Our first job opportunity

We are now recruiting for a Community Liaison Manager, the first job created by our project. This is a varied and public-facing role, requiring energy, empathy and a good knowledge of the local area. We are only advertising locally and more information is available on request.

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dealing with waste today for a better tomorrow
dealing with waste today for a better tomorrow
dealing with waste today for a better tomorrow
MVV Wave

Turbine in a field

what is energy from waste?

Energy from Waste (or EfW) is the generation of partly renewable electricity and/or usable heat from non-recyclable waste that would otherwise go to landfill in the UK, or to other countries as ‘Refuse Derived Fuel.’

Like any power plant, the heat from the burning waste is used to boil water and generate steam which turns a turbine to drive a generator. Efficiencies can be increased if some of the steam can be used for heating, for example for industrial processes such as cooking food.

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project overview

project overview

UK-based company MVV Environment Ltd plans to develop a new energy from waste combined heat and power facility generating electricity and steam on land at Algores Way, Wisbech. If successful, a new company, to be called ‘MVV Environment Medworth,’ will be looking to employ local people to help build, operate and maintain the facility.

The proposed energy from waste combined heat and power facility will divert over half a million tonnes of non-recyclable waste from landfill every year, generating over 50 megawatts of electricity and offering the opportunity to supply steam to local factories. 

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Adam Din QHSE Intern

meet our people

At our newest facility in Dundee, construction is almost complete and we have recruited a new team to operate and maintain it. As with our other facilities in Devonport, Plymouth and Ridham Dock, Kent, we have employed people from the local area where possible.

Have a look at the videos on this page to see what our people have to say about working in the industry

Barry Connor QHSE Intern

James Tullett EC&I Technician

Kenny Dow Maintenance Manager

Kevin Crichton Shift Manager

Simon Norris Operations Manager

Steven Esposito Maintenance Engineer

a selection of frequently asked questions

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