LICC – Stony Brook Food Waste Processing Plant – New York - Project Profile
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Long Island Compost Co. (LICC) is planning to undertake the construction of an anaerobic digester plant in Brookhaven, New York, the US.
The project involves the construction of an anaerobic digester plant with a processing capacity of 120,000 tons of food waste, 30,000 tons of fats, oils and greases, and 10,000 tons of grass clippings annually.
It includes the construction of a biogas storage tank, a waste collector unit, a waste recovery unit and an administrative facility and related infrastructure facilities, and the installation of equipment and safety systems.
On July 22, 2016, Louis Perry Group was appointed as the design consultant.
Caterpillar Inc. has been appointed to provide construction equipment, GE Water & Process Technologies as a technical consultant, and Eggersmann Anlagenbau, Baker Tilly Capital, Green Arrow Engineering LLC, Vanasse Hangen Brustlin Inc and The Scotts Miracle-Gro Company as consultants.
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) approved the development plans in January 2017.
LICC is in the process of securing final approvals from the Town of Brookhaven.
LICC is expected to break ground in 2017.
The project involves the construction of an anaerobic digester processing plant with a processing capacity of 120,000 tons of food waste, 30,000 tons of fats, oils and greases, and 10,000 tons of grass clippings annually in Brookhaven, New York,the US.
The US$50 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a biogas storage tank
2. Construction of an administrative facility
3. Construction of a waste collector unit
4. Construction of a waste recovery unit
5. Construction of related facilities
6. Installation of equipment
7. Installation of safety systems
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