B&W to supply Finnish waste-to-energy plant

Babcock & Wilcox Volund, the Denmark-based subsidiary of Babcock & Wilcox, has been awarded a US$35 million contract with Finland-based EkoKem to supply key equipment for a 36 MW waste-to-energy CHP plant in Riihimäki.
B&W Volund will design, manufacture, deliver and construct the waste-to-energy plant’s heat recovery boiler using B&W’s patented DynaGrate water-cooled combustion grate, burners, combustion air system, selective non-catalytic reduction system and other components.
Engineering is underway at B&W Volund’s Esbjerg, Denmark offices.
The plant is scheduled for completion prior to commissioning in the autumn of 2013.
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