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Optimising heat recovery in EfW and biomass boilers


EXPERTS from Green’s, Europe’s largest designer and manufacturer of economisers and waste heat recovery systems, are to exhibit at RWM on stand 5A103.


Based in Wakefi eld, Green’s will be able to share their vast experience of working with Energy-from-Waste (EfW) companies, and how to optimise capturing waste gases, while reusing it for other applications at their plants.


Sites using Green’s systems include Drax, Tyseley EfW, LondonEnergy, Amagervaerket CHP, Jersey Waste and Coventry Waste.


Green’s will also be off ering visitors to their stand a free site assessment of their steam-generating and waste-heat-recovery equipment to help proactively identify where improvements can be made in performance and increase effi ciency.


200 years of knowledge, skill and engineering expertise goes into the systems that Green’s design and fabricate from its certifi cated UK factory. Thousands of Green’s products have been installed all


across the UK and Europe as well as in Asia, Australia, America, and Africa.


Green’s Aftermarket Manager, Neil Ford, will be speaking in the Energy Theatre on Thursday 13th September at 2pm on ‘Optimising heat recovery in EfW and biomass boilers’. Neil’s presentation will go into depth about how EfW and biomass power plant operators’ agendas are focused on controlling costs, improving effi ciency and increasing sustainability;


recovering waste heat and reusing it to cut energy usage is a proven method to help achieve these objectives. Green’s systems help companies in the waste-to-energy and biomass sectors in order to reduce emissions and cut energy usage, and costs. The West Yorkshire- based company also off ers a wide range of services including repairs, servicing, installation and supply of spares. www.greenspower.co.uk


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