Caliqua AG, Basel (CH)
Caliqua is Switzerland’s leading supplier of thermal plants for municipal service providers and industry. We realize energy centers, combined heat and power plants and district heating systems – from the conception to the turnkey plant.
BERTSCHenergy is one of the leading companies in international power plant and plant construction. In addition, we manufacture a wide range of waste heat systems and equipment for the chemical and petrochemical industries.
Riverside Resource Recovery Ltd., London (UK)
Cory Riverside Energy in the UK operates one of the largest Energy from Waste facility in the United Kingdom, located on the banks of the River Thames in London
KHKW Hagenholz, ERZ Zürich (CH)
It is one of two waste incineration plants of Entsorgung + Recycling Zürich. Together with the Aubrugg district heating plant, the plant supplies most of Zurich’s district heating network, which is 150 kilometres long and supplies around 80,000 apartments.
Hitachi Zosen Inova AG, Zürich (CH)
Hitachi Zosen Inova AG is a global leader in energy from waste (EfW), acting as an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor delivering complete turnkey plants and system solutions for energy recovery from waste. The core areas of in-house technology are combustion, steam and power, anaerobic digestion, and flue gas treatment.
Waste to Energy Agency, City of Oslo (NO)
Oslo Municipality is establishing an integrated solution for waste treatment, energy recovery and district heating including increased use of renewable energy
Werdhölzli Sewage Treatment plant (CH)
ERZ Entsorgung + Recycling Zurich treats the city’s wastewater at the Werdhölzli sewage treatment plant, Switzerland’s largest. Here the wastewater is treated in five stages: mechanical, biological, chemical, ozonation and filtration. Clean water
Kraftwerk Schwedt GmbH & Co. KG (DE)
The plant is specially tailored to the needs of the customer (LEIPA). The thermal utilization of the residual materials resulting from the paper production as well as the additional substitute fuels completely covers and ensures the heat demand and the electricity demand
E.ON Energy from Waste Leudelange S.à r.l. (LU)
In Leudelange, south of Luxembourg City, Sidor also has the highly modern waste recovery plant planned and erected by EEW. EEW Leudelange has been operating this plant since 2010 and generating electrical energy from 175,000 tons of waste.
B+T Energie GmbH, Witzenhausen
The replacement fuel power plant Kraftwerk Witzenhausen is the first plant in Germany to fully supply a large industrial customer with alternative energy from renewable energy sources and at the same time ensure the environmentally friendly and efficient use of substitute fuels for energy generation.