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Three Leeds community and environmental projects have been awarded grants totalling over £116,000 by The Veolia Environmental Trust through the Landfill Communities Fund.
Ever wondered what happens to your rubbish once your black bin is emptied?
The new Leeds Recycling and Energy Recovery Facility has won its first award - before it even officially opens.
The all-important testing phase will soon begin at the state-of-the-art Recycling and Energy Recovery Centre.
The Temple Newsam Learning Partnership Trust (TNLP) are the latest recipients of the Veolia Community Benefit Fund, receiving £500 sponsorship for an environment themed community fun day in Halton Moor during February 2015 half term.
Pupils from Leeds schools who helped to design a healthy park for their community will see the fruits of their labour this week.
Another milestone has been reached in the construction of the Recycling and Energy Facility (RERF) at the former wholesale site on Cross Green, Leeds.
Construction of the largest timber framed structure of its type in Europe has commenced in East Leeds as work progresses on the latest phase of the City’s new RERF (Recycling and Energy Recovery Facility).
During April work continued to finalise the foundations, concrete slabs and spine wall in preparation for the timber frame installation to the Mechanical Pre-Treatment building. We can now offer a live feed, updated hourly of the Recycling and Energy Recovery Facility in construction.