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New Earth Solutions Group has sold its business and assets out of administration to Dm Opco, securing 143 jobs at its five waste composting sites.
New Earth Solutions has won planning permission to build an energy-from-waste plant at Cranford in Dorset by 2015.
New Earth Solutions has won planning permission to build an anaerobic digestion plant in Avonmouth by 2013, fuelled by 50,000 tonnes of food waste a year.
New Earth Solutions is to build a 45,000 tonne-a-year MBT waste treatment plant in Galashiels, having agreed a new £80m deal with Scottish Borders Council.
New Earth Solutions has won permission to build a mechanical biological treatment facility in Widnes and a 10MW waste-to-energy pyrolysis plant at Winfrith in Dorset.
New Earth Group is to raise £15m in a share placing to fund the development of new power plants to generate energy from waste, and the company is due to open a new waste treatment plant in Avonmouth in 2011.
New Earth Solutions is planning to build a £40m waste recycling plant in Avonmouth next year, and hopes to open up to 20 plants over the next five years.
New Earth Solutions has bought the Bioganix in-vessel composting facility at Sharpness Dock in Gloucestershire out of administration for undisclosed terms.
New Earth Solutions is planning to build a food waste composting plant at Willow Farm in Bristol by 2010.
New Earth Solutions is looking to develop a further five in-vessel composting plants to treat organic and household waste throughout the country by 2009, having recently secured £50m of funding from Norddeutsche Landesbank.