Parkes Materials Recovery and Energy from Waste Facility




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Parkes Materials Recovery and Energy from Waste Facility
STATUS

Prospective pipeline

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STATUS: Under procurement
SECTOR: Other
JURISDICTION: NSW
PROCUREMENT APPROACH: Unknown
TYPE: Greenfield

Project scope

The NSW Government has announced that a materials recovery facility and an Energy from Waste facility will be constructed within the Parkes Special Activation Precinct (SAP). The Parkes EfW facility is likely to be the fourth major thermal EfW facility in Australia.

The successful tenderer for facilities will be responsible for the purchase or lease of land within the SAP, construction, operation and ownership of the facilities, supply of waste, sale of recovered materials, disposal of by-products and sale and purchase of energy off-takes.

 


 

Key Dates

Dec 2020: Procurement commenced

 


 

Project History

Dec 2020: The NSW Government opened Expressions of Interest (EOIs) for the procurement of the facilities



Last reviewed: 29/01/2021

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