Indaver proposes to develop a resource recovery centre (including waste-to-energy facility) in Ringaskiddy in County Cork. The proposed development will consist principally of a waste-to-energy facility (waste incinerator with energy recovery) for the treatment of up to 240,000 tonnes per annum of residual, household, commercial and industrial non-hazardous and hazardous waste which is currently landfilled or exported. Of the 240,000 tonnes of waste, up to 24,000 tonnes per annum of suitable hazardous waste will be treated at the facility. Other elements of the proposed development include raising the ground levels of and upgrading the drainage of a section of the L2545 road, coastal protection measures on Gobby beach, a connection to the national electrical distribution grid, raising the ground levels in part of the site and an amenity walkway along the western and part southern boundary of the site.

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