The new multi-million pound waste depot is set to incorporate 2 RHI rain harvesting systems in the coming months. The new plant, currently built on Strahan’s road, will cost 4.5m and is aimed at driving down dramatically the amount of waste going to landfill.
The NEW multi-million pound waste depot and recycling centre is set to incorporate 2 RHI Rainwater harvesting systems in the coming months.
The new plant, currently being built at Strahan’s Road, will cost £4.5m and is aimed at driving down dramatically the amount of waste currently being sent to landfill.
Three current waste facilities – one at the Urney Road, a second at Newtownstewart and finally one at Strabane District Council offices – will close to make way for the new plant.
Plans for the new waste transfer facility and recycling centre were unveiled on Monday night, when Strabane Council struck a rates increase of almost four percent.
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