North London Waste Authority’s project to build a replacement energy from waste facility, the North London Heat and Power Project (NLHPP), won ‘Best Sustainable Brownfield Infrastructure Scheme’ and ‘Best Public Sector Brownfield Project’ at this year’s highly esteemed Environment Analyst Brownfield Awards.
Last night the awards celebrated the efforts of North London Waste Authority (NLWA) with its multidisciplinary team, to ensure NLHPP is being delivered sustainably, bringing real positive environmental and social value benefits during planning and construction.
A team of global powerhouses in the construction industry, including ACCIONA, Adams Hendry, AECOM, Arup, Grimshaw, Ramboll, Stephenson Harwood, Taylor Woodrow, and WSP, are working together to redevelop the 52-year-old Edmonton EcoPark. The ambitious plans are the largest investment in waste infrastructure for decades and will deliver a new sustainable waste hub to replace the existing energy from waste (EfW) plant and provide flagship recycling facilities for north London’s residents.
Read more on the NLHPP website: London’s public infrastructure project wins two prestigious sustainability awards.