In the week ending 2nd November 2018, AcuComm added 18 new projects and updated 29 in our database. These have a combined estimated value of US$5,107 million.
There are now 5,490 active projects in the AcuComm database, worth an estimated US$361.7 billion.
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Proposed development of a biorefinery
UPM has completed an environmental impact assessment (EIA) to determine the feasibility of a new biorefinery in Mussalo, Kotka. It is part of a pre-study phase that is expected to last a year.
Continue reading AcuComm’s Daily Full Access Project – Finland Biorefinery
Development of a plastic film recycling plant
A new project has been given approval in Granada to increase the rate of recycling of plastic film present in municipal solid waste by 62%. It will involve developing a semi-industrial plant that will process up to 10,000 tonnes of plastic film each year.
Continue reading AcuComm’s Daily Full Access Project – Spain Recycling Plant
Development of a plant to recycle batteries into micronutrients
Tracegrow has announced that its new battery recycling plant has been commissioned in Kärsämäki.
Continue reading AcuComm’s Daily Full Access Project – Finland Recycling Facility
China: Construction of a sewage sludge drying and incineration plant
ANDRITZ has received an order to supply a complete drying and incineration system to the Bailonggang wastewater treatment plant in Shanghai. As part of the contract, ANDRITZ will be providing its sludge handling technology and nine fluidised bed boilers, amongst other systems.
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Development of a phosphorus recovery facility
The Ringsend Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP), which treats most of the wastewater from the Greater Dublin area, is to be upgraded as part of a new project.
Continue reading AcuComm’s Daily Full Access Project – Ireland Recycling/Waste-to-Co-Product Facility
Construction of a WtE plant
The Maltese government has decided to proceed with the construction of a waste-to-energy (WtE) plant at the Maghtab waste complex. The project will be part of the country’s Waste Management Plan 2014-2020.
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Development of a waste recycling and disposal facility
The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) is redeveloping the Connecticut Solid Waste System Project (CSWSP), which is currently operating the CSWS Resource Recovery Facility (RRF), the MIRA/ReCommunity Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) and various waste transfer stations in the area. The site has been operational since 1988, but is approaching the end of its lifespan and therefore needs upgrading or replacing.
Last month, DEEP selected Sacyr Rooney Recovery Team to modernise the MRF, which will involve the refurbishment of the power block facility and construction of new sorting lines at the waste processing facility.
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In the week ended 17th November 2017, AcuComm added or updated 43 projects to our database. These have a combined estimated value of US$2,844 million. There were 17 new projects this week and 26 updates.
The total number of projects in the AcuComm database is now around 4,968. They have an estimated value of US$334.3 million or US$67 million on average.
- The UK was the leading country in the past week in terms of project value, accounting for US$750 million. This was equal to 26.4% of the total for the week.
- The leading company last week was BioGTS, a contractor/engineer based in Finland.
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Construction of a 1 MW biomass plant
Concord Blue Energy, who is developing a biomass plant in Eager, Apache County, AZ, has engaged Lockheed Martin for the design, engineering, procurement and construction of the facility. They will provide supporting services and resume construction of the plant, which first commenced in November 2016, during the first quarter of 2019.
Concord’s Reformer technology will be used at the plant and can convert nearly any type of organic waste into clean, sustainable energy. Rather than using incineration to convert waste materials, Concord’s patented technology uses heat transfer, making it unique to other waste-to-energy processes.
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