US: Development of a waste recycling and disposal facility
In Connecticut, the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) have been working towards redeveloping the Connecticut Solid Waste System Project (CSWSP).
Last month, Sacyr Rooney Recovery Team was selected to modernise the Materials Innovation and Recycling Authority’s (MIRA) materials recovery facility in Hartford, which will involve the refurbishment of the power block facility.
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Lithuania: Construction of a co-generation power plant
Lietuvos Energija has reported that they have been issued with a construction permit to allow contractors to start laying foundations of their new power plant. It was originally hoped that construction would begin in the first quarter of 2017, but as the Municipality was still finalising details of the height of the building, this was consequently delayed.
Work is now scheduled to be completed towards the end of 2019/early 2020.
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Expansion of biofuel pellet production facilities
Last month, KSG Agro revealed that their new biomass pellet plant in Novopokrovka is expected to be put into operation before the next heating season after expansion works were completed.
The company uses nearby land to grow miscanthus, which is used as a feedstock at the facility. When operational, around 2,400 tonnes of pellets will be produced each year.
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Next up in our series of Company Briefings is the CP Global edition. Based at its HQ in California, with subsidiaries across the USA, the company’s principal roles within the industry are as equipment supplier and contractor/engineer. Currently, AcuComm holds 15 projects for the company and its subsidiaries in our database, with a total value of US$323 million, or $22 million on average.
Key points from this Company Briefing:
- The overall annual capacity of these projects is just under 2.5 million tonnes, equal to an average of 163,394 tonnes per project.
- The company’s principal areas of activity are recycling and waste processing. These account for 89% and 11% of investment values in the database, respectively.
- Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) is by far the leading feedstock for their projects, accounting for 1.7 million tonnes or 80% of the total. Metal recycling accounts for a further 15%.
- The majority of our projects (13) for CP Global are operational, worth US$307 million. A further two projects worth US$16 million are currently in the planning phases.
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Development of a waste processing business park
Last month, it was announced that companies had been selected by the Kent County Department of Public Works (DPW) to develop the master plan for a sustainable business park on the South Kent Landfill site. Gershman, Bricker & Bratton (GBB), Fishbeck, Thompson, Carr & Huber and Stern Brothers & Co. are all involved in the assignment.
If the project goes ahead, it will involve the repurposing of 200 acres of future landfill to attract waste conversion processes, such as gasification and anaerobic digestion, to West Michigan.
Full information on this project, including decision-maker contact details, is now available to access in full for the next 7 days. Click here to take a look.
Construction of a new landfill cell
At a meeting held last month, the Planning Commission of Suffolk County, VA, agreed to seek permission to construct a new landfill cell at the existing 833-acre regional site. If approved by the City Council, the new cell will provide an additional 10.8 million cubic yards of disposal capacity for the landfill, which will lengthen the operating life of the facility.
You can take a look at the full details of this project by clicking here.
Construction of a 36 MW WtE plant
China Everbright International has revealed that it’s Dongguan Machong WtE plant successfully passed its ‘72+24’ hour trial towards the end of June. Handover to the investor has been completed and the plant is now fully operational.
The facility will process up to 1,500 tonnes of household waste each day using three mechanic grate furnaces. Current expectations are for it to generate around 160,000,000 kWh of green electricity annually.
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Development of a demonstration sewage waste-to-biofuel plant
A group of 12 organisations are partnering together on the TO-SYN-FUEL project, which will develop a demonstration plant in Rotterdam to turn waste biomass into synthetic fuels and hydrogen.
Fraunhofer UMSICHT will co-ordinate the project and will also be providing their thermo-catalytic reforming (TCR) technology for the production of the fuels.
Under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 programme, the project has been awarded funding to run for 48 months from May 2017.
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Construction of a 14.4 MW WtE facility
Back in 2014, Wheelabrator Technologies was selected to develop a new waste-to-energy (WtE) facility on the Deeside Industrial Estate in Wales. The plant is expected to be used to treat residual waste from regions in North Wales, totalling approximately 200,000 tonnes per annum. Once operational, it will generate around 133 GWh of electricity – enough to power 30,000 homes in the area.
At the start of May 2017, CNIM announced that it has been awarded the contract for the turnkey design and construction phases of the project. It is scheduled to commence operations in 2019.
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Construction of a biomass CHP plant
This month, it was announced that Amec Foster Wheeler has been awarded the contract for the design, supply and assembly of a circulating fluidised bed (CFB) steam generator plant to the biogas facility. It will be designed to burn up to 100% of biofuel, consisting of mainly wood chips and forest industry by-products.
Construction on the facility began in September 2016, with commissioning expected by the end of 2019.
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Construction of a recycling & WtE facility
Since construction work commenced for a recycling & WtE facility in Glasgow commenced in 2013, the project has been dealt with a number of issues and delays. After issuing a trading update inciting problems in May 2016, Interserve announced towards the end of the year that it had been served notice of termination on the project. Last week, it was revealed that Doosan Babcock will replace Interserve as the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor.
As of mid-2015, the build was 70% complete, with Doosan Babcock now finalising an assessment and project plan for it to be completed.
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