Guangzhou, China—Deltaway Energy International, Inc., a major U.S.-based waste-to-energy (WTE) facilities design and management firm, has announced the completion of its conceptual design work for a proposed WTE facility in China.
The 1,500 ton-per-day Huadu WTE Facility, owned by Guanzhou Environment Investment Technology Equipment Co. (GRANTOP), is projected to produce 28 megawatts of power for Guangzhou, southern China’s largest city and one of that country’s largest producers of municipal waste.
Deltaway’s studies have provided GRANTOP with information on which to base decisions regarding further development of the Huadu facility. A portion of the study has led to further design of the proposed facility’s front-end processing, where improvements to the incoming waste stream and some recycling will take place.
“Following design studies of this type and conceptual design, Deltaway will often proceed into engineering, technical assistance to full design and construction for WTE facilities and eventually into an operations and maintenance contract for the finished plant, if our client wishes,” says Francois Screve, Deltaway’s president. GRANTOP will review the study results and expects a decision on further development by midyear.