Veolia’s Ajka power plant generates electricity, district heat and industrial steam. The annual fuel demand of Ajka power plant is approximately 600,000 tons, which is largely provided from renewable energy sources: woody biomass, agricultural and sawmill by-products. In addition, to a lesser extent we use SRF (Solid Recovered Fuel) in the power plant in accordance with the relevant permit issued by the regulatory authority. SRF is a blend of paper and plastic, the material of which is no longer recyclable, and has undergone a rigorous testing and product qualification process. The use of this chlorine-free commercially available fuel is widely accepted in Europe, as it has favourable environmental indicators while it can replace significant amounts of fossil fuels.