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Last update: 18/06/2019


Modern waste treatment in South London

21.10.2015, Beddington, Great Britain

Our French partner company CNIM and the Irish Lagan Construction Group are building two waste combustion lines for the British waste management company Viridor, which will be operating the lines on behalf of the South London Waste Partnership, an organisation set up by the boroughs of Kingston, Croydon, Merton and Sutton.

The Beddington waste-to-energy plant is to start operating in 2017 and will replace the local landfill site. The two combustion lines will generate electricity for approx. 30,000 households and will be equipped to serve a district heating system.

MARTIN will supply two reverse-acting grates, each with 3 runs and a total width of 6.320 m. Each line will have a gross heat release of 47.9 MW and a throughput of up to 19.8 t/h.