Members' News 2018

Nippon Steel & Sumikin Engineering supplies Steinmüller grate and boiler to Taoyuan

Nippon Steel & Sumikin Engineering received an order for the supply of core components for the new Taoyuan waste incineration plant. The scope of supply and services includes basic and detail engineering for grate and furnace, supply of grate, boiler, heating surface cleaning and parts of the SNCR as well as installation and commissioning supervision. Steinmüller Babcock will support Nippon Steel with the basic and detail engineering and the delivery of the main equipment.

The Taoyuan project, tendered as a BOT scheme by the Taoyuan City Government, was awarded to the Special Purpose Company (SPC) established between Evergreen Steel Corporation, Taiwan's largest containerise freight shipping company, and CTCI Group, Taiwan's leading WtE engineering and operating company. Commissioning of the plant will be in summer of 2021. In the plant 27.5 t/h of municipal and industrial waste will be thermally recycled in two incineration lines.

The city of Taoyuan is located in the north of Taiwan and, with 2 million inhabitants, is considered one of the country's most important industrial centres. Taiwan is regarded as exemplary in the field of waste disposal. Waste has been separated since the 1990s and since the turn of the millennium almost 80% of municipal and industrial waste has been thermally recycled in waste incineration plants.

Here you can find further information on Nippon Steel & Sumikin Engineering: www.eng.nssmc.com/english/ and on Steinmüller Babcock: www.steinmueller-babcock.com.

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New grate systems with MARTIN’s technology for WtE plants in China

The grates will be manufactured in China and will use the MARTIN reverse-acting grate SITY 2000 technology. More details follow below: 

Houjie, China

Order for delivery of grate systems

Our licensee, Chongqing Sanfeng Covanta Environmental Industry Co., Ltd., has been awarded a new contract to supply grate systems. Two combustion systems will be supplied to the waste-to-energy plant in Houjie (Guangdong 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 350 t/d.

Beiliu II, China

Order for delivery of grate systems

Our licensee, Chongqing Sanfeng Covanta Environmental Industry Co., Ltd., has been awarded a new contract to supply grate systems. One combustion system will be supplied to the waste-to-energy plant in Beiliu II (Guangxi province), People`s Republic of China. The grate will be manufactured in China and will use the MARTIN SITY 2000 technology. The grate will have a throughput of 350 t/d.

Jingzhou II, China

Order for delivery of grate systems

Our licensee, Chongqing Sanfeng Covanta Environmental Industry Co., Ltd., has been awarded a new contract to supply grate systems. One combustion system will be supplied to the waste-to-energy plant in Jingzhou II (Hubei province), People`s Republic of China. The grate will be manufactured in China and will use the MARTIN SITY 2000 technology. The grate will have a throughput of 750 t/d.

Dongying II, China

Order for delivery of grate systems

Our licensee, Chongqing Sanfeng Covanta Environmental Industry Co., Ltd., has been awarded a new contract to supply grate systems. One combustion system will be supplied to the waste-to-energy plant in Dongying II (Shandong province), People`s Republic of China. The grate will be manufactured in China and will use the MARTIN SITY 2000 technology. The grate will have a throughput of 600 t/d.

Kaihua, China

Order for delivery of grate systems

Our licensee, Chongqing Sanfeng Covanta Environmental Industry Co., Ltd., has been awarded a new contract to supply grate systems. One combustion system will be supplied to the waste-to-energy plant in Kaihua (Zhejiang province), People`s Republic of China. The grate will be manufactured in China and will use the MARTIN SITY 2000 technology. The grate will have a throughput of 300 t/d.

Nanping, China

Order for delivery of grate systems

Our licensee, Chongqing Sanfeng Covanta Environmental Industry Co., Ltd., has been awarded a new contract to supply grate systems. One combustion system will be supplied to the waste-to-energy plant in Nanping (Fujian province), People`s Republic of China. The grate will be manufactured in China and will use the MARTIN SITY 2000 technology. The grate will have a throughput of 300 t/d.

