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Energy Recovery Facility Case Study

The plant processes local residual household, commercial and industrial waste. It generates 7.25 MW of green energy, contributing to Peterborough Council’s Blue Sky project to provide sustainable energy in a smart city environment.

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Combustible Fractions of Waste-to-Energy Case Study

The Filbornaverket waste-to-energy plant in Helsingborg produces steam, district heating and electricity. The main fuel is combustible fractions of waste from households, industry and businesses. The plant uses the region’s large quantities of combustible waste to produce electricity and district heating for the local grid.

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Recovered Non-Shredding WtE Case Study

Forus 2's recovered energy is utilized for the inhabitants of Sandnes, Sola and Stavanger. Typically, shredding of waste can easily cost about 15 € per ton which is not needed with this B&W solution.

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Waste-Fired Power Plant Case Study

The Sundsvall waste-fired power plant is the first plant with B&W’s new cast water-cooled grate bars. The boiler is designed with three-vertical passes and horizontal convection part.

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W.H. Sammis Plant Case Study

The W.H. Sammis plant is the largest of FirstEnergy’s coal-fired electric generating facilities in Ohio. The plant consists of seven coal-fired units totaling 2,220 MW and is located along the Ohio River.

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Keephills Unit 3 Case Study

Spray dryer absorber, pulse jet fabric filter and mercury control systems result in high SO2 removal efficiency and low operation and maintenance costs.

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Lansing Generating Station Case Study

Circulating dry scrubber (CDS) designed, installed and integrated with fabric filter achieves SO2 removal efficiency up to 98%.

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Industrial Waste Steam Plant Case Study

This plant is installed at the cardboard factory Örebro Kartongbruk AB, situated in Örebro, Sweden. The fuel consists partly of wet and dry fractions of waste from the cardboard factory and partly of unsorted industrial waste including plastic, wood and a fraction of uncombustible material.

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Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Plant Case Study

The I/S REFA waste incineration plant in Nykøbing Falster, Denmark is jointly owned by 13 municipalities. The company collects and treats all kinds of waste from households and industries on the two islands of Lolland and Falster, a total of about 200,000 tons/year. The majority of the waste is either combusted or recycled.

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Waste-to-Energy - L90 Esbjerg Plant Case Study

B&W supplied the complete incinerator with state-of-the-art Waste-to-Energy technology which included waste crane, feed chute, feed grate and five-section combustion grate, combustion air system, auxiliary burners, ash conveyors for slag and fly ash from the boiler hoppers, feed water pumps with controls.

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