Construction of an 18 MW WtE facility
China Everbright International has announced that it is to undertake two projects in Lingshui Li to develop waste-to-energy (WtE) and a food waste treatment facilities. When completed, the WtE facility will be able to process up to 1,050 tonnes of household waste each day, which will generate 71,540,000 kWh of green electricity annually.
The two projects are expected to involve investment of approximately RMB 486 million.
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Conversion of a coal-fired power station to biomass
DONG Energy is to be granted DKK 422 million from Denmark to convert the Asnæs power station from using coal to biomass. Contracts have been awarded in recent weeks, with Valmet to supply the biomass boiler plant and BMH Technology to supply and install a complete biofuel handling plant.
It is currently expected that the plant will be handed over to DONG Energy by the end of 2019.
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After such a brilliant show in 2016, the AcuComm team had high hopes for RWM this year, and it certainly didn’t disappoint! Europe’s leading event for the waste, energy, recycling and water sectors once again filled the NEC in Birmingham with thousands of visitors, all looking to network, learn and do business, with a view to building a more resource-efficient future.
It was great to see so many visitors stop by our stand to find out a bit more about AcuComm and explore how we support the global waste, bioenergy and recycling industries.
Take a look below to see some of our highlights from the three days.
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Construction of a 300,000 tpa biomass plant
China Everbright Greentech has secured a contract for the development of a biomass electricity and heat cogeneration project in Guoyang, Anhui Province. The facility will have a throughput of 300,000 tonnes, which will generate around 200,000,000 kWh of electricity each year.
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Next up in our series of Global Waste Investment Fact Files is the Hungary edition. As of August 2017, AcuComm was listing eight projects in the country, with a value of US$134 million, or US$17 million each.
Key points from this Fact File:
- Recycling is the leading project type, accounting for US$126 million or 94% of the total. This is followed by integrated/mixed facilities, accounting for US$8 million or 6% of the total.
- The total estimated capacity of these projects is 0.7 million tonnes. This is equal to 87,313 tonnes per project on average.
- This capacity is equal to 19% of Hungary’s estimated annual waste generation at 3.7 million tonnes.
- All projects currently listed for Hungary are in operation.
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Development of a waste incineration and power plant project
Hitachi Zosen Inova and Makyol Construction Industry Tourism and Trade have signed a contract with Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (IMM) for the development of a waste incineration and power generation facility in the city.
This project will involve developing Turkey’s first waste-to-energy (WtE) plant for municipal solid waste, which in turn will also be the largest of its kind in Europe. From 2021, the facility will process around 1 million tonnes of waste each year and generate up to 70 MW of electricity.
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In the week ended 15th September 2017, AcuComm added 41 new or updated waste projects to our Business db, worth an estimated US$5,050 million and feedstock capacity of just over 11 million tonnes.
This takes the total investment value to US$390 billion.
- MSW was the leading feedstock type reported on in the past week, accounting for an estimated 6.6 million tonnes, or 60.2% of the total. This was followed by wood with 2.1 million tonnes or 18.9%.
- The leading country in the past week was the UK, with 11 projects reported on. This was followed by the USA with eight and Turkey with three.
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Construction of a 65 MWe WtE facility
The Environment Agency (EA) has granted a draft environmental permit to Covanta, who are looking to develop a 65 MWe waste-to-energy (WtE) plant near Stewartby, Bedfordshire. The company will be working in partnership with Veolia, who will provide waste for the plant.
The facility will have capacity to process over 500,000 tonnes of municipal, commercial and industrial waste each year, enough to power up to 75,000 homes. It will also be able to export steam to support a local district heating system.
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Japan: Construction of a 50 MW biomass plant
Last month, Takuma announced that it had received a contract for the construction of a biomass power plant in Hilda City, Aichi Prefecture. It will use wood chips and palm kernels as feedstock to generate around 50 MW of power.
Completion of the facility is scheduled for September 2019.
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Canada: Construction of an anaerobic digestion plant
Mark Bell, Director of Petawawa Biofuel, has revealed to AcuComm that they are planning to construct an anaerobic digestion plant at the Eco-Park Industrial Site in Ontario.
The plant will process agricultural and food materials to produce renewable natural gas (RNG) and digestate that will be sold as an organic liquid fertiliser.
After receiving local municipal approval last month, Petawawa Biofuel will now commence permitting with the provincial government.
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Construction of an integrated waste management facility
The Environment Agency (EA) has officially approved Gent Fairhead’s application for the development of an integrated waste management facility in Witham, Essex.
The 25.3-hectare site will feature an anaerobic digestion (AD) plant, a materials recovery facility (MRF), mechanical biological treatment (MBT) facility, a combined heat and power (CHP) plant and a paper pulping facility. Visitors will also be able to see the site with a dedicated visitor centre.
The approval comes 9 months on from the EA’s initial refusal of Gent Fairhead’s application, as they believed that the proposed 35-metre stack was insufficient.
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