A striking new recycling and energy recovery facility is entering the final phases of development as completion date draws ever closer.
And before the new building in east Leeds is officially opened the striking design has already scooped a major gong. The building, which is being built by Clugston-CNIM and will be operated by waste management company Veolia, won the Project of the Year gong at the National Structural Timber Awards.
Processing equipment, that will process the waste, is being installed at the facility in Leeds - which is due to open in Spring 2016.
Paul Gouland, marketing director at Leeds-based Clugston, told the YEP that work was progressing well at the site.