Wilton Efw

CDD Ltd were appointed to undertake various aspects of RC detailing on this and other Energy From Waste Plants.

Teesside Energy – also known as Teesside WTE power station or Haverton Hill incinerator – is a municipal waste incinerator and waste-to-energy power station.

Wilton Efw provides 29.2 megawatts(MW) of electricity for the National Grid by burning 390,000 tonnes of household and commercial waste a year. It is located on the River Tees at Haverton Hill, east of Billingham in North East England. Operated by SITA UK since its conception, the plant replaced the Portrack Incinerator and opened in 1998.

Our role in this project included the detailing of heavily reinforced pilecaps and raft foundation, a variety of ground bearing and suspended ground slabs, heavily reinforced main 4 storey bunker.

As you can see – with the volumes of waste going through this site each year, you want to know the structure is sound!