Japanese waste to energy technology manufacturer, Nippon Steel & Sumikin Engineering, has received an order for the supply of core components for the new Taoyuan waste incineration plant in Taiwan.
The scope of supply and services includes basic and detail engineering for grate and furnace, supply of grate, boiler, heating surface cleaning and parts of the SNCR as well as installation and commissioning supervision.
The Taoyuan project, tendered as a BOT scheme by the Taoyuan City Government, was awarded to the Special Purpose Company (SPC) established between Evergreen Steel Corporation, Taiwan's largest containerise freight shipping company, and CTCI Group, a Taiwanese waste to energy engineering and operating company.
Commissioning of the plant, which will thermally process 27.5 tonnes of municipal and industrial waste in two incineration lines, is expected to take place in summer of 2021.
The city of Taoyuan is located in the north of Taiwan and, with 2 million inhabitants, is considered one of the country's most important industrial centres.
Waste in Taiwan has been separated since the 1990s and since the turn of the millennium almost 80% of municipal and industrial waste has been thermally treated in waste to energy plants.
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