Eni to support carbon capture from UK waste-to-energy


The UK subsidiary of global energy company Eni S.p.A, Eni UK, has signed a deal with energy-from-waste (EfW) business enfinium to support development of carbon capture and storage (CCS) at its Parc Adfer facility in North Wales.

Greenhouse gas emissions from landfills in the UK amounted to around 13.6 million metric tonnes in 2021. Working on behalf of councils across North Wales, enfinium diverts 200,000 tonnes of unrecyclable waste from landfill and uses it to generate energy to power more than 45,000 UK homes and business.

By integrating Eni’s carbon capture technology into its existing infrastructure, enfinium has the potential to remove over 100,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere each year, according to the company.

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