Germany – AD Plant
Construction of an organic waste Kompogas plant
Hitachi Zosen Inova (HZI) is to construct a plug-flow anaerobic digester with gas conditioning at a composting plant owned by Entsorgungswirtschaft Soest.
The facility, located in Anröchte, will process 15,000 tonnes of organic waste annually, producing biogas which will be fed into two cogeneration plants. The composting unit will use any heat produced, while the 3.5 GWh of electricity generated will be enough to supply 1,100 households.
Construction is due to begin in May 2019.
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Poland – WtE Facility
Construction of a WtE facility
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) will be providing funding for a new waste-to-energy (WtE) plant in Olsztyn.
Expected to cost around PLN 1.65 billion, the facility will incinerate refuse-derived fuel (RDF) to generate 1,350.7 TJ of energy each year. Hazardous waste produced as a result of the incineration process (fly ash etc.) will be processed at a plant on-site and transferred to a separate waste management facility.
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Construction of an anaerobic digestion/biogas plant
A2A Ciclo Idrico recently commissioned a new anaerobic digestion/biogas-fuelled combined heat and power (CHP) plant, with an electrical capacity of 330 kW.
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In the week ending 1st June 2018, AcuComm added 11 new projects and updated 24 in our database. These have a combined estimated value of US$3,057 million.
This has brought the total number of active projects to 5,075 and adds up to a total estimated value of US$346.9 million.
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Continue reading Weekly Projects Update – 35 new/updated projects, worth an estimated US$3,057m
Construction of a 25 MW WtE facility
Earlier this month, it was revealed that China Everbright International had secured a contract to undertake the Ji’an Waste-to-Energy Project.
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Construction of a 9.9 MW biomass plant
Sakol Energy (SKE) is to invest around THB 789.84 million in a biomass power plant project in Phrae Province. 8 MW of the 9.9 MW the plant will produce will be sold to the Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) as they aim to use more renewable energy resources.
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Development of an e-waste recycling facility
Operations have begun at Hinckley Recycling’s e-waste recycling facility in Ojota, Lagos. The government approved project aims to confront the problem of informal recycling of electronics by processing up to 20,000 tonnes of waste each year.
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AcuComm’s Chief Data Analyst, Andy Crofts, gives us a round-up of this week’s chosen country focus for the Global Waste Investment Fact File.
Next up in our series of our Global Waste Investment Fact Files is the South Korea edition. AcuComm currently lists 28 waste projects in the country. These have a total value of US$2,593 million or US$93 million each.
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In the week ending 16th February 2018, AcuComm added or updated 48 projects in our database. These have a combined estimated value of US$3,370 million. There were 19 new projects and 29 updates.
Continue reading Weekly Projects Update – 48 new/updated projects, worth an estimated US$3,370m
Investment in a biomass cogeneration plant
Last month, Kruger announced that it will be investing C$4.8 million in its biomass cogeneration plant located in Sherbrooke, Québec. As part of the project, Kruger will also be diversifying operations at its Brompton and Wayagamack Mills into speciality niches.
A new entity, Kruger Speciality Papers Holding LP, has been formed comprising of the biomass plant and the two mills and will invest C$107.5 million over the next three years to carry out the project.
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Construction of a C&D recycling plant
Ramky Enviro Engineers has been selected to undertake the collection, transportation and processing of waste at a new recycling plant in Nagole, Hyderabad.
15 acres of an old dump site is to be used for the plant, which will process around 200 of the 500 tonnes of construction debris produced by the Greater Hyderabad region each day.
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