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A role model in Europe: The new Wiesbaden waste-to-energy plant

One process line will be supplied, comprising waste reception and handling, cranes, EI&C, grate, steam generator and dry flue gas cleaning including selective catalytic reduction (SCR), and water-steam cycle. To ensure continuous incineration of the high-calorific waste, the proven Doosan Lentjes water-cooled reciprocating grate will be applied. The high flexibility of this technology will allow simple adaptation to changing fuel properties. This means that waste with different compositions and qualities can also be reliably thermally treated over the entire lifetime of the facility.

The selected plant concept will harness the maximum performance potential of the energy contained in the waste to generate electricity and district heating for the citizens of the greater Wiesbaden area.

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