Trifyl (the municipal authority of waste collecting for Tarn, Herault, and Haute-Garonne area) planned to develop Labessiere-Candeil New Waste Unit Project, in Labessiere-Candeil, Midi-Pyrenees, France. Alliage Architects was the architecture/design consultant. A consortium of Urbaser Environnement, Socotrap, Albert & Fils, and Touja was the construction contractor. (Urbaser Environnement had the 5-year operating right of the new facility). The project covered the construction of a waste processing facility that could receive, sort and treat no less than 110000 t/y waste, which included 91000 t/y of household waste, 11000 t/y of mixed waste, and 8000 t/y of biowaste. This new facility would also be able to generate 64000 MWh/y of biogas, and more than 40000 MWh/y of heat. This project responded to the Trifyl Horizon 2030 Initiative. It aimed at reducing the amount of waste going to landfill, generating renewable energy (biogas), preventing organic matter form injecting into the soil, and developing the RdF sector (Refuse derived Fuel). It mainly processed waste from Tarn area, Haute-Garonne area, and Herault area. This project also promoted cooperation between France and China.