Xianyou, China

Order for delivery of grate systems

Our licensee, Chongqing Sanfeng Covanta Environmental Industry Co., Ltd., has been awarded a new contract to supply grate systems. One combustion system will be supplied to the waste-to-energy plant in Xianyou (Zhejiang province), People`s Republic of China. The grate will be manufactured in China and will use the MARTIN SITY 2000 technology. The grate will have a throughput of 600 t/d.

Zhoushan, China

Order for delivery of grate systems

Our licensee, Chongqing Sanfeng Covanta Environmental Industry Co., Ltd., has been awarded a new contract to supply grate systems. One combustion system will be supplied to the waste-to-energy plant in Zhoushan (Zhejiang province), People`s Republic of China. The grate will be manufactured in China and will use the MARTIN SITY 2000 technology. The grate will have a throughput of 600 t/d.

Zhuji, China

Order for delivery of grate systems

Our licensee, Chongqing Sanfeng Covanta Environmental Industry Co., Ltd., has been awarded a new contract to supply grate systems. One combustion system will be supplied to the waste-to-energy plant in Zhuji (Zhejiang province), People`s Republic of China. The grate will be manufactured in China and will use the MARTIN SITY 2000 technology. The grate will have a throughput of 500 t/d.

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Keppel to supply technology solutions for Australia’s first waste-to-energy plant

18-October-2018 - Keppel Seghers Belgium N.V. (Keppel Seghers), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Keppel Infrastructure Holdings Pte Ltd (Keppel Infrastructure), has secured a contract to supply waste-to-energy (WTE) technology and services for Australia's first WTE plant in Kwinana.

Developed by Macquarie Capital and Phoenix Energy, the Kwinana WTE Plant will be located about 40 km south of Perth and can process up to 400,000 tonnes a year of waste using Keppel Seghers' technology and processes, and export an estimated 36MW of green electricity to the grid.

Keppel Seghers will provide to the Acciona consortium, who is the Engineering, Procurement and Construction contractor of the project, the core equipment, design, and technical services for the plant's furnace, boiler and flue gas treatment.

The facility will feature Keppel Seghers' air-cooled grate and vertical boiler, which are designed to achieve efficient energy recovery and operational reliability. When completed in 2021, the facility can effectively reduce the volume of waste that goes to landfills by over 90%.

Dr Ong Tiong Guan, CEO of Keppel Infrastructure, said, "Keppel is well-positioned to capture opportunities arising from the drive for sustainable development and deliver world-class solutions to meet the demand for clean, liveable environments. To be chosen as the technology provider for Australia's first WTE project is a resounding affirmation of the strength and reliability of Keppel Seghers' WTE technology."

The above transaction will not have any material impact on the earnings per share and net tangible asset per share of Keppel Corporation for the financial year ending 31 December 2018.

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Doosan Lentjes announces re-entry into the market for the thermal treatment of municipal sewage sludge

17 October 2018, Ratingen, Germany - The German engineering specialist Doosan Lentjes will refocus on the market for the thermal treatment of municipal sewage sludge. Key driver for this decision have been new legal requirements affecting the industry. The company will concentrate on its competencies in the area of mono-incineration.

By drawing back on proprietary OEM technologies, Doosan Lentjes will provide individual or full turnkey solutions based on the proven bubbling fluidised bed combustion. In doing so, it will also use own flue gas cleaning technologies that have proven their efficiency in both waste incineration and sewage sludge applications.

“Against the background of the Regulation on the Reorganization of Sewage Sludge Treatment which was released that year, we expect the demand for mono-incineration solutions to increase”, says Gerhard Lohe, Product Director Waste-to-Energy at Doosan Lentjes. “Refocusing on this business area is our response to the positive market developments we expect in Germany, but, in the future, also in Europa and beyond.”

