Brazil – Biomass Plant
Development of a wood-fuelled biomass plant
The State Environmental Protection Agency has issued a construction licence for a new biomass plant in Cambará do Sul, allowing work to start.
The facility will have the capacity to process over 700,000 tonnes of forestry and sawmill waste each year, producing 50 MW of electricity.
Catch up on the latest from this project.
Belarus – Biogas Plants
Construction of three biogas plants
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) will be providing a US$11.3 million loan for the construction of two biogas plants in Belarus.
The plants will be situated in Brest and Minsk and will generate 23.6 GWh of clean energy each year.
Construction is expected to start in Spring, alongside another biogas plant in Brest which is being funded by a local bank. Operations are expected to begin by the end of 2019.
Find out more about this project.
With 2019 promising to be another groundbreaking year, it’s paramount that businesses who operate in or sell into the waste, bioenergy and recycling industries keep up-to-date with where investments are being made.
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In our latest Global Waste Investment Fact File, we’re switching the focus to Colombia and eight waste projects currently listed in the country. These have a total value of US$503 million, or US$63 million on average.
Key points from this Fact File
- Biofuel is the leading project type, accounting for US$414 million or 82% of the total. This is followed by ‘other’ which accounts for US$44 million or 9% of the total.
- The total estimated capacity of these projects is 2 million tonnes. This is equal to 255,097 tonnes per project on average and 16% of Colombia’s estimated annual waste generation.
- Waste investments totalling US$186 million are expected to become operational over the next few years.
See the full list of projects in Colombia.
Construction of an aviation biofuel demonstration plant
A new demonstration plant for the production of aviation biofuel has been completed in Yokohama City, following just over two years of construction.
Continue reading AcuComm’s Daily Full Access Project – Japan Biofuel Plant
In the week ending 12th October 2018, AcuComm added 18 new projects and updated 32 in our database. These have a combined estimated value of US$4,257 million.
There are now 5,438 active projects with a value of US$358.6 billion.
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Continue reading Weekly Projects Update – 50 new/updated projects, worth an estimated US$4,257m
Expansion of a hazardous waste landfill
Ferrovial Agromán has been awarded a contract for the expansion of the hazardous waste landfill in Serin, Gijon. The extension will involve adapting a new controlled deposit area, which will increase capacity by 250,000 cubic metres.
Continue reading AcuComm’s Daily Full Access Project – Spain Landfill
The focus for our next Global Waste Investment Fact File falls on Portugal. As of February 2018, AcuComm was listing 8 projects in the country. These have a total value of US$334 million or US$42 million each.
Continue reading Global Waste Investment Fact File 2018: Portugal
Japan: Construction of WtE and waste treatment facilities
JFE Engineering is to undertake the design-build-operate contract for new waste-to-energy (WtE) and incombustible waste treatment facilities in Japan. Located in Azumino, Nagano Prefecture, the facilities will have a combined throughput of 63 tonnes per day.
Continue reading #Editors’Pick – WtE and hazardous waste facilities
Reunion: Construction of a household waste sorting, recycling and recovery plant
SUEZ has announced that its subsidiary, Inovest, is to undertake a new project for the sorting, multi-channel treatment and recovery of household waste in Reunion.
Continue reading #Editors’Pick – Waste sorting facilities in Reunion & Sweden
Construction of an 8 MW biomass plant
Ryomgård Fjernvarmeværk has ordered a new straw-fuelled district heating biomass plant from Linka Energy. The plant will have a silo for the storage of 14 day’s supply.
Continue reading AcuComm’s Daily Full Access Project – Denmark Biomass Plant