Guide: The total contract amount is S$1.5 billion. New China and China cooperate to build a large-scale waste incineration power plant. How much is waste? With the rapid development of global industrialization and urbanization, waste and waste have already had a very adverse impact on human health, livelihood, environment and prosperity. According to the World Bank's "How Much Rubbish 2.0" report, 20.1 tons of municipal solid waste are generated every year in the world, and at least 33% of them do not pass through the environment
According to the World Bank's "How Much Rubbish 2.0" report, 20.1 tons of municipal solid waste are generated every year in the world, and at least 33% of them are not environmentally sound.
The 2018 report has been updated on the basis of the previous report. The report predicts that rapid urbanization, population growth and economic development will increase the amount of global waste by 70% in the next 30 years, and the amount of waste generated each year will reach a staggering 3.4 billion tons.
The three giants join forces to turn "waste" into "treasure"
On April 22, 2020, a consortium led by Singaporean business giant Keppel Corp. won a general engineering contract signed by the National Environment Agency of Singapore, which will build a large waste power plant for Singapore.
It is understood that the consortium consists of the following three giants:
1. Keppel Seghers Engineering Singapore under Keppel Group
2. China Harbour (Singapore) Engineering
3. ST Engineering Marine, part of Singapore Technologies Engineering, a subsidiary of Singapore Technology Engineering Corporation
IWMF is the most advanced flagship facility designed to help Singapore achieve greater environmental sustainability. In addition to waste-to-energy plants and material recycling facilities, food waste treatment and sludge incineration plants will also be included.
According to the contract design, as part of the first phase of the Tuas Nexus IWMF project, the waste incineration power plant can process 2900 tons of waste per day, and the material recycling facility can process 250 tons of material per day. It is expected to be completed in 2024, and it is expected to become the largest waste incineration in Singapore. One of the power plants.
The main contents of the project include the design, construction, equipment purchase, supply, installation and commissioning of waste incineration facilities such as waste incinerators, boilers, waste sorting devices, plant construction, and steel structures.
This project is the successful cooperation between China Harbour and Singapore Keppel Seghers in the first phase of the largest environmental protection project in Hong Kong-the comprehensive waste treatment facility in 2017. The two parties deepened exchanges, looked at the world, and worked together again to expand the market for environmental protection projects .
Singapore Keppel Sigs Engineering Company has the basic design and detailed design of the core technology of the waste incineration power plant. Its core equipment and supporting equipment can reduce the discharge of harmful pollutants from the waste incineration plant to the lowest level of similar projects in the world. The most stringent EU emission standard recognized in the world.
Sigma's patented technology for waste incineration power generation has been successfully adopted by more than 100 waste incineration power plants, including Qatar in the Middle East, Manchester, United Kingdom, Bialystok, Poland, Beijing, Tianjin, Shenzhen, Xi'an, Yueyang, Guilin, etc. Country and city.
The project will well demonstrate the strengths of the three giants, coordinated operations, and give full play to their combined advantages of specialization and localization.