The Kelvin Energy Recovery Facility (ERF), West Bromwich, UK, aims to manage non-recyclable waste and generate electricity and heat by diverting up to 395,000 tonnes of waste annually from landfill or export, with the potential to generate up to 35 MW of electricity.

This will serve the needs of up to 70,000 homes. Stephenson Halliday contributed several services, including developing a proposal, coordinating the environmental impact assessment and managing specialist consultants. Our teams also developed an engagement and community consultation process. We submitted the planning application and dealt with the post-submission report.