Japan: Construction of a 228 tpd WtE facility
Hitachi Zosen has signed a ¥24.7 billion design-build-operate contract with the Asakawa Seiyu Environment Association for the construction of a waste-to-energy (WtE) facility in Hino City, Tokyo, with a waste throughput of 228 tonnes per day.
The facility will be operated by Asakawa Environment Technology, a special purpose company set up by the two joint venture partners in conjunction with Hitz Environmental Services.
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Denmark: Development of Denmark’s largest biogas plant
NGF Nature Energy has announced that groundwork has started on the construction of a new biogas plant in Korskro. NGF Nature Energy is undertaking the project in association with Sydvestjysk Biogas, a collective of 100 livestock farmers who will supply feedstock, primarily in the form of manure and deep litter, to the plant.
When completed, the plant will be Denmark’s largest biogas facility, processing 710,000 tonnes of waste per annum. Biogas production is expected to total 22 million cubic metres per annum, which will be fed into the Danish natural gas network.
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