News and events
Want to talk with us in person at a conference? Interested in the latest news in the field of energy recovery? Here’s a quick overview of what has been happening around our company.
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Contract won for the Brite project, Rotherham biomass power plant in the UK
Contract won for the Brite project, Rotherham Biomass Plant: B&W Vølund and Interserve Strategic Projects have won a £200 million contract to design, manufacture, build and operate UK biomass facility.
Contract for biomass power plant in Margam, Wales
New biomass power plant in Margam, Wales: Our successful expansion in the UK market continues through signing contracts to build a 40MWe biomass plant and to provide 15 years of operation and maintenance.
ERFA Seminar 2015
We are inviting all our clients, both new and old, to this year's ERFA Seminar, which will be held in Copenhagen on 9-10 April.
Inconel installation kept on schedule
Vestforbrænding: An unusually powerful spell of windy weather nearly blew the scheduled delivery of Inconel-coated furnace panels off course at Vestforbrænding's Plant 6. But Babcock & Wilcox Vølund stood firm and more than made up for the time lost.
Field service engineer
Asphalt worker, sailor, chief engineer, service engineer - and farmer in his free time. Project manager Peter Enemærke is a stay-at-home with an acute case of wanderlust. An independent and service-minded Dane from southwest Jutland, who cannot sit still for very long periods of time.
Third major contract in the UK: Viridor Dunbar Energy Recovery Facility
Third major contract in the UK: Together with our consortium partner, Interserve Construction, we have signed an EPC/turnkey contract to build Viridor’s Dunbar Energy Recovery Facility, located to the East of Edinburgh.
A Europe without landfills and Russian gas
Some 80 million tonnes of waste end up at landfills in the EU each year. At the same time, Europe imported 106 billion cubic metres of gas from Russia in 2012. In light of these trends, Dr. Ella Stengler, Managing Director of CEWEP, would like to see more of the cleaner and more secure energy that is produced by waste-to-energy plants in Europe.
Ultraclean waste water
Waste water. The word does not attach itself to clean spring water, but in actual fact, the quality requirements for water recovered from waste combustion at plants such as Copenhill, ARC's Amager Bakke, are more stringent than the requirements for our drinking water.
Activities in the Middle East: Come and meet us at the World Future Energy Summit and the EcoWASTE 2015 Conference
Come and meet us at the World Future Energy Summit and the EcoWASTE 2015 Conference, UAE. Pay a visit to the Danish Cleantech pavilion, Hall 8, Booth 8140.
New orders for our licensee, Grantop in China
New orders for our licensee, Grantop in China: Grantop (Guangzhou Environment Protection Investment Co. Ltd.) has been awarded contracts for two new waste-to-energy plants in China. The new projects are the Nansha waste-to-energy plant and the Zengcheng waste-to-energy plant.