Currently Trending: WtE, Biofuel & Recycling Facilities

US$2,848 million worth of projects were covered by our researchers last week, including 17 new additions and 34 updates.

The top waste trends included:

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AcuComm’s Daily Full Access Project – Russia Recycling Plant

Development of a pilot plant for smelting iron-containing waste

Last month, the National University of Science and Technology and Vtoraluminprodukt launched the world’s first metallurgical furnace which will process 16,000 tonnes of iron-containing industrial and solid waste each year.

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AcuComm’s Daily Full Access Project – Singapore Waste Management Facility

Development of a waste management facility & water reclamation plant

The National Environment Agency (NEA) and Public Utilities Board (PUB) are collaborating to develop waste management and water reclamation facilities in Tuas.

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AcuComm’s Daily Full Access Project – China Biogas Plant

Construction of a dry digestion biogas plant

BioGTS is to supply a dry digestion biogas plant to a location in central China. It will process around 31,000 tonnes of agricultural biomass, such as maize and straw, per annum.

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#Editors’Pick – Organic waste & WtE facilities

Argentina: Development of organic waste facilities

The European Investment Bank (EIB) is to provide over €42.2 million to finance the investment needed for the treatment of 200,000 tonnes of waste in Jujuy Province.

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AcuComm’s Daily Full Access Project – China WtE Facility

Construction of a 20 MW WtE facility

Towards the end of last month, it was announced that construction had begun on the Haiyan Waste-to-Energy Project in Zhejiang Province. China Everbright International will be investing in the project and building the WtE plant, which will have an eventual processing capacity of 1,200 tonnes.

The gas emissions from the plant will be fully compliant with the Euro 2010 standard.

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AcuComm’s Daily Full Access Project – Hong Kong Waste Management Facility

Construction of a WtE and mechanical treatment facility

Keppel Infrastructure Holdings and China Harbour Engineering Company have secured a project to design, build and operate an Integrated Waste Management Facility (IWMF) in Shek Kwu Chau. The facility will be the first of its kind to process municipal solid waste in Hong Kong.

The IWMF, which will comprise of a waste-to-energy plant, a mechanical treatment plant, ancillary facilities, desalination and wastewater treatment plants, will help to extend the life of landfills in the Hong Kong region.

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