Frog Island, London
It has the mechanical biological treatment works of the East London Waste Authority. The facility turns 50% of processed waste into refuse-derived fuel, and recovers metals and glass. Now the area is separated by a ditch and forms a slight depression relative to the bank at only 2m AOD however was a more well-defined island at high tide at the mouth of the River Ingrebourne, that rises in Essex as the Weald Brook.
- 24dash.com - New 'green' era for London's waste as Frog Island opens. 19 April 2007.
- Havering London Borough Council - Council Members visit Frog Island Waste Management Facility. January 2006.
- Ordnance Survey map, courtesy of English Heritage Archived 24 April 2012 at the Wayback Machine.
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Note: Isle of Dogs is a peninsula
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