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Europe's largest EfW facility is currently under construction in Istanbul. Together with the Turkish partner Makyol, HZI is acting as general contractor in the project. The Swiss export risk insurance company SERV has now received two awards for its extraordinary merits in this project in Istanbul: firstly the “Environmental Enhancement ECA-backed Deal of the Year Award” from TXF and secondly in the category “Best Deal...

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Construction Starts on the Moscow Region’s Second Energy from Waste Plant Technology company Hitachi Zosen Inova (HZI) and Russian consortium partner ZiO-Podolsk are to supply the entire technology for the new Energy from Waste plant in the Moscow region. The installation will process 700,000 metric tons of waste to generate 70 MW of electricity for the grid. This is the second plant already to be...

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Hitachi Zosen Inova (HZI) has won a contract to construct a new Energy from Waste plant on the Slough Trading Estate near London, England. The project has been developed by a Joint Venture consisting of energy group SSE Thermal and Copenhagen Infrastructure III K/S, a fund managed by Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP). The plant will use processed waste to generate around 46 MW of electricity...

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Swedish recycling company Ragn-Sells and Swiss cleantech company Hitachi Zosen Inova are to build a facility for processing flue gas treatment residues at Högbytorp, Sweden. The process enables salts to be extracted from the waste product which can then be reused in industrial and chemical processes. The flue gas treatment residue processing facility being built at the Högbytorp site of the Swedish recycling company Ragn-Sells will...

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Hitachi Zosen Inova has been awarded the contract to supply Chongqing with three Kompogas® digesters. This is the Swiss company’s second project already for the Chinese megacity. The plant will process up to 110,000 tonnes of organic waste a year to produce biogas, making a major contribution to the achievement of China’s ambitious recycling targets. On 27 March 2020, Swiss cleantech company Hitachi Zosen...

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Once again Hitachi Zosen Inova will be joining forces with its partner Cesaro Mac Import, which leads the Italian dry anaerobic digestion market, to build a Kompogas® plant in Italy. The plant in Legnano will recycle 40,000 t/a of organic waste and 12,400 t/a of green waste to produce high-grade biomethane which will be fed into the natural gas grid and serve as energy and...

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Hitachi Zosen Inova (HZI) has won a public competition to secure a 10-year biogas offtake agreement at a volume of 1,650,000 kg (ca. 21 GWh) per year with the local bus operating company Vy Buss AB for the 52 city buses in Jönköping. This is equivalent to saving around 6,000 tonnes of fossil fuel related CO2. The decision to choose 100% locally-produced biogas from local biowaste...

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