Gallery Photographs of Greatmoor EfW and High Heavens Waste Transfer Station The six tipping bays in the tipping hall High Heavens Waste Transfer Station All vehicles are weighed in and out High Heavens Waste Transfer Station in operation Greatmoor EfW facility Greatmoor Energy from Waste The IBA Conveyor The flue gas treatment silos New tree planting along the High Heavens entrance road Waste bunker at Greatmoor Maintenance work on the condenser fans One of the grab cranes being prepared for maintenance Managing the waste at High Heavens The boiler, where the steam is generated before it powers the turbine The view from Greatmoor EfW HRH Duke of Gloucester visiting the turbine hall HRH Duke of Gloucester visiting the control room HRH Duke of Gloucester and other dignitaries visiting the condenser fans The turbine at Greatmoor generates 25MW of electricity The grate - where around 900 tonnes of waste is processed every day The boiler - where steam is generated to power the turbine Inside a clean Bag House Filter - where particulate matter is collected from the flue gas Turbine Hall Our fleet of Greatmoor HGVs - brings the waste from High Heavens Waste Transfer Station The Greatmoor team receiving their award. l-R Gethin Jones, Roger Seed, Gurbaksh Badhan (both Bucks CC), Gillian Sinclair (FCC), Jacob Haylor (ESA), Peter Hunt (Wastecare) The fire within the Greatmoor grate Vintage car owners visiting Greatmoor Collection cheque being presented to Thomas Ball's Children's Charity Great Horwood and Singleborough WI with their 1,000th Visitor certificate Aylesbury College students visiting the grate HRH The Duke of Gloucester cutting the cake at Greatmoor's Grand Opening Unveiling the plaque. l-r Paul Taylor - FCC CEO, HRH Duke of Gloucester and Warren Whyte - BCC member for Planning and the Environment At work in the turbine hall The stack HRH Duke of Gloucester viewing the waste burning in the grate The visitor centre High Heavens Waste Transfer Station The visitor centre Grab crane lifting c.6 tonnes of waste Waste delivery in the tipping hall Waste delivery in the tipping hall The silos contain the materials used in treating the flue gas and the resulting Air Pollution Control Residue The silos contain the materials used in treating the flue gas and the resulting Air Pollution Control Residue The Greatmoor lorries collect waste at High Heavens Waste Transfer Station and deliver it to Greatmoor Greatmoor Energy from Waste The condenser fans cool down the steam and condense it back to water, to be recirculated The view into the grate Year 4 from Beachborough School visiting Greatmoor The Operations Team oversee the facility from the control room The turbine and generator Aylesbury U3A in the turbine hall Aylesbury U3A visiting the grab crane Visiting groups have an introductory talk in the Visitor Centre Grab cranes and waste bunker prior to the arrival of the first waste Sarah Moncrieff putting the finishing touches to her painting of the Greatmoor turbine hall New painting by Sarah Moncrieff showing Greatmoor's Grab Cranes Visitors enjoying looking into the grate David Lidington MP, Gillian Sinclair and Cllr Bill Chappell at the grate ** FCC ENVIRONMENT** Artist Sarah Moncrieff exhibits collections of her work inspired by Greatmoor EfW waste plant Woodham Buckinghamshire. The exhibition which is part of the Bucks Arts Weeks 2018, can be seen at the Greatmoor EfW visitor centre. Detail from new painting of Greatmoor by Sarah Moncrieff Artist Sarah Moncrieff exhibits a collection of her work inspired by Greatmoor. The exhibition, part of the Bucks Arts Weeks 2018, can be seen at the Greatmoor EfW visitor centre.