LERL – Lisburn Waste to Energy Plant 7 MW – UK - Project Profile
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Lisburn Energy Recovery Ltd (LERL), a subsidiary of Energos, is planning to construct a waste to energy plant in the UK.
The project involves the construction of a 7MW energy from waste (EfW) plant involving the thermal processing of waste wood, non-recyclable fractions of Commercial and Industrial Waste (C&I) and Municipal Solid Waste (MSW). The project will process to convert 80,000TPA of solid waste to energy.
The project includes the construction of energy recovery buildings, a waste bunker, an air cooled condenser, a fuel bunker, a combined heat and power (CHP) room and related infrastructure, and the installation of a weighbridge, and generators.
SLR Consulting has been appointed as environmental consultant.
In October 2012, LERL submitted a planning application to the Northern Ireland Planning Department (NIPD) and secured approval in July 2013.
Energos is planning to increase the processing capacity to 100,000TPA of solid waste to energy.
The project is under development phase.
The project involves the construction of a waste to energy plant to convert 80,000TPA of solid waste to energy in Lisburn, Northern Ireland, the UK.
The US$90 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of an energy recovery building
2. Construction of a CHP room
3. Construction of an administrative office
4. Construction of a waste bunker
5. Construction of an air cooled condenser
6. Construction of other related infrastructure
7. Installation of turbines
8. Installation of safety systems
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