Representatives sought for Ørsted’s Renescience Northwich local liaison committee

Ørsted is seeking a volunteer to join their local liaison committee, which aims to gather feedback and opinions from local residents and provide information to the community.

The committee, which was formed in 2016, is formed of a group of volunteers from the local community – residents, businesses and councillors – and was set up in order to promote communications about Renescience Northwich.

A vacancy has become available on the committee, which meets one evening four times a year, and the group is now looking for a replacement.

Mark Williams, the Head of Site at Ørsted Renescience Northwich, said: “The local liaison committee has proven a successful way of sharing information and answering questions from the local community regarding the first of its kind technology’’.

“Ørsted is committed to maintaining regular communication with residents and businesses, answering questions, listening and keeping people informed – we hope that a representative from the local community is keen to join the committee and take an active role.”

Places on the committee are limited and Ørsted would like to ensure that all areas of interest are represented.  Those interested in joining are asked to email to request an application form.

The deadline for responses is Thursday 16th December 2021.

Based at Lostock Works, the Northwich Renescience Plant is a new waste treatment facility, which turns household waste into green energy and recyclables. The plant uses Ørsted’s patented Renescience technology and is the first full-scale bio plant in the world capable of processing household waste through enzymes, mechanical sorting and anaerobic digestion.