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Nieuws - 28 January, 2021

New biogas plant for Green Create


A few weeks ago we started groundwork for the construction of a new biogas plant for Green Create in Wijster (NL). This Waste-to-Value (W2V) Plant is designed to convert poultry manure into biogas, electricity and concentrated dry fertilisers. The factory uses residual heat from the adjacent waste plant owned by Attero. Several thousand piles are currently driven into the ground for the foundation of the building.

IN CONSTRUCTION TEAM

We realise the entire civil and structural scope of the project. This means that we are responsible for the realization of the entire building, the foundation of the silos and the site layout. For the engineering of the project, we formed a construction team with our client. An important advantage of this working method is that we think along about the optimal integration of the process installations in the building. At our request, Hoes Noord and NTP Infra joined the construction team, for the concrete construction and the site layout respectively.

PREVIOUS COOPERATION

Technology company and investment fund Green Create will be responsible for the installation and daily operation of the Waste 2 Value Plant. The assignment for the construction is the result of a previous cooperation between employees of Green Create and our Design & Build department. Since this went satisfactorily then, it contributed to the acquisition of this new assignment. If everything goes according to plan, the biogas plant will be fully operational in the first quarter of 2022.

PRODUCTIE

Green Create, an international environmental company, has the mission to create tangible value from the waste flows of agriculture and industry. The new W2V Plant is designed to convert poultry manure into biogas for the production of:

  • 3.0 MW electricity
  • 3.1 MW thermal energy and
  • Up to 27.0 MW biomethane for injection in the local gas network.

Alister Inglesby, CEO Green Create: “This project is another building block in our journey to create value from waste and to do our part in helping create a sustainable future for the Netherlands.”