Members' News 2014

Hitachi Zosen Inova

Royal Opens the New Energy from Waste Facility at Billingham, Teesside. The facility is conceived to treat 256,000 tonnes of waste every year that is not either recycled or composted, thereof 190,000 tonnes from the North-East councils.
 

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MARTIN GmbH

One grate system will be supplied to the waste-to-energy plant Chuzhou (Anhui province), People's Republic of China, as an extension to the existing plant. The grate with a throughput of 1 x 350 t/d will be manufactured in China and will use the MARTIN SITY 2000 technology.

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MARTIN GmbH

Three combustion systems will be supplied to the Waste-to-Energy plant in Hengli I (Zhejiang province), People's Republic of China. The grates will be manufactured in China and will use the MARTIN SITY 2000 technology. Each grate will have a throughput of 600 t/d.

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MARTIN GmbH

One grate system will be supplied to the Waste-to-Energy plant Ningbo I (Zhejiang province), People's Republic of China. The grate with a throughput of 1 x 600 t/d will be manufactured in China and will use the MARTIN SITY 2000 technology.

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MARTIN GmbH

Order to supply 2 combustion systems for the Waste-to-Energy plant in Changzhou Xinbei, China. Each grate will have a throughput rate of 400 t/d.

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Hitachi Zosen Inova

HZI has been contracted to deliver the complete electro-mechanical portion in the Energy from Waste facility in Poolbeg, Dublin. The facility will treat up to 600,000 t/a, will provide enough energy to power over 80,000 homes and all preparations are being taken to provide district heating.

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Hitachi Zosen Inova

Hitachi Zosen Inova AG has been commissioned to upgrade the Horgen waste incineration plant for further operation through to 2030. New technologies for bottom ash discharge and a new combustion concept will be used for the first time.

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Hitachi Zosen Inova

EfW facility of Mercia Waste Management to start construction in Hartlebury, UK. The single line facility achieves a net power export of around 18 MW, enough to power 43’000 households

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Hitachi Zosen Inova

HZI to start site works for its turnkey EfW plant in Poznan, Poland. The combined heat and power plant will treat 210,000 tonnes of waste a year and is scheduled to go into operation in mid-2016.

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MARTIN GmbH

Our partner signed a contract to build the New Nagasaki West Waste-to-Energy plant and subsequently to operate the plant for 15 years. Both combustion lines will be equipped with MARTIN reverse-acting grates, each with a throughput of 120 Mg / day.

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MARTIN GmbH

Two combustion systems will be supplied for the Waste-to-Energy plant in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, which is the first waste-to-energy plant on the African continent.

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MARTIN GmbH

One combustion system will be supplied to the Waste-to-Energy plant in Fuzhou (Fujian province), People's Republic of China, as an extension of the existing plant.

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Babcock & Wilcox Vølund

Babcock & Wilcox Vølund will build a WtE plant with a capacity of 2 x 575 tonnes of waste per day and will be located in Sakra, an industrial area on the Jurong Island in Singapore.

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Termomeccanica Ecologia

TME SpA Termomeccanica Ecologia has been awarded the international tender for the design, construction and startup of the Waste-to-Energy plant to be built in the island of Terceira (Azores – Portugal)

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