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About SUEZ Isle of Man

The Isle of Man Government's Waste Plan, approved in 2000, identified a hierarchy for dealing with the island's waste - to minimise, recycle, and recover energy through energy-from-waste, minimising the amount of waste being sent to landfill and following European Best Practice.

To help achieve this, a contract was awarded to SUEZ Isle of Man (formerly SITA Isle of Man) to design, build, and operate an energy-from-waste (EfW) facility to divert waste from the island's landfill sites.

The facility was completed in 2004 and now processes all of the island’s 60,000 tonnes of domestic and commercial residual waste, producing 10 per cent of the island's electricity. Its state-of-the-art technology and onsite laboratory ensure the highest environmental and operational standards are maintained.

SUEZ Isle of Man’s Annual Public Report provides an overview of our operations during the calendar year. In this report we explain the role of the energy-from-waste (EfW) facility on the island and explain how the energy-from-waste process works, before examining our operations during the year. The report also provides information on our environmental performance and our responsibilities to our staff and the wider community.

SUEZ recycling and recovery UK

SUEZ Isle of Man is a wholly owned subsidiary of recycling and resource management company SUEZ recycling and recovery UK (formerly SITA UK).

SUEZ recycling and recovery UK delivers sustainable and increasingly innovative solutions for the public, local government, industry and commerce, enabling their customers to minimise the impact of their waste on the environment.

Part of the global SUEZ Group, SUEZ recycling and recovery UK serves over 12 million people and handles more than seven million tonnes of domestic, commercial and industrial waste through a network of recycling, composting, energy-from-waste and landfill facilities.

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