Our facilities

Encyclis energy recovery facilities are some of the most advanced in the world. Why is that? From design to operation, we harness leading-edge technology, global expertise and strong partnerships to ensure the best possible performance, efficiency and safety. We also take time to ensure we are considerate neighbours in the local communities in which our facilities are situated.


Dublin, Ireland

Fully operating since 2017, this facility diverts over 600,000 tonnes of residual waste from landfill every year, providing enough baseload electricity to power over 100,000 homes.

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Rookery South, Bedfordshire, UK

This three-line facility has been operational since January 2022 and has the capacity to process 585,000 tonnes of residual waste annually, delivering sustainable electricity to meet the needs of around 112,000 homes.

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Newhurst, Leicestershire, UK

This single-line facility came online in June 2023. It enables up to 350,000 tonnes of residual waste per year to be diverted from landfill, while generating sufficient electricity to power 80,000 homes.

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Protos, Cheshire, UK

This ERF is currently under construction and forms part of the Protos energy and resources hub near Ellesmere Port. When complete, it will have the capacity to divert up to 500,000 tonnes of residual waste away from landfill every year, generating sustainable electricity for up to 90,000 homes.

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Earls Gate, Grangemouth, Scotland

Currently under construction in partnership with Brockwell Energy, which is managing the project on behalf of all partners, this facility will offer waste processing capacity of 216,000 tonnes per year, generating 33MW of heat for industrial use and 22MW of electricity

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Wellingborough IBA Processing Facility, Northamptonshire

Incinerator bottom ash (IBA) from two of our energy recovery facilities will be processed into aggregate for the construction industry at this plant. Building work is underway at the site, which will enhance Encyclis' contribution to the circular economy.