Anthesis provided commercial due diligence for the construction of one of the UK’s biggest energy-from-waste gasification plants. The new plant will be able to process 240,000 tonnes of waste per year. When fully operational, the facility will be able to produce around 200 gWh of electricity annually – enough to power over 50,000 homes.
There is now a distinct shift in trend from disposing of waste via landfill sites to recovering valuable resources through recycling and energy recovery. These efforts to recover resources embrace the multiple opportunities to realise more value from waste. This could be on the larger scale through investment in infrastructure, down to the smaller scale of ensuring your company and the contractor on your behalf is managing your waste cost efficiently and sustainably.
Anthesis’ team of dedicated specialists have an excellent understanding of the waste industry – from regulation, collections and operational delivery, to infrastructure and treatment. Due to our market leading position in commercial due diligence for waste infrastructure, we can support in market evaluations and feedstock assessments for new infrastructure investments, expansions and refinancing or acquisition of existing plants and entire companies, whether for disposal, recovery or recycling.
How we do it
We support a range of private companies, local authorities, waste contractors and investors with our bespoke services:
- Commercial due diligence for waste infrastructure
- Market assessments
- Waste collections and operational change
- Waste planning services – including site appraisals, waste arisings forecasting and capacity gap analysis
- Cost benefit analysis
- Procurement support
- Waste reporting and transparency
Anthesis has a solid track record of contributing meaningfully to the advancement of the 'resource management' sector through the work it delivers for governments, businesses and other high profile clients.
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