The Peel Energy-from-Waste plant is one of the first of its kind in Canada, and currently the only one operating in Ontario. The facility includes a tipping floor used to receive and hold solid waste. The facility is designed to incinerate non-recyclable materials, including municipal solid waste to produce steam. The steam, in turn, is used to drive a turbine generator to produce electricity. Six integrated operating systems are in place at this state-of-the-art facility including: a recyclable material recovery system, incinerators, heat recovery boilers, one turbine generator/condenser, air pollution control systems, and a continuous emission monitoring system. The Peel EFW facility is designed to operate 24 hours per day, 365 days per year and to generate up to 15 MW of electricity. The rated capacity is 500 tonnes per day of processed solid waste. The electrical energy produced at the facility is sold to the Provincial utility under a long term Power Purchase Agreement. This facility was constructed within time and budget parameters, on a green site.