The Runcorn Energy from Waste facility is a project of TPSCo and VIC – a joint venture comprising INOVYN, John Laing and Viridor, with funding from a combination of public and private finance. The facility is operated by Viridor.
INOVYN is a global manufacturer of petrochemicals, speciality chemicals and oil products. It comprises 15 businesses each with a major chemical company heritage. Its production network spans 51 manufacturing facilities in 11 countries throughout the world.
INOVYN is a 50/50 Joint Venture that combines the respective chlorvinyls activities of INEOS and Solvay. The combination, formed in July 2015, has created a PVC producer that ranks among the top three worldwide. It builds on the strengths of both our companies’ industrial assets; the skills of our teams; and the complementarity of our geographical presence in order to enhance competitiveness.
John Laing Plc is a leading international infrastructure investor and asset manager, principally for the public sector. By combining its skill in the management of development risk; project financing; and asset management and operations with those of its chosen partners and the project supply chain, it has built an enviable reputation as a market leader in privately financed infrastructure. John Laing’s key target sectors include waste; renewable energy; roads and rail; health; and social infrastructure (including schools and social housing), focusing on markets in North America, the UK, Continental Europe and the Asia Pacific region.