East Rockingham, AUS

Energy from Waste

Waste Throughput

300,000 t/a

Energy Recovered

electricity

Thermal Power

1 x 101.8 MWth

The East Rockingham EfW plant is being built around 40 kilometres south of Perth in the state of Western Australia. The project was developed by a consortium consisting of HZI, the Australian project developer New Energy Corporation, and the project developers Tribe Infrastructure in Abu Dhabi. The contract to plan, construct and commission the plant went to an EPC consortium consisting of Acciona Industrial and HZI. The facility will recover thermal energy from 300,000 tonnes of municipal and industrial waste a year to generate 28.9 MWe of electricity, to be fed into the grid for supply to the agglomeration around Perth. For 20 years the plant will be operated by a consortium of Suez and HZI.

Facts

  • Type of system: air-cooled HZI reciprocating grate
  • Fuel: municipal and industrial waste
  • Calorific value: 9.8 MJ/kg
  • Maximum throughput: 41.2 t/h
  • Number of lines: one
  • Boiler design: five-pass boiler
  • Flue gas treatment: dry sorption with hydrated lime and activated carbon, SNCR

Client

  • East Rockingham RRF Project (John Laing, Masdar, HZI, Acciona)

Commencement of Operation

  • 2023

Components Supplied by HZI

  • combustion, boiler, flue gas treatment, operations and maintenance for 20 years in collaboration with Suez