Dr. Thorsten Becker, Director Sales at Doosan Lentjes, adds: “Mono-incineration solutions allow implementing the, in future, legally required recovery of phosphor from the sewage sludge treatment process in both an effective and efficient way. With our technologies we aim at supporting the waste water sector to realise a reliable sewage sludge treatment according to the new legislation.”

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New grate systems with MARTIN’s technology for WtE plants in China

Several new orders for delivery of grate systems to waste-to-energy plants in China have been awarded recently to Chongqing Sanfeng Covanta Environmental Industry Co., Ltd, MARTIN’s licensee. The grates will be manufactured in China and will use the MARTIN reverse-acting grate SITY 2000 technology. More details follow below.

Order for delivery of grate systems

14.08.2018, Xuchang, China
Our licensee, Chongqing SanfenCovanta Environmental Industry Co., Ltd., has been awarded a new contract to supply grate systems. Three combustion systems will be supplied to the waste-to-energy plant in Xuchang (Henan 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 750 t/d.

Order for delivery of grate systems

14.08.2018, Korla, China
Our licensee, Chongqing Sanfeng Covanta Environmental Industry Co., Ltd., has been awarded a new contract to supply grate systems. One combustion system will be supplied to the waste-to-energy plant in Korla (Xinjiang province), People's Republic of China. The grate will be manufactured in China and will use the MARTIN SITY 2000 technology. The grate will have a throughput of 750 t/d.

Order for delivery of grate systems

14.08.2018, Anqing, China
Our licensee, Chongqing Sanfeng Covanta Environmental Industry Co., Ltd., has been awarded a new contract to supply grate systems. One combustion system will be supplied to the waste-to-energy plant in Anqing (Anhui province), People's Republic of China. The grate will be manufactured in China and will use the MARTIN SITY 2000 technology. The grate will have a throughput of 600 t/d.

Order for delivery of grate systems

14.08.2018, Wenling, China
Our licensee, Chongqing Sanfeng Covanta Environmental Industry Co., Ltd., has been awarded a new contract to supply grate systems. One combustion system will be supplied to the waste-to-energy plant in Wenling (Zheijiang province), People's Republic of China. The grate will be manufactured in China and will use the MARTIN SITY 2000 technology. The grate will have a throughput of 750 t/d.

Order for delivery of grate systems

14.08.2018, Jingtang, China
Our licensee, Chongqing Sanfeng Covanta Environmental Industry Co., Ltd., has been awarded a new contract to supply grate systems. Two combustion systems will be supplied to the waste-to-energy plant in Jingtang (Sichuan 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 400 t/d.

Order for delivery of grate systems

14.08.2018, Huaibei II, China
Our licensee, Chongqing Sanfeng Covanta Environmental Industry Co., Ltd., has been awarded a new contract to supply grate systems. Two combustion systems will be supplied to the waste-to-energy plant in Huaibei II (Anhui 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 750 t/d.

 

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Steinmüller Babcock modernises Energy from Waste plant in Södertälje

Gummersbach, 28th September 2018. Steinmüller Babcock Environment GmbH, based in Gummersbach/Germany, has been awarded the contract for extensive modernisation measures on line one of the Södertälje Energy from Waste plant in Sweden. The client is Söderenergi AB, the fourth largest district heating producer in Sweden. The Södertälje facility is located southwest of Stockholm, in line one, up to 19.8 tonnes of high-calorific refuse-derived fuels are thermally recycled per hour. 

The redevelopment work on line one includes redesign and conversion of feeding chute, upgrading of ram feeder and grate system as well as slag discharge. Likewise, the combustion chamber is redesigned and rebuild, the goal is a reduction of the flue gas temperature and a reduction of maintenance work. In order to achieve a homogenisation of the temperature profile, the combustion air system is modified and the fire control system is modernised. The new installation of an optimised, innovative SNCR for the reduction of NOx emissions and NH3 slippage takes place. A new design and the replacement of convection heating surfaces will reduce the fouling tendency.

