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On this website you can find out more about new ways of dealing with York and North Yorkshire’s waste, including proposals for a waste recycling and energy recovery facility at the existing Allerton Quarry site, next to the A1.
A new waste treatment facility has been proposed for North Yorkshire.
Allerton Waste Recovery Park will bring together state-of-the-art technologies to make the most of the county’s rubbish.
York and North Yorkshire’s households produce around 470,000 tonnes of rubbish each year and just over half of it ends up in landfill. The new facility will reduce the amount of waste going to landfill by at least 90%, increase recycling in the county and create a saving for local taxpayers.
A planning application for Allerton Waste Recovery Park has now been submitted following more than a year of public consultation. If permission is granted for the new facility, it will provide North Yorkshire County Council and City of York Council a saving on their waste management bill over the next 25 years.
Click to find out how to reduce, reuse and recycle your waste by visiting North Yorkshire Waste Partnership's website.
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