Construction of an AD plant at a distillery
Clearfleau has broken ground at the site of a new £3 million anaerobic digestion (AD) plant at the Inver House Balmenach distillery in Scotland.
130 cubic metres of whisky by-products will be used daily to produce 2,000 cubic metres of biogas. The biogas will be used to power a combined heat and power plant, which will make the site energy self-sufficient.
According to current scheduling, the plant will be operational by summer 2018.
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Germany: Renovation of a waste-to-energy plant
MVV Energie is planning to invest €100 million at its waste-to-energy (WtE) site in Friesenheimer Insel, Baden-Württemberg.
The company will be integrating its combined heat and power plant into the existing district heating network and will supply local enterprises with any heat recovered from the thermal waste.
On top of this, MVV is also investing in a new innovative plant for phosphorus recovery and the digitisation of the control room.
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France: Construction of a waste sorting centre
A consortium led by CNIM on behalf of Syctom is developing a new waste sorting centre in Clichy-Batignolles, Paris. The first stone to mark the start of construction was laid on 10th November, with the facility due to come into operation by 2019.
The sorting centre, which will be Syctom’s second in the city, will process the household waste from over 900,000 people to prepare it for recycling.
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Development of a biogas plant and district heating network
A new biogas plant, which has been developed for a cheese producing co-operative in Saint-Bonnet-de-Salers, has been completed and will generate between 0.3-0.5 MW of electricity. Just under 11,000 tonnes of animal effluent from farms around the cheese factory will be supplied to the plant.
As well as generating electricity, the plant has also been developed with the capacity to supply heat for a district heating network.
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Opening of a 150 tpd C&D waste recycling plant
A new recycling facility for construction and demolition (C&D) waste is now operational in Rohini, processing up to 150 tonnes each day. The facility, which was commissioned by the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation, will accept waste like concrete blocks, broken bricks, cement plaster, rubble, soil and more.
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Next up in our series of Company Briefings is the Saxlund International edition. Based at its HQ in Southampton, United Kingdom, the company’s principal roles within the industry are as equipment supplier and contractor/engineer. Currently, AcuComm holds 25 projects for the company in our database. These have a total estimated value of US$2,878 million, or US$115 million on average.
Key points from this Company Briefing:
- The overall annual capacity of the Saxlund International projects in our database is just under 5.8 million tonnes. This is equal to an average of 230,767 tonnes per project.
- AcuComm estimates that all 25 projects involve power generation in some form, amounting to a total of 789 MW.
- The company’s principal area of activity is incineration with energy recovery. This accounts for 79% of announced projects.
- The majority of projects for Saxlund are either operational or under construction. As of July 2017, ten projects were operational. A further 12 are under construction.
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Installation of a new 54 MW boiler at waste-to-energy plant
Fortum Värme, who operate a combined heat and power (CHP) plant for waste incineration in Stockholm, are looking to acquire a 54 MW grate-fired boiler plant for any untreated waste. The deadline for tenders is 8th August 2017.
Currently, the plant has six boilers; of which, four incinerate municipal solid waste. Of the remaining two, one is fired on industrial waste and the other bio-oil.
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Next up in our series of Global Waste Investment Fact Files is the Japan edition. As of February 2017, AcuComm was listing 101 waste projects in the country, with a total value of US$11,258 million, or US$111 million each.
Key points from this Fact File:
- Incineration (with energy recovery) is the leading project type, accounting for US$8,542 million or 76% of the total. This is followed by integrated/mixed facilities, accounting for US$1,283 million or 11% of the total.
- The total estimated capacity of these projects is 13.2 million tonnes. This is equal to 130,607 tonnes per project on average.
- This capacity is equal to 30% of Japan’s estimated annual waste generation, at 44.3 million tonnes or 351kg per person.
- Waste investments totalling US$8,208 million are expected to become operational over the next few years. This is currently expected to peak in 2020 at US$3,502 million.
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In the week ended 24th March 2017, AcuComm added 45 new or updated waste projects to our Business db database, worth an estimated US$5,423 million and feedstock capacity of just under 11 million tonnes.
This takes the total estimated investment value of projects to US$367.6 billion.
- The estimated power generation from these projects was 1,088 MW. WtE incineration was the largest category, accounting for 791 MW.
- The leading country in the past week was the USA with seven projects. This was followed by the UK with six and China with five.
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Switzerland: Development of a wood-fuelled biomass plant
Power utility, IWB, is building its second biomass-fired plant to provide further renewable energy for district heating in Basel. The company plans to invest around CHF 44.7 million in the construction, which commenced on 21st February 2017.
Once complete, the facility is expected to produce about 80 million kWh of heat and 27 million kWh of electricity.
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Sweden: Construction of recycling, biogas and thermal power plants
In January 2017, E.ON announced that it was to invest SEK 2.5 billion in a recycling plant in the Upplands-Bro Municipality in north-west Stockholm.
Construction of the facilities, including biogas and thermal power plants, is expected to begin in spring 2017. By integrating recycling and energy recovery in the same location, the materials that aren’t currently able to be re-used will become biogas, electricity and heat.
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Construction of a Resource Recovery Park
Back in October 2015, Peel Environmental revealed plans for a northern hub for energy, innovation and industry. The site at Protos, an energy park in Cheshire, was officially opened on 30th January 2017, marking the completion of Phase One of the development.
Now, focus is shifted to the construction of the biomass and WtE plants. Piling works for the biomass plant began in November 2015, with commissioning scheduled for October this year. This month, PowerHouse Energy announced that it had signed a memorandum of understanding with Peel Environmental to work together on the development, construction and operation of the WtE facility.
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