'Future of fuel': Middlesbrough waste pellet plant secures funding boost

Cecilia Keating
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The waste-to-energy project is currently under construction on Teesside | Credit: AV Dawson
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The waste-to-energy project is currently under construction on Teesside | Credit: AV Dawson

Waste Knot Energy project to produce 240,000 tonnes of fuel pellets each year offering alternative to coal in steel and cement manufacturing

An innovative waste-to-energy plant in Middlesbrough geared at transforming non-recyclable waste into green fuel pellets for steel and cement manufacturing has secured a major funding boost this week,...

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