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South East London Combined Heat & Power Operated & Maintained by Veolia Environmental Services SELCHP Ltd


Planning 1989 – Planning application to LBL Public meetings – Residents EIA Visits to Coventry ERF plant 1990 – Planning approval with conditions IMG – Designated route – EHO Monitoring 1991 – Planning conditions satisfied

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Construction :




A Royal Opening 1994:

A Royal Opening 1994 Completed on time and within budget

Plant Cross Section:

Plant Cross Section

National Waste Strategy:

National Waste Strategy Reduce Reuse Recycle Recycle the Material Recycle the Chemical Energy

London produces 4,000,000 tonnes of refuse per year. Also called Municipal Solid Waste - M.S.W. :

London produces 4,000,000 tonnes of refuse per year. Also called Municipal Solid Waste - M.S.W. Of this, SELCHP processes 420,000 tonnes of M.S.W. per year, principally from the London Boroughs of: Lewisham Greenwich Westminster Bexley


Contracts Tones London Borough of Lewisham 100,000 London Borough of Greenwich 100,000 Veolia Environmental Services 150,000 Veolia Environmental Services Bromley 40,000 Veolia Environmental Services GLD 30,000 Index linked £ gate - fee

Environmental Benefits:

Environmental Benefits High standards of environmental performance - state of the art technology Processing waste from local areas Reduction of waste going to landfill Production of electricity Production of heat Reuse of ash residue…….

Energy Recovery – Benefits:

Energy Recovery – Benefits Minimises landfill Recovers value - up to 600 kWh electricity per tone Conserves scarce fossil fuels Reduces greenhouse gas emissions Minimises haulage of wastes Higher environmental standards than coal/oil-fired power stations Ferrous and non ferrous metal recovered for recycling Ash used as aggregate substitute

Provides enough electricity for 48,000 homes :

Provides enough electricity for 48,000 homes Displaces 80,000 tones of coal or 50,000 tones of heavy fuel oil

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Emissions Notes: 1) all figures in g/kWh, except dioxins in ng/kWh 2) source - Fichtner consulting Engineers Comparison of emissions per kWh of power from ERF plants and coal-fired power stations Average coal-fired power station Typical ERF plant Dust 0.19 0.08 Nox 2.71 1.66 HCI 0.29 0.08 SO2 5.85 0.41 Dioxins 0.115 0.083

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Typical SELCHP Plant emissions Release Substance Typical SELCHP plant emissions (mg/Nm³) Environment Agency Permit limits (mg/Nm³) Particulates <7 10 Hydrogen Chloride <7 10 Sulphur Dioxide <15 50 Oxides of Nitrogen (expressed as nitrogen dioxide) <180 200 Volatile Organic compounds (expressed as carbon) <1 10 Carbon Monoxide <10 50 Nitrous Oxide <2 - Ammonia <4 - Hydrogen Fluoride <0.10 2 Cadmium & Thallium <0.002 0.05 Mercury <0.0005 0.05 Other metals <0.07 0.5 Dioxins <0.002 (ng/Nm³) 0.1 (ng/Nm³)

National Society for Clean Air report, June 2001::

National Society for Clean Air report, June 2001: “It would take 120 years of operation at the SELCHP incinerator in South London to equal the dioxin emissions from the 15 minute firework display in London during the Millennium celebrations.”


Standards Quality, Environmental & Occupational Health Management Systems ISO 9001 (since 1997) ISO 14001 (since 1999) OHSAS 18001 (since 2008) Investors in People (since 2000)

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