EfW.

Environment Agency (waste section):

Comprehensive website giving information about the Environment Agency's activities in waste management and processes including national waste data.
Description of several waste management technologies can be accessed using this link.

Energy from Waste Research and Technology Council

WtERT UK is a sister organisation of the Waste-to-Energy Research and Technology Council (WtERT), based at Columbia University, New York. WtERT aims to bring together engineers, scientists and managers from industry and universities to identify and advance the best available Energy from Waste (EfW), technologies for the recovery of energy or fuels from solid wastes.
To find the WtERT UK website, please follow this link.

EU Commission:

The waste section of the EU Commission's website gives a comprehensive overview of European waste policies, waste strategies, waste legislation and its implementation in the EU member states (including the UK)

German Green Party:

In a position paper on waste management, Dr. Michael Weltzin, scientific assistant in the Parliamentary Group of the Green Party, described his position on the different solutions to the waste problem.
The presentation can be found here.

European Topic Centre on Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP):

The European Topic Centre on SCP is a consortium of eight specialist partner organisations from environmental authorities and research communities in Europe (including the Environment Agency). The mission of the Topic Centre is to provide reliable and comparable data and information on SCP, and resource and waste management in Europe to decision-makers and the public.

Environmental Services Association

ESA represents the UK's waste management and secondary resources industry. The website can be accessed using this link.

Chartered Institution of Wastes Management

The Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM) is the professional body which represents over 7,000 waste professionals working in the sustainable resources and wastes management sectors- predominantly in the UK but also overseas. The website can be accessed using this link.

Information on EfW


Defra 2007: Incineration of Municipal Solid Waste
This paper on Energy from Waste can not be found on the new Defra website anymore but provides a good overview on Energy from Waste technology.

Environment Agency

Umweltbundesamt (UBA = German Environment Agency)

CEWEP (Confederation of European Waste-to-Energy Plants):

CEWEP represents about 390 Waste-to-Energy Plants across Europe. The website contains a variety of information, ranging from an explanation of the technology to various topics such as emissions, health, recycling, etc.

EfW, Emissions and Health


Sets out a way forward for work and planning on air quality issues and sets out the air quality standards and objectives to be achieved

Assessment of the scientific evidence of the physical health and environmental effects of options to manage municipal solid waste and similar wastes

Health Protection Scottland

Health Protection Agency

IEA Bioenergy (organisation set up by the International Energy Agency)

South West Devon Waste Partnership

  • Website of the South West Devon Waste Partnership

Contains information about the project as well as key documents such as Waste Development Plan documents from the authorities within the Partnership area, a comparison of different waste treatment technologies, the Final Business Case, etc.

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Devonport EfW CHP Facility
Creek Road
T +44 1752 393 150

Waste Delivery Enquiries:
+44 7866 190 497 (Martyn Stapleton)

General Enquiries:
+44 1752 393150 (Karen Purdy)

Community Liaison Manager:
+44 1752 393156 (Jane Ford)

Emergency number:
+44 1752 393155 (Control Room)