The refurbished Harewood Whin LTP was officially open on 26 November 2019. The refurbished LTP will now allow Yorwaste to focus on treatment of higher strength leachates from the newer phases of the landfill. The project was marked by all at being a success and a great example of working under a partnership arrangement. This
Phoenix Engineering has been awarded the contract by Yorwaste Ltd for the Civil Engineering and MEICA rebuild and upgrade of the Harewood Whin Landfill Leachate Treatment Plant. Refurbishment works commenced in April 2019. The rebuild and upgrade includes, refurbishment of one of the process lagoons, construction of a new BS1090 compliant galvanised steel access platform
Phoenix Engineering has switched to renewable electricity with Haven Power, saving the carbon equivalent of a 42 inch LCD TV running continuously for 250 days. Jonty Olufsen, Managing Director of Phoenix Engineering, said “Working in the Waste and Environmental Sector we must demonstrate a responsible approach to energy consumption and sustainability. By partnering with Haven
On 4 December 2018, DEFRA published the 200-page final report of a 4-month study into Landfill Aftercare Scoping, under Project WR1919. Phoenix staff Howard and Tim Robinson had worked with Bob Gregory of GES and David Brown and Steven Shaw of Honace, to research and write the report. The project aims to identify the
Phoenix has successfully completed refurbishment of the Dry Lane Methane Stripping Plant for Cumbria Waste Management to programme and budget.