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Schools urged to ‘go green’ to save energy

Schools across Buckinghamshire are being invited to make a New Year resolution to save energy, cut carbon emissions, and save money. In the latest round of RE:fit, a three-year County Council programme started in 2015 to reduce energy consumption and cut carbon emissions by 10%, schools are being offered a package of new lighting, along… Read more »

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Cllr Warren Whyte with solar panels on County Hall roof

Greatmoor Opens Its Doors To The Public

Since it opened at the end of June last year, Greatmoor has welcomed over 700 visitors. These have included tour parties from local organisations such as Parish Councils, WIs, U3As, Lions Clubs, cubs and scouts and schools. You don’t need to be a member of a group to visit though. Greatmoor will be holding its first public guided… Read more »

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Aylesbury College visiting the grate

Emissions Data for December

The monthly emissions data from Greatmoor is made publically available every month. The emissions data for December is now available. Please visit the emissions page to view.  

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The stack

Over 500 visitors to Greatmoor Since July

Since the start of July, Greatmoor Visitor Centre has been open for visits from the local community. The first visitors included teachers, visiting the facility to see if the facility provides a suitable facility for their classes to visit, and the High Heavens Community Liaison Group. Since then Greatmoor has hosted over 500 visitors, including Parish Councils, WIs,… Read more »

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The visitor centre

Greatmoor officially opened by HRH The Duke of Gloucester

  Greatmoor Energy from Waste (EfW) facility was officially opened on 27th October by HRH The Duke of Gloucester KG GCVO. FCC Environment, one of the UK’s leading waste and resource management companies, and Buckinghamshire County Council opened the doors to the plant to showcase the development and explain the benefits it will deliver to… Read more »

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HRH Duke of Gloucester viewing the waste burning in the grate