A new energy-from-waste plant has been equipped with systems designed and built by Turmec to handle and process bottom ash.
The state-of-the-art UK facility will process 190,000 tonnes of municipal waste a year when fully operational, exporting around 14.5MW of energy to the national grid.
Residual waste from households across the south of Ireland will be recovered as recyclate and sustainable fuel in a new and more efficient facility from next year.
Glanway’s investment in the Turmec plant will increase annual capacity by 80% to 180,000 tonnes and boost recovery rates.
MSW now used to produce energy at an Energy from Waste plant in the UK, reducing the amount of material that would end up in landfills.
For this project, Turmec was selected to design and build an intricate ash processing system. The main requirement was to create an efficient and bespoke system […]
More and better-quality materials will be recovered at a Surrey MRF following a plant upgrade to be completed this autumn.
Waste company Grundons operates the Leatherhead materials recycling facility, which recovers glass, paper, cans and plastics from Mole Valley district council’s dry recyclable […]
Turmec has underlined its commitment to the UK waste and recycling sector – and its ambitions – with the launch of a dedicated subsidiary, now under the leadership of Trevor Smart.
The recently appointed Managing Director of Turmec UK brings more than 25 years’ valuable experience in the sector to […]