Members' News 2018

Martin GmbH

Foshan Nanhai III, People's Republic of China
Construction of two additional combustion lines.

On 15 November 2017, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Environmental & Chemical Engineering (MHIEC) was awarded the contract to supply 2 waste-fired steam generators for the extension (phase III) of the Nanhai Garbage Incinerating Power Plant in Foshan, Guangdong province. The combustion lines will be equipped with MARTIN reverse-acting grates, each with a throughput of 750 Mg/day. The heat released will be used to generate electricity. The generator has a capacity of approx. 40 MW. Start-up is planned for the year 2019.

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Standardkessel Baumgarte

Standardkessel Baumgarte receives the order for the construction of a turnkey energy from waste plant in Scotland

MVV Environment Baldovie Ltd., a subsidiary of the Mannheimer Energy Company MVV, is planning to construct an energy from waste plant at the Dundee location in Scotland. Standardkessel Baumgarte GmbH’s Energy from Waste branch acts as a general contractor and is responsible for the turnkey supply, construction and commissioning of the whole power plant. The plant will be constructed next to an already existing fluidised bed firing unit and is to replace the latter in the long term. The electricity generated will be fed into the public grid and a neighbouring industrial company will be supplied with steam. Up to the present day, Standardkessel Baumgarte has constructed 115 EfW plants, mainly in Europe. In the case of this order, MVV is relying on the experience gained from the direct predecessor project in Plymouth that Standardkessel Baumgarte implemented for the sister company MVV Environment Devonport Ltd.

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Martin GmbH

Prague, Czech Republic

On 9 November 2017, Pražské služby, a.s. and MARTIN signed a contract for renewal of the 4 lines of the Prague-Malešice WTE plant. The scope of supply includes individual dismantling of the 4 existing grate and boiler systems during operation as well as erection of 4 new grate and boiler systems, each with a throughput of 14 t/h and a gross heat release of 35 MW. The systems will be equipped with the MARTIN reverse-acting grate.
The order also includes coordination of work for the erection of new flue gas cleaning components as well as overall coordination of dismantling, erection and start-up activities for renewal of the plant. Construction work will begin in March 2018. The renewal of the 4 lines is scheduled to be completed by 2022. Subsequently, the Prague-Malešice WTE plant will have a waste combustion capacity of approx. 400,000 t/a.

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