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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 March 23, 2017, Japan Bank for International Cooperation as the main financer signed the financing agreement for the first Kompogas® project in the US. The dry anaerobic digestion plant in San Luis Obispo County, California, marks the first DBFOO project for Hitachi Zosen Inova (HZI). Financing secured The signing of the financing agreement between Japan Bank for International Cooperation and the operating company Kompogas SLO LLC...

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A consortium formed by Hitachi Zosen Corporationand KPN Green Energy Solution Co., Ltd.(KPN), engaged in the engineering of renewable energy plants in Thailand,has received an order from WPGE Phetchaburi Co., Ltd. (WPP) for an Energy-from-Waste plant comprising a stoker-type waste incinerator with a processing capacity of 476tons per day and power output of 7,900kilowatts. Project outline Hitachi Zosen and KPN are set to construct the Energy-from-Waste plant...

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Hitachi Zosen Inova (HZI) is to build Edinburgh’s energy-from-waste plant. The Swiss clean-tech company delivers the complete technology including its proven combustion technology and a dry flue gas treatment system. The latter will reduce water use and improve the energy efficiency of the plant. A new energy-from-waste (EfW) plant is to be built at the site of the Millerhill Zero Waste Parc, in Midlothian on the...

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The Swiss clean-tech company Hitachi Zosen Inova (HZI) has successfully completed commissioning of the new energy-from-waste plant in Greatmoor (UK), and the client, FCC Environment, has taken over. FCC Environment will now operate the site for 30 years on behalf of Buckinghamshire County Council, who own the facility. This is the sixth project in the UK that HZI has successfully handed over to clients. The...

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Swiss technology company to deliver Europe’s largest energy-from-waste plant undertaken by an individual contractor Following on from the successful completion of the first energy-from-waste plant (EfW) in Ferrybridge (UK), the Swiss clean-tech company Hitachi Zosen Inova has received the order to construct the second facility. The company’s ninth project in the UK will mark a new milestone. The complete plant, consisting of a total of four...

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