SELCHP is a successful commercial partnership between the public and private sectors, operated through a consortium of local authorities and specialist companies.
Veolia Environmental Services plc
Veolia Environmental Servicesis plc a worldwide waste management company which operates some of the most successful local authority waste management contracts in the UK. Currently serving around 5 million UK residents with waste collection, recycling, street cleaning and energy recovery services, VES brings unrivalled technical and operational experience to the SELCHP energy recovery facility.
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CNIM provides turnkey industrial solutions, with a high technological content in three major groups of products and activities: environment and services, mechanical engineering and services and energy and services. CNIM has a wide experience in the design and build of household waste and biomass fired energy recovery facilities and flue gas treatment systems. Click here to visit website
Lewisham Council provides waste collection, a kerbside collection for paper and card, mini recycling centres, recycling sites on every housing estate, a Reuse and Recycling Centre and subsidised compost bins to help nearly 250,000 residents deal with their waste. Click here to visit website
Greenwich provides household waste collection, a doorstep recycling collection, bring banks and is piloting a green waste scheme for its population of over 220,000. Click here to visit website
London Energy is part of EdF Energy, one of the largest energy companies in the UK, supplying energy services to over 5 million customer accounts in the UK through London Energy, Seeboard Energy, SWEB Energy and Virgin Home. Click here to visit website
Switch 2 Energy Solutions
Switch 2 is committed to being the UK’s leading provider of bespoke metering solutions enabling their clients to meter, monitor and control their utility supplies. Click here to visit website
John Laing plc invests in, develops and operates hospitals, schools,
defence establishments, police stations and roads in the private finance
(PFI) and public-private partnership (PPP) markets. Click
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