UK pellet storage project presses on
A multi-million wood pellet storage facility is still a real concern at the Port of Liverpool, UK.
The two-stage facility, to be built by Peel Ports, is reportedly costing £60 million (€68.6 million) during phase one and will be able to store 100,000 tonnes of pellets to supply a biomass power station planned at the port.
The new storage facility is expected to be housed at Alexandra Dock Three, which has a old grain terminal at its site.
The overall project is set to come in around £150 million and ultimately have room for 350,000 tonnes of pellets upon completion.