Swanbank Waste to Energy Facility




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Swanbank Waste to Energy Facility
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Greenfield (construction) or brownfield (government asset divestment) projects needed or likely to occur within the next five years, but is not formally proposed by a state, territory or major local government.

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Projects that have progressed to contractual close remain on ANZIP for 12 months.

ANZIP is focused only on major infrastructure activity, above the following thresholds:

Australia

Construction projects: > AUD$300m

Investable greenfield & brownfield: > AUD$100m

New Zealand

All greenfield and brownfield projects and divestments: > NZD $100 million


STATUS: Prospective pipeline
VALUE: $400M AUD
SECTOR: Energy
JURISDICTION: QLD
PROCUREMENT APPROACH: Other
TYPE: Greenfield

A $400 million waste to energy facility has been proposed to be built in Swanbank, south of Ipswich in Queensland. The proposal was announced in late September 2018 by German waste management and resource recovery company, Remondis.

The proposed facility would convert between 300,000 and 500,000 tonnes of waste per year to generate up to 50 megawatts of electricity.

The proposal follows a June 2018 announcement by the Queensland Government that a waste levy will be reintroduced in the State from early 2019 onwards. Waste levies are applied to the disposal of waste into landfill, as such the introduction of a waste levy will make alternatives to landfill disposal (including waste to energy) more commercially attractive.

If the project receives environmental and planning approvals from the Queensland Government then construction of the facility is expected to begin in 2020.



Last reviewed: 05/10/2018

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