Converting Perth’s Waste into
sustainable energy

Overview​

The East Rockingham Waste to Energy Project is a 300,000 tonne-per-annum waste to energy facility under construction in Rockingham south of Perth. On completion, the facility will deliver a cost-effective waste treatment solution and a vital source of dispatchable renewable energy, whilst achieving a 96% diversion of residual waste from landfill.

Our Technology

Hitachi Zosen Inova (HZI) is a global leader in waste to energy (WTE), acting as an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor to deliver complete turnkey plants. The company has unrivalled experience in the waste to energy sector and has delivered projects in some of the worlds major cities such as London and Paris.

With over 500 reference plants, East Rockingham will be HZI’s first Australian project.

Waste to Energy

Waste has embodied energy and when we landfill waste the opportunity to efficiently recover that energy...

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Project Site

Located at 26 Office Rd, East Rockingham the 10-hectare site is located within the Kwinana Industrial...

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Waste to Energy

East Rockingham WTE will deliver environmental, economic and social benefits to the Perth community. Waste to energy delivers real climate change action, whilst creating around 50 jobs for the life of the project. With over 500 reference plants, East Rockingham will be HZI’s first Australian project. 

Landfill diversion
95.8%

Generating 28.9MW
of electricity per hour

50% deemed
renewable energy

Power for 36,000
homes

Learn more about the ERWTE project, the waste-to-energy process and the environmental and economic benefits it will have on the community.

Construction begins on East Rockingham WTE

After receiving Notice to Proceed on January 3rd 2020, construction of the $511m East Rockingham Waste to Energy project is underway. The first stage of the process is bulk civil works that will continue until...

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Community

Learn more about the ERWTE project, the waste-to-energy process and the environmental and economic benefits it will have on the community.

FAQ’s

We’ve shared some of our most frequently asked questions about...

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