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Development of Viridor’s 34 MW Waste to Energy Facility Worth £5.3m to Local Firms in Avonmouth

Taunton-based recycling and waste to energycompany, Viridor, has spent £5.3 million so far with local businesses within 30 miles of the £252 million Resource Recovery Centre in Avonmouth.

The company, a part of the Pennon Group (LSE: PNN) has been working with local contractors including PMS, GAP Hire Solutions, Hanson and B&A on the construction of the Avonmouth energy from waste plant, which will divert 320,000 tonnes of non-recyclable waste away from landfill.

“As part of Viridor’s Resource Recovery Centre construction we have been clear that working with local businesses is at the heart of establishing ourselves as a responsible neighbour,” commented Viridor Managing Director Phil Piddington. “It is not just during the construction phase of these projects that local suppliers can benefit, we will require support throughout the life of the facility.”

According to the company, in line with it and its construction partners commitment to support the local economy, some of the suppliers were sourced directly from Viridor’s ‘Meet the Buyer’ event in Bristol last July, attended by more than 30 companies interested in being involved.

Construction on site started in summer 2017 and, when operational, the facility will generate around 34MW, enough electrical power to supply 44,000 homes, the equivalent of a population larger than the city of Bath.

Covanta Environmental Solutions Opens State-of-the-Art Materials Processing Facility in Indianapolis

June 27, 2018
Expands waste processing and environmental services capabilities to better serve customers

INDIANAPOLIS, June 27, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Covanta Environmental Solutions, a leading provider of environmental services across a wide range of industries, has opened a new materials processing facility in Indianapolis to better serve customers with the latest in sustainable materials management and environmental services.

After more than 30 years successfully managing the City of Indianapolis’ waste at its Indianapolis Energy-from-Waste (EfW) facility, Covanta seized the opportunity to acquire and develop a vacant industrial property located in close proximity to the EfW plant. The new material processing facility will enable Covanta to expand the service offerings of its wholly-owned subsidiary, Covanta Environmental Solutions, to meet the growing needs of commercial and industrial businesses in Central Indiana.

Covanta Indianapolis has enabled many major local automotive, pharmaceutical, and chemical manufacturers to achieve zero-waste-to-landfill status in recent years, however the demand for these services began to outpace the EfW facility’s handling and processing capacity. The new materials processing facility – less than three miles away from the EfW facility – provides new processing and pre-sorting capabilities which will significantly improve efficiency and better serve new and existing customers.

“The demand for our sustainable material management services from leading manufacturers in the area has experienced strong and steady growth,” said Paul Stauder, president of Covanta Environmental Solutions. “Our investment in this new facility demonstrates our commitment to providing industry-leading solutions for a variety of waste streams while enabling our customers to reach their sustainability goals. After operating in Indianapolis for three decades, we are proud to be expanding, bringing new jobs and an important economic boost to the city.”

 

In addition to helping customers reduce waste sent to landfills, the newest Covanta Environmental Solutions facility will provide liquid and solid waste recycling and treatment, product destruction and de-packaging, railcar and tote cleaning and transportation and logistics support for companies with industrial waste disposal needs.

Covanta Environmental Solutions works with industries including pharmaceuticals, consumer products, health and beauty, food, automotive, chemicals and other manufacturers. The company’s services help solve some of the toughest environmental challenges faced by these industries and minimize risk. Some longtime customers in Central Indiana include Subaru of Indiana Automotive, The Hill and Griffith Company and Haynes International.

About Covanta Environmental Solutions
Covanta Environmental Solutions, a subsidiary of Covanta (NYSE: CVA), offers comprehensive industrial material management services to companies seeking solutions to some of today’s most complex environmental challenges. With a nationwide network of treatment, recycling and Energy-from-Waste facilities, Covanta Environmental Solutions enables customers to mitigate risk and reach their sustainability goals. For more information, visit covantaes.com.

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Renaming process from .A.S.A. to FCC completed

The process of changing identity from .A.S.A. to FCC is complete. With the renaming of A.S.A. Eko Polska Sp. z o. o. to “FCC Polska Sp. z o.o.” on November 21st 2017, we have now completed the second phase – renaming.

The renaming process started in February 2016 by changing the business names of 14 .A.S.A. companies in the Czech Republic. This process was then was rolled out through the entire Group and all together 46 business names have been changed.

The brand first

The change of brand began in March 2015 with the logo change from “.A.S.A.” to “FCC Environment” – the brand of the environmental division of our mother company, FCC. By taking this step FCC Environment CEE Group has become fully integrated into the FCC Group.

FCC Environment CEE Group represents the environmental services and citizen services sectors of FCC in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). By introducing FCC Environment in this area, FCC expressed the importance of the CEE Group concerning their future development strategy, especially in connection with the internationalization process of the whole FCC Group. FCC’s growing plans are focused on environmental services and water. The CEE Group’s expertise reinforces that international development.

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Covanta Environmental Solutions Opens State-of-the-Art Materials Processing Facility in Milwaukee

MILWAUKEE, Nov. 2, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Covanta Environmental Solutions, a leading provider of environmental services across a wide range of industries, has opened a new materials processing facility to serve customers with the latest in sustainable materials management and environmental services.

 

The new facility, spanning across 13 acres of formerly vacant industrial property allows Covanta Environmental Solutions to expand and grow its services in Milwaukee and throughout the Midwest, after 20 years of success at a former site in the city. The facility provides services including liquid and solid waste recycling and treatment, product de-packaging, tanker, railcar and industrial facility cleaning, and houses a fleet of vehicles that provide on-site cleanups, remediation and transportation services.

“We continue to grow our environmental services business by expanding our non-hazardous liquid and solid waste collection, transportation and treatment capabilities. Our investment in this new facility demonstrates our commitment to staying in Milwaukee and our dedication to offering more sustainable solutions for our customers,” said Paul Stauder, president of Covanta Environmental Solutions.

The new material processing facility is double the capacity of the company’s former site and is capable of treating more than 60 million gallons of liquid waste annually to return clean, reusable water to local supplies. The facility also houses Covanta Environmental Solutions’ innovative UnWrapp technology (“Using New Ways to Recycle All Packaged Products”), that efficiently and securely de-packages and recycles consumer products that have been recalled, expired, or discarded as a result of being damaged or off-spec.

Oman: Sur Desalination Plant increases its drinking water production capacity by 51,000 cubic metres per day.

Veolia in partnership with the national Oman Power and Water Procurement Company (OPWP) has celebrated the extension of the contract covering the Sur Desalination Plant.

An additional 51,000 cubic metres will be added to the existing 80,000 cubic metres produced daily by the Sur facility, the first independent desalination project in Oman. On this occasion, the two partners celebrated the 100 millionth cubic meter of drinking water produced by the plant.

“We are delighted to work on the expansion of the plant. The opportunity allows Veolia to demonstrate once again our strong commitment to Resourcing the World,” commented Xavier Joseph, CEO of Veolia Gulf Countries.

160km south-west of Muscat, Veolia is working to combat water resource depletion by treating over 200,000 cubic metres of seawater every day. 350,000 residents of the Sharqiyah region are supplied by the Sur facility which uses reverse osmosis to produce 80,000 cubic metres of drinking water every day.

The plant recycles over 97% of the energy used for the treatment, saving 40% more energy than a conventional facility. Seawater is channelled from 28 beach wells and extracted from a depth of up to 80m. With high pressure (60 bars), the plant also eliminates chemical pre-treatment and has a minimal impact on marine and coastal ecology.

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