EEW – Delfzijl Waste-to-Energy Plant: Third Combustion Line – Groningen - Project Profile
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EEW Energy (EEW), a wholly owned subsidiary of the China-based Beijing Enterprises, is undertaking the expansion of the Delfzijl Waste-to-Energy Plant in Groningen, the Netherlands.
The project involves the construction of a Waste-to-Energy Plant with a processing capacity of 192,000 tonnes per annum (TPA). It includes a third combustion line, waste processing units, furnaces, power units, a powerhouse and a substation, the installation of turbines and generators, and the laying of transmission lines.
EEW submitted a planning application to the Municipality of Groningen.
In August 2016, an 10 year supply agreement was signed between EEW and Shanks Group.
Steinmüller Babcock Environment has been appointed as the contractor whose scope of work includes the planning and construction of a boiler including a combustion grate and ancillary facilities.
Umwelttechnik & ingenieure GmbH has been appointed to undertake planning and monitoring services up to commissioning.
In June 2017, construction works commenced and are underway with completion scheduled by October 2018.
The project involves the construction of a new third combustion line in Delfzijl Waste-to-Energy Plant with a processing capacity of 200,000TPA in Delfzijl, Groningen, the Netherlands.
The US$79 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a waste processing unit
2. Construction of a waste collection unit
3. Construction of a powerhouse
4. Construction of a substation
5. Construction of a control room
6. Installation of turbines and solar panels
7. Installation of transformers and generators
8. Laying of transmission linesReasons To Buy
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