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BMH Technology to supply a waste processing plant to Vietnam

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BMH Technology Oy will supply a TYRANNOSAURUS® waste-to-fuel plant to TTCL Vietnam Corporation Limited as the main EPC Contractor in B?c Ninh province, Vietnam. The line will process municipal solid waste (MSW) collected in B?c Ninh province, separate recyclables and refine the rejects into refuse derived fuel (RDF). The delivery by BMH will be part of a Waste-to-Energy power plant that is being built for Thang Long Energy Environment Joint Stock Company.

The plant is designed to handle a total of 600 t of fresh MSW and industrial waste per day, which will significantly reduce landfill and enable the production of sustainable electricity. The fully automated system is flexible for future needs and has the capability to process other waste streams as well. The integrated power plant is 100% fuelled by RDF from BMH facility.

BMH has delivered several similar TYRANNOSAURUS waste refining processes to Asia, yet this facility, integrated with a power plant, is the first of its kind in Southeast Asia. The area offers plenty of potential for the technology to be used more widely.

The delivery by BMH consists of pre-treatment equipment that together form a process for utilising the rejects as new raw materials and sustainable energy. In the process, the particle size is optimised, recyclables such as metals are separated, and inert materials are removed. These include e.g. stones, sand and glass, which can potentially be used as ground filling materials. All this contributes to Vietnam’s high targets for zero landfill.

Pre-processing the waste means producing cleaner and more efficient fuel as well as separating valuable recyclables. The increased material recovery supports circular economy and contributes to higher electricity production. With this solution, a bigger amount of energy can be produced from the same amount of waste.

The equipment will be shipped to the customer end of 2022. The entire plant is scheduled to start commercial operation in the end of 2023.

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