Veolia in biomass EfW acquisition

Veolia ES (UK) Ltd has announced that it has completed the acquisition of the business and assets of Boomeco Limited, a waste wood processor and producer of Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF).   

Based in Avonmouth, Bristol in the UK, the Boomeco site processes wood into chips to be used in combined heat and power plants and produces RDF from residual household waste.
Gavin Graveson, Veolia’s Chief Operating Officer Public and Commercial in the UK said: ‘We are making significant progress in our drive to increase the quality of energy we are delivering from renewable sources.  
Graveson added: ‘Post-COP21, Veolia’s ongoing expansion in biomass and RDF production will help the UK meet its 2020 carbon emissions targets, reducing reliance on fossil fuels and enhancing domestic energy security.’

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