The contract was signed on July 25, 2018. The project was launched directly after the award of the contract. Completion is scheduled for autumn 2019.  For more information about Steinmüller Babcock, please visit www.steinmueller-babcock.com.

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Steinmüller Babcock licenses technology for China

Gummersbach, 3rd September 2018. Steinmüller Babcock Environment GmbH, based in Gummersbach, has once again allocated a know-how license for the use of one of its key technologies in the Chinese market. An agreement has been reached with the Düsseldorf-based company Aetna International GmbH, which allows Aetna to set up plants for the thermal treatment of hazardous and industrial waste by a local subsidiary in China.

The subject of the contract is the so-called "rotary kiln technology" which ensures with its very high temperatures a safe destruction of all organic substances. At the same time energy in the form of steam or electricity can be obtained from polluted, contaminated or mixed waste. The technology will make it possible to comply with the stringent European directives on hazardous waste treatment in future also in China. Aetna International will build a first plant in Huantai County in Shandong Province, China, in which the hazardous waste from local chemical companies will be disposed of in an environmentally sound manner. The project start will be already within the next few weeks. Aetna International will get technological support for the application of the technology by Steinmüller Babcock. In future, Aetna will distribute and realise the technology independently. 

On August 20th, the official presentation of the cooperation took place in Duesseldorf. In addition to the representatives of Steinmüller Babcock, Aetna International and Dongyue Group, high-ranking guests from China were also present, such as Jiangfeng Bian, the head of the People's Government of Huantai County, Dong Lu, the director of the Economy and Information Bureau of Huantai County, and representatives of the Huantai-based companies and commercial agencies.

Photo: Meeting in Duesseldorf (from left to right) in the front row Mr. Weimin An (Aetna International GmbH), Mr. Xiuyuan Yu (Shandong Dongyue Chemical Co., Ttd.); in the back row Mr. Shubing Song (Shandong Wanji Plastic Co., Ltd), Mr. Xinbao Wang (Zibo Boxin Agricultural Science and Technology Co., Ltd.), Mr. Zhiyuan Chen (CPC Committee of Tangshan Town, Huantai County), Dr. Jens Sohnemann (Steinmüller Babcock Environment GmbH), Mrs. Jiangfeng Bian (People´s Government of Huantai County), Dr. Gert Riemenschneider (Steinmüller Babcock Environment GmbH), Mr. Dong Luo (Economy and Information Bureau of Huantai County), Mr. Wei Zhang (Shandong Jintai Rolls Co., Ltd.), Mr. Dianbin Cui (Commerce Bureau of Huantai County).

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Martin GmbH

General contractor for replacement of line P8 at Stockholm Högdalen

01.08.2018, Stockholm, Sweden

After the contract had been ceremoniously signed at Stockholm Exergi's headquarters on 20/03/2018, the customer officially authorized the delivery of the new waste combustion line P8 by issuing the notice to proceed on 18/06/2018.

MARTIN is the general contractor for the delivery of the combustion system, steam boiler, flue gas cleaning system and additional ancillary lots. The customer, Stockholm Exergi, is a joint venture between the city of Stockholm and Fortum in which the two partners hold equal shares.

At Högdalen Stockholm Exergi operates a waste-to-energy plant designed to generate district heat and electricity. In addition to other lines, our customer also operates waste combustion line P3, which was supplied by MARTIN and has been reliably operating for many years. The new line P8 will replace the two oldest lines of the plant.

The new line will be equipped with a 3-run reverse-acting grate Vario with a total width of 6.32 m. It will be designed for a gross heat release of 54.1 MW and a thermal treatment capacity of 20.5 t/h of waste. The superheated steam produced (400 °C and 36 bar) will be converted into electricity in a counter-pressure steam turbine. The residual energy contained in the exhaust steam will then be fed into Stockholm's district heating network.

