Winner for Milton Keynes waste

30 October 2012 A preferred bidder has been selected for the Milton Keynes waste PPP.
AmeyCespa has won the race for the contract to design, build and operate a new energy from waste plant in Milton Keynes.

The group – a consortium of two Ferrovial-owned firms – beat off competition from a group led by contractor FCC and waste specialist Waste Recycling Group for the £100m deal.

Under the contract, AmeyCespa will manage the plant for 15 years, providing enough electricity to power 11,000 households and enabling a 95% reduction in landfill use.

The project is due to become operational from 2016. For more information on the scheme, click here.

This page was last updated on:
30 September 2014.

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