New Investment Review: Waste-to-Fuel

In July 2021, AcuComm reported on 14 new waste-to-fuel projects with a cumulative value of US$927 million. These projects, located in Canada, Ecuador, France, Sweden, the UK and the USA, will bring 2.3 million tonnes of new fuel capacity online annually.

Over the 12-month period (August 2020 to July 2021),  AcuComm reported a total of 109 new waste-to-fuel projects with an aggregated annual capacity of over 27 million tonnes. Europe and the Americas were the principal areas of investment, with the USA, the UK and Canada the leading countries in terms of investment value.

NIR W2F Aug 2021

Each month, AcuComm presents headline sector data in its Waste-to-Fuel New Investment Review, one of a series of six complimentary reports which provide a strategic snapshot of the very latest activity in a specific area of the global waste and bioenergy markets.

The New Investment Review series includes:

  • Waste-to-Energy
  • Plastic Recycling
  • Waste Processing
  • Landfill
  • AD/Biogas
  • Waste-to-Fuel

If the New Investment Review series is of interest, but feel that you need to delve deeper in order to develop your commercial strategy and marketing plans, you may wish to consider AcuComm’s Waste Market Insightsa monthly service that presents a wealth of comprehensive information including industry forecasts, historical data and insights which can be used to identify key trends across technologies, feedstocks and geographies, measured by outputs, values, capacities, volumes etc.

All the data in Waste Market Insights and the New Investment Review series derives from AcuComm’s WasteView Contract Finder, its  proprietary database of 8,500+ waste and bioenergy projects around the world.

If you would like to find out more, please contact either:

Rob / 44 (0)7399 863 765 / [email protected], or

Oliwia / 44 (0)7399 863 806 / [email protected]

New Investment Review series expanded with Waste-to-Fuel

AcuComm has expanded its free New Investment Review reports series with the addition of a new title dedicated to waste-to-fuel projects.

In May 2021, AcuComm reported on 6 new waste-to-fuel projects with a cumulative value of US$440 million. These projects, located in India, Indonesia, Italy and the USA, will bring over 2 million tonnes of new fuel capacity online annually.

Over the 12-month period (June 2020 to May 2021),  AcuComm reported a total of 96 new waste-to-fuel projects with an aggregated annual capacity of over 30 million tonnes. Europe and the Americas were the principal areas of investment, with the USA and Canada the leading countries in terms of investment value.

% Value of New Projects by Region (June 2020 to May 2021)

NIR May 21

Each month, AcuComm presents headline sector data in its Waste-to-Fuel New Investment Review, one of a series of six complimentary reports which provide a strategic snapshot of the very latest activity in a specific area of the global waste and bioenergy markets.

The New Investment Review series includes:

  • Waste-to-Energy
  • Plastic Recycling
  • Waste Processing
  • Landfill
  • AD/Biogas
  • Waste-to-Fuel

If the New Investment Review series is of interest, but feel that you need to delve deeper in order to develop your commercial strategy and marketing plans, you may wish to consider AcuComm’s Waste Market Insightsa monthly service that presents a wealth of comprehensive information including industry forecasts, historical data and insights which can be used to identify key trends across technologies, feedstocks and geographies, measured by outputs, values, capacities, volumes etc.

All the data in Waste Market Insights and the New Investment Review series derives from AcuComm’s WasteView Contract Finder, its  proprietary database of 8,500+ waste and bioenergy projects around the world.

If you would like to find out more, please contact either:

Rob / 44 (0)7399 863 765 / [email protected], or

Oliwia / 44 (0)7399 863 806 / [email protected]

Currently Trending: Biofuel, Plastics Recycling & Biomass.

US$2,686 million worth of projects were covered by our researchers last week, including 16 new projects and 20 updates.

The top waste trends included:

  • Aviation fuel projects – including Europe’s first dedicated plant for the production of sustainable aviation fuel, bioLPG and naphtha in Delfzijl.
  • Plastic  recycling in Europe – including six innovative projects selected for government backing in Wallonie.
  • Biomass in Brazil – including a new biomass boiler for a pulp plant in Ortigueira, Paraná.

Click on the above trends to access a real-time project search in the AcuComm database.

AcuComm’s Daily Full Access Project – Ukraine Biofuel District Heating Network

Installation of biofuel boilers for a district heating system.

In the latest update on Lutskteplo’s district heating network upgrade, EBRD announced last month that it was inviting tenders for the installation of 3.4 km of pre-insulated pipes for ‘Network 2′, with a closing date of 20th March.

EBRD, also revealed that tendering for the following would be expected to start in the first quarter of 2018:

  • Individual heat substations;
  • Modernisation of boiler houses and CHS;
  • Rehabilitation and replacement of district heating networks ( Installation of pre-insulated pipes);
  • Monitoring and dispatching system (SCADA).

As well as this, Progress 92 is nearing completion of its contract for the decommissioning of the basement boilers and Enertex is expected to complete the biofuel installation by June.

For more details of this project, click here.

AcuComm’s Daily Full Access Project – Canada Residuals Treatment Facility

Construction of a residuals treatment facility as part of WWTP project.

It was announced this week (6th February 2018) that Hartland Resource Management Group have been awarded the contract to design, build, finance, operate and maintain the RTF facility, as part of the ongoing WWTP project, in Saanich, Canada.

The contract will see HRMG partner with the CRD for a 20-year operations and maintenance term; which will involve responsibility for producing  thermally dried biosolid products in the form of granules. The new facility will have the capacity to treat over 14,000 dry tonnes of residuals per year over the 20-year term of the contract.

Construction is expected to begin in spring 2018, with the project set for completion in winter 2020.

For more details of this project, click here.