The particular challenge of this order is that the new line has to be fitted into the limited space available on site. The existing plant must continue to operate throughout the construction phase because operational reliability of the district heating network is of utmost importance.

The planning and procurement phase is already in progress and installation of the main components will begin in March 2019. Start-up will commence in June 2020 and handover to the customer is scheduled for March 2021.

Design contract for partial replacement of line 1 of the Würzburg WTE plant

01.08.2018, Würzburg, Germany

On 20 July 2018, the waste management association of the greater Würzburg area (ZVAWS) awarded MARTIN the design contract for partial replacement of line 1 of the Würzburg WTE plant.

Under the contract, MARTIN is to plan the scope of services to be performed: dismantling of the existing steam generator and grate as well as of various auxiliary units in line 1; erection of a new grate-based combustion system consisting of the MARTIN reverse-acting grate and associated steam generator, installation of various media pipes and of the electrical instrument and control system technology as well as replacement of the switchgear for line 2. Planning must take into account that lines 2 and 3 need to continue to operate while replacement work is in progress.

The new line is to be designed for a gross heat release of 29.2 MW, an average heating value of 10,500 kJ/kg and a waste throughput rate of approx. 10 t/h, while at the same time providing for the co-combustion of a certain amount of sewage sludge.

A binding contract for the implementation of planning work is yet to be awarded. This is expected to take place when design work has been completed, the permit has been obtained and the members of the waste management association have approved partial replacement, probably in June 2019.

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Steinmüller Babcock Environment

Steinmüller Babcock Environment GmbH, based in Gummersbach, has enhanced its management board as of July 1. In future Dipl.-Ing. Thomas Feilenreiter will lead the company jointly together with the managing directors Yukito Ishiwa and Dr.-Ing. Gert Riemenschneider. Thomas Feilenreiter is a proven industry expert and has been Managing Director at CNIM Waste & Energy Management Solutions and CEO at LAB SA and LAB GmbH since 1996. At Steinmüller Babcock Environment he will be directly responsible for project management, turnkey plants and project service.
Earlier this year in April 2018 Yukito Ishiwa succeeded Hiroshi Murakami as Managing Director. Murakami has taken over new responsibilities within the parent company Nippon Steel and Sumikin Engineering Co, Ltd. Yukito Ishiwa was already responsible for Steinmüller Babcock Environment as member of the Supervisory Board.
Steinmüller Babcock Environment GmbH stands for cutting-edge technology in thermal waste treatment and flue gas cleaning. The medium-sized company is part of the Japanese Nippon Steel & Sumikin Engineering Co, Ltd. and thus an essential component of Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation, the second largest steel manufacturer in the world.

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Martin GmbH

Zhengzhou, China

Our licensee, Chongqing Sanfeng Covanta Environmental Industry Co., Ltd., has been awarded a new contract to supply grate systems. Six combustion systems will be supplied to the waste-to-energy plant in Zhengzhou (Henan 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 700 t/d.

Hezhou, China

Our licensee, Chongqing Sanfeng Covanta Environmental Industry Co., Ltd., has been awarded a new contract to supply grate systems. One combustion system will be supplied to the waste-to-energy plant in Hezhou (Guangxi province), People`s Republic of China. The grate will be manufactured in China and will use the MARTIN SITY 2000 technology. The grate will have a throughput of 400 t/d.

Xinfeng, China

Our licensee, Chongqing Sanfeng Covanta Environmental Industry Co., Ltd., has been awarded a new contract to supply grate systems. Two combustion systems will be supplied to the waste-to-energy plant in Xinfeng (Ganzhou 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 500 t/d.

