Plans to build a power plant with a 213 foot chimney in Swanscombe are being opposed by Dartford council over fears it will impact on Paramount Park.
Teal Energy has submitted plans for the plant, in Manor Way, that will produce renewable energy from non-recyclable commercial waste.
Dartford council has objected over the "incompatibility" of the idea, which would be built close to the planned Paramount Park scheme.
The 24/7 operation will be housed in two large steel-framed buildings.
The fuel will be received and stored in one building on the northern site, which will be 2,250m2 and 36 feet high.
This will be connected by conveyor to an energy plant housed in the building on the southern site, which will be 65 feet high and be 4,247m2 with a 213 foot chimney.
Once operational, it could produce enough electricity for 45,000 homes as well as powering Paramount Park.
Computer-generated image showing what Paramount Park could look like on the Swanscombe Peninsula
Proposals predict an average of 108 HGV deliveries to the site during a 12-hour period, which runs from 7am until 7pm - with routes including Stanhope Road and Swanscombe High Street.
Teal Energy says in it plans: "Our proposal differs from established energy from waste plans which traditionally have been mass incineration of non-recycled waste.
"We use clean, advanced conversion technology to generate renewable energy by converting residual recyclates, the material left after a recycling process, into an energy rich gas and using this to generate electricity. It is considered to be a virtually carbon neutral and clean technology."
Swanscombe and Greenhithe Town Council has also objected to the application because they are concerned about the environmental impact of the site and the impact of the gasses emitted.
Paramount park would be built on the peninsula with the power plant built just below the site
They also object to the application as it will "prejudice the proposals" for theme park on the Swanscombe Peninsula.
Planning officer Sonia Bunn said: "Concern has been raised that the proposal will be detrimental to the proposals for the theme park on Swanscombe Peninsula, but as a planning application has not been submitted for this development yet this cannot specifically be taken into account.
"However, the council's Core Strategy seeks the development of Swanscombe Peninsula to bring about benefits in the area and the current proposal is considered to be prejudicial to this."
The matter will be discussed by Dartford council at a meeting on Thursday night with the ultimate decision being made by Kent County Council at a later date.
The Paramount scheme will see the third-largest theme park in the world, built on the Swanscombe peninsula with Paramount Pictures supporting it.
If planning permission is approved, it is claimed there will be 17,000 jobs on the site with a further 10,000 jobs created to meet the demands of the park.
Fears were announced during consultation for a new lower Thames crossing which could go straight through the park site.
It was revealed during the public consultation that option B for a crossing was putting investors off.
Dartford council leader Jeremy Kite said: "We are meeting experienced and highly credible investors from the UK and overseas to talk about the great opportunities here and almost the first question they now ask is why the government is even thinking about a crossing at the Swanscombe peninsula."