Air pollution control

Alstom has received two orders from Germany for its air pollution control systems. Alstom will supply the flue gas cleaning system for the Municipality of Neumünster’s Thermische Ersatzbrennstoff-Verwertungsanlage (TEV) incineration plant. The engineering for the plant has already started. Stadtwerke Neumünster is responsible for the whole energy, water and district heating supply as well as the waste-landfill in the area. The new TEV plant belongs to a new generation of plants where pre-sorted, high calorific waste will be fired with a capacity of at about 20 tonnes per hour. Alstom has also received an order from Abfallwirtschaftsgesellschaft mbH Wuppertal to supply new flue gas cleaning systems for its waste incineration plant. Both projects will include installation of Alstom’s Novel Integrated Desulphurisation (NID) flue gas cleaning process. Suitable for new and retrofit installations, NID technology is a desulphurisation system that aims to provide high performance and easy access while requiring minimum space and maintenance.

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