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Martin GmbH

EBARA and MARTIN agree to a cooperation partnership

Tokyo/Munich April 3, 2018 – EBARA Environmental Plant Co., Ltd. (EBARA) and MARTIN GmbH für Umwelt- und Energietechnik (MARTIN) announce their cooperation for the Waste-to-Energy market in Japan. EBARA will have the exclusive right to MARTIN reverse-acting grate technologies for new plants and major refurbishments. With this cooperation EBARA will continue to expand its high expertise on the Waste to Energy market by utilizing world-renowned combustion technology. With the usage of the reverse-acting grate systems, EBARA will strengthen its market position, as well as its portfolio.
Under the cooperation agreement, MARTIN and EBARA will work closely together to bring the newest MARTIN reverse-acting grate technologies to Japan as well as further developments of the MARTIN technology. To date, more than 420 plants in 34 countries have been equipped with more than 800 lines with MARTIN reverse-acting grate combustion technology, treating close to 300,000 tons per day of municipal household waste. EBARA has designed and delivered more than 540 combustion lines in more than 440 plants. Using both grate and fluidized bed technology.
"We are very pleased to announce to add MARTIN's products to our lineup, and to provide our clients with the products from now on. MARTIN has a long history of nearly 100 years in the Waste-to-Energy business field, and has made great achievements worldwide with proven technologies and a strong dedication to R&D. We are convinced that our partnership will contribute to the Japanese market by furnishing a wide range of safe, secure and stable waste treatment facilities," explains Atsuo Ohi, President and Representative Director of EBARA Environmental Plant Co., Ltd. "Close to 200 years of combined experience in the power plant and Waste-to-Energy business with an outstanding track record and great commitment to environmentally sound waste treatment will form this cooperation. With EBARA we are proud to be able to announce a cooperation with an important and highly successful player who is driven by its strong technical principles," adds Ulrich Martin, Managing Director of MARTIN GmbH.

KÜTTNER and MARTIN pool their expertise in the thermal treatment of sewage sludge to take on the global market

27.03.2018, Essen/Munich - The two companies will found and jointly manage a new firm, KÜTTNER MARTIN Technology GmbH, which will be based in Munich.
KÜTTNER Holding GmbH & Co. KG and MARTIN GmbH für Umwelt- und Energietechnik have announced the foundation of a joint company, KÜTTNER MARTIN Technology GmbH, based in Munich. KÜTTNER and MARTIN will each hold 50 % of and jointly manage the new company, which will specialize in the sale and construction of plants for the thermal treatment of municipal sewage sludge.
Both companies have long-standing experience as plant manufacturers in their respective fields of activity. KÜTTNER contributes fluidized bed technology, tried and tested for the thermal treatment of sewage sludge, as well as expertise in the optimization of the overall process. MARTIN offers a wealth of long-standing experience in the thermal and biological treatment of residual material as well as an extensive network of local and global contacts. By combining their business activities in the field of thermal treatment of municipal sewage sludge, the two partners will achieve optimum synergies, thereby offering their customers a wider portfolio and a full range of services.
While the purpose of the new company is to globally handle projects for the thermal treatment of sewage sludge, in the beginning activities will focus on the European market. However, in Asia there is also a great demand for and interest in municipal disposal solutions, which is why the company will be looking to find suitable partners for this market.
"This logical step makes us much more flexible and faster when it comes to supplying the technologies of choice for this rapidly growing market", explains Dr. Ing. Christian Bartels-von Varnbüler, managing director and shareholder of Küttner Holding GmbH & Co. KG. "Küttner and Martin are combining the success stories of two German SMEs to provide effective solutions for the thermal treatment of sewage sludge, thanks to their customary high quality levels, while at the same time setting new standards", adds Ulrich Martin, managing director and shareholder of MARTIN GmbH für Umwelt- und Energietechnik.

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Termomeccanica Ecologia

TM.E. S.p.A. Termomeccanica Ecologia has signed with Bionerga the contract for the design and construction of the waste-to-energy plant in Beringen, Belgium.
The plant consists of a single line with the capacity  of approx. 200,000 tons/year of RDF. The installation will produce electricity with an installed potential of 15 MWe and is equipped with a dry flue gas treatment with SCR.

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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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