EEW Energy from Waste Delfzijl operates a waste incineration plant for treated industrial and household waste and Refuse Derived Fuels (RDF) in Delfjzijl, Netherlands. The plant consists of two incineration lines for up to 384,000 tonnes of waste per year since 2010.
Its advantageous position inside Industrial Park Oosterhorn is that the consisting infrastructure for delivery of fuels via ship, train or truck can be used. And there are short ways for supply of process steam for industrial companies.
Due to this umwelttechnik & ingenieure GmbH was assigned with engineering services for erection of a third line of the plant.
Our significant services for the project are:
- preliminary planning
- tendering procedure and awarding
- planning of interfaces, construction planning and superordinate scheduling
- supervision for construction, process engineering, EMSR, boiler, turbine and flue gas cleaning
- quality management and construction supervision
Inspection of consisting bunker roof with view to Northern Sea (Source: umwelttechnik & ingenieure GmbH)
3D-model of the WtE-Plant (Source: umwelttechnik & ingenieure GmbH)