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19 Feb 2015 02:02:52

GEP and KNM forging forward



Overseas partnering - the signs are good!
Sign Bright are pleased to partner with KNM Malaysia for Energy Park Peterborough Project. Appointed by Malaysian based company KNM Signbright CEO Luke Wilcock said “we are proud to be part of this fantastic project. It has always been part of our vision to branch out in the UK and maybe overseas later but to be partnering already with a manufacturing giant such as KNM, is a huge achievement for us”.


Norfolk
GEP are proud to be responding to Norfolk County Councils call for responses regarding Tenders for Waste Transfer Stations and Waste Treatment and/or Disposal. The Peterborough team has significant experience and time invested in Norfolk and is pleased to have an opportunity to offer its sustainable EnergyPark project as an option for consideration.

The joint KNM/GEP EnergyPark is most suitable for dealing with the waste problems that council may face as its concept has always been to offer flexible and cost effective solutions to dealing responsibly with waste.


Essex County Council
Peterborough Renewable Energy Limited (part of the GEP Group and partners with KNM Project Services Limited for Energy Park Peterborough) are responding to the recent call from Essex County Council who are seeking RDF disposal outlets from their Residual Waste Treatment Facility. PREL and KNM are joint developers of the EnergyPark in Peterborough a consented waste to energy facility.


Waste not want not!
GEP is proud to be facilitating the signing of a 10-year Intent to supply between a major waste industry player and KNM to supply the Energy Park Peterborough Project at Storey’s Bar Road, Peterborough. The site is the location of an 81MW Biomass Power Station with construction planned to start this year and to be on line 2016. A GEP spokes person said that this is a great opportunity for the UK to deal with its waste in the UK rather sending it to Europe. It is pleasing to know that when complete the EnergyPark will help UK waste companies to be both sustainable and responsible in their waste management activities.


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