Construction of an organic waste Kompogas plant
Hitachi Zosen Inova has revealed that it has been awarded a tender for the construction of a plug-flow anaerobic digester with gas conditioning. It will be installed at Entsorgungswirtschaft Soest’s composting plant in Anröchte.
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Construction of MBT facility
Sacyr has completed financing for the development of a new mechanical and biological treatment (MBT) plant, which will process municipal organic waste in Dandenong South, Melbourne.
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Development of a manure processing facility
The Province of Overijssel has outlined plans for the construction of a manure processing plant at the Elhorst-Vloedbelt landfill site in Zenderen.
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UK – WtE Facility
Development of a 102 MWe gasification facility
Alternative Use Boston Projects is planning to develop a waste-to-energy (WtE) gasification facility in Boston, Lincolnshire, located adjacent to a biomass plant currently under construction.
The facility will use refuse-derived fuel (RDF) as feedstock, comprising of household waste and residual output from recycling facilities that cannot be processed further. Up to 102 MW of electricity will be produced, 80 MW of which will be supplied to the National Grid.
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France – Waste Management Facility
Redevelopments to include WtE, sorting and SRF facilities
Veolia has renewed its contract with the Greater Nantes authority to continue operations of the Couëron Waste Treatment and Recovery Center (CTVD), which it has managed since it was commissioned back in 1994.
As part of the contract, Veolia will undertake €45 million worth of capital works, covering a WtE plant, collection sorting centre and solid recovered fuel (SRF) production unit.
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Development of landfill and gas recovery facilities
The Greater Amman Municipality (GAM) is in the process of making investments in its municipal infrastructure, involving the expansion of a landfill and new leachate lagoons.
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Construction of a 0.5 MW AD plant
Weltec has announced that its new anaerobic digestion (AD) plant in Benburb, Northern Ireland, is nearing completion. The company expects it to go live in the summer.
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Construction of a 9.2 MW biomass plant
Satun Green Power Company’s new 9.2 MW biomass plant has officially started commercial operations and is now generating electricity.
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Development of four biogas combined heat and power plants
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is to finance the construction of four biogas combined heat and power plants (CHPs) in the Grondo and Brest regions of Belarus.
Once implemented, the facilities will generate 32 GWh of electricity and reduce CO2 emissions by 15,300 tonnes each year.
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Construction of an aerobic digestion facility
Hepburn Shire Council has secured funding for an aerobic digestion plant that will produce heat and electricity from food waste. Stage one of the development; which is being heralded as the first of its kind in Australia, is expected to begin shortly, and completion is scheduled for the end of 2019.
When complete, the facility will help to reduce waste costs for the local authority.
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Construction of a new biodiesel plant
BDI – Bioenergy International has announced that it will be constructing a new biodiesel plant in Bakersfield, CA, which will be the first of its kind in the US. The facility will be owned by Crimson Renewable Energy and will mainly process fats, oil and grease to produce high-quality biodiesel.
BDI will use their patented RepCAT technology at the plant, which features a low-cost recyclable catalyst and the flexibility of processing different feedstocks.
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