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Pöyry presents Results of Feasibility Study for first Waste-to-Energy Plant in Chile

Last year the Regional Government of the Metropolitan Region of Santiago de Chile and the Ministry of Energy awarded a feasibility study to Pöyry and EBP, whose objective was to determine the technical, economic, social and environmental viability for the installation of a Waste-to-Energy plant in the Metropolitan Region. The main objective was to explore better ways to manage municipal solid waste, including power generation. The assignment results were presented at an international seminar held on the 17th of January 2018 with Pöyry as the leading engineer and with the partner company EBP Chile.


Waste Treatment Plant Project awards $111M in Contracts to Regional Businesses in 2015

In 2015, the Waste Treatment and Immobilization Plant (WTP) project awarded more than $111 million in subcontracts to businesses based in Washington and Oregon and, of that, nearly $90 million to those in Washington’s Tri-Cities of Pasco, Kennewick, and Richland, home to the project’s main offices. These subcontracts represent 68.7 percent and 55 percent respectively of all those awarded for construction of the plant – and represents the largest percentage awarded in the past five years to Tri-Cities and regional businesses.


Radical Change required in Order to meet London’s Infrastructure Needs