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Everbright Wins 1200 TPD Waste to Energy Contract in China

china-flag-756206-m_SXCHong Kong based renewable energy developer, China Everbright International (HKSE: 00257) has won a bid for a waste to energy project in Ma’anshan City of Anhui Province, China.

The company explained that it will set up a joint venture company with Ma’anshan Urban Development Investment Group for the construction of the project on a BOT (Build-Operate-Transfer) basis, with both parties owning  a 50% equity interest in the venture.

Everbright added that the Ma’anshan project is its first waste to energyproject in Anhui Province. Ma’anshan is a municipal city near Nanjing and a major industrial which enjoys an important location in Wanjiang Economic Zone with excellent resources.

The total daily waste processing capacity of Ma’anshan Project is 1200 tonnes, and will be built in two phases.

Everbright said that Phase I is designed to have a daily waste processing capacity of 800 tonnes, with a total investment of approximately RMB450 million ($74 million) and will comply with the Euro 2000 emission standards.

Kuwait Seeks Partners for 3000 TPD Waste to Energy Facility

New Division of Waste to Energy International: Biogas Plants Recovery Team


According to the results of independent reviews, about 30% of currently running biogas power stations are in crisis. Owners meet problems of lowering the power of biogas units caused by lowering of methane production, arising of concentration of ammonia nitrogen in the fertilizers produced. Those issues can occur due to impact of several factor: changing the composition of the feedstock; compromising of the technology; deviation from the set up parameters; qualification of the personnel and absence of the precise express-analysis performed in automatic mode.

Our company provides consulting and practically help in recovery of biogas units, increasing quantity and quality of biogas produced, and as a result, significantly increases effectiveness of biogas units, what leads to reducing of return of investment (ROI) term.

Recovery procedures are performed using unique patented methods and know-how, what gives excellent results.

After recovery of biogas units performed by our specialists, concentration of methane in biogas produced rise up to 85-87%, and the level of ammonia nitrogen in fertilizers goes down to 0.6-1 g/liter.

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Green Light for 80,000 TPA Waste to Energy Gasification Plant in Northern Ireland


Planning permission for an 80,000 tonne per year waste to energy gasification plant in Lisburn has been granted planning permission by Northern Ireland’s Department of Environment’s Strategic Planning Division.

According to the department, the full planning permission is for a proposed waste gasification plant, including energy recovery buildings with office/workshop, waste reception hall, waste bunker, fuel bunker, a combined heat and power boiler house and stack, as well as weighbridge, fencing, cycle shelter, landscaping, sustainable urban systems with escape bridge, turbine generator building, air cooled condenser and associated infrastructure including car parking.

Plasma Gasification Waste to Energy Plant to Demo Fuel Cells in UK

Schematic_Bilsthorpe_July_2013_634London based waste to energy solutions provider, Waste2Tricity is to work with Peel Environmental to develop a 120,000 tonne per year waste to energy facility that will utilise plasma gasification and will provide a demonstration platform for AFC Energy’s alkaline fuel cells.

According to Waste2Tricity (W2T) the Bilsthorpe Energy Centre (BEC) will also feature a Material Recycling Facility (MRF) and will be cited on Bilsthorpe Business Park in Nottinghamshire.

Peel Environmental said that the facility will handle around 120,000 tonnes of non-hazardous waste each year and will recover up to 23,000 tonnes of recyclable materials and generate electricity from the remaining 97,000 tonnes of residual waste.