Levenseat is a 12.3 MWe energy from waste (EfW) plant and adjacent Materials Recycling Facility (MRF) at Forth by Lanark, Scotland. The £111m project is the first time a UK plant has combined fluidised bed gasification technology with Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF), processed by the MRF. The MRF will recover plastics, metals, paper and card for recycling.
The facility has been designed to process up to 42 tonnes of commercial & industrial waste per hour along with municipal solid waste at the front end, producing ‘a minimum’ of 100,000 tonnes of refuse derived fuel (RDF) per annum to be burned in the adjacent energy facility or sold to other facilities.
Canadian company Machinex was contracted to provide MRF equipment for the site, including four shredders, a Machinex trommel, a waste screen, three air separators, two MACH Ballistic separators, three MACH Hyspec optical sorting units, a belt dryer and two Machinex single ram balers.
US energy technology firm Outotec developed the technology for the waste-to-energy plant – with a fluidized bed system employed
M+W Group contracted Riddell PM to manage the full production of all O&M Manuals for both the MRF Building and the Gasification Building. The Final O&M Manuals were presented in our Pyramid Digital Building Manual format, to enable easy and quick navigation of over 3,400 files of electronic data and over 47,000 pages of O&M information and drawings.
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