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After just less than two years of construction, Hitachi Zosen Inova handed over the new Kompogas® plant in Högbytorp, Sweden, to E.ON Biofor Sverige AB. The instal-lation will process the region’s organic waste to generate high-grade biomethane, compost, and liquid fertilizer. On the same day as launching the project to build a Kompogas® plant in Jönköping on 1 March, Swiss-based Hitachi Zosen Inova (HZI) has now...

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A new Kompogas® plant, due for completion in 2020, is to be built in the Swedish city of Jönköping by Hitachi Zosen Inova. The company also financed, developed and designed the whole project and, additionally will own and operate the facility. The installation will make a substantial contribution to efforts to decarbonise the country by processing organic waste to produce biofuel for carbon-free transportation and...

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Hitachi Zosen Inova BioMethan GmbH (HZI BioMethan) has been awarded the contract to build a biogas upgrading plant including the in-house gas scrubber and a desulphurisation and VOC filter system as part of a biogas project in Aberdeen. The installation is part of the city’s new energy center and will be the first to feature the company’s new membrane system. It is scheduled for commissioning...

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Following the agreement between Sweden’s Jönköping Municipality and Hitachi Zosen Inova AG (HZI) in spring 2018, HZI has acquired Jönköping’s biogas operations, Jönköping Energi Biogas AB, on February 1st, 2019. The company will be renamed to HZI Biogas Operations AB but continues to process local kitchen and food waste in its existing wet fermentation facility. Also the biogas produced will be further upgraded and used...

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SUEZ Joins Consortium Developing Energy from Waste Facility in East Rockingham, Australia The consortium developing the East Rockingham Resource Recovery Facility has awarded SUEZ, global expert in the water and waste resource management sectors, the role of waste management partner for the project for a minimum term of 20 years. SUEZ’s entry into the project represents the single largest commitment by a waste management company...

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On 15 November 2018 North America’s first Kompogas® plant was opened in San Luis Obispo. The dry anaerobic digestion plant marks the first DBFOO project for Hitachi Zosen Inova (HZI) and contributes significantly to California’s sustainability strategy. Governmental representatives were present as well as delegates of the investor and operational companies. The opening ceremony was a great success. Around 130 representatives from various business areas...

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The City of Cockburn, a local government area of Perth, Western Australia (WA), has signed an agreement with a consortium led by Hitachi Zosen Inova to supply waste to the East Rockingham Resource Recovery Facility (RRF) for a minimum of 20 years. The contract bolsters WA’s long-term waste management strategy, under which Energy from Waste is regarded as an integral part of sustainable resource recovery....

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India’s waste management is in the focus of the international autumn edition of the Recycling Magazine. With one plant in execution and three new plants being built, HZI shared an article on its experience in the Indian market, where local conditions and requirements are important, with low-cost-optimised solution considerations in the construction. ...

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Hitachi Zosen Inova has been part of the report about the opening of Swedens largest dry AD plant on the Bioenergy International website: E.ON Sverige AB, the Swedish subsidiary of Germany-headed energy major E.ON AG held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on August 30, 2018, for Sweden's largest dry fermentation biogas plant. Designed to treat organic waste and residues to produce biogas, liquid biofertilizer, and compost, the plant...

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Hitachi Zosen Inova BioMethan GmbH (HZIB) has been awarded the contract to build a biogas upgrading plant to process digester gas from waste water sludge into biomethane. The plant will be built on the site of the waste water treatment plant in the port of Hamburg and poses particular construction challenges on the manufacturer due to the maritime environment. Thanks to a sustainable energy policy, Hamburg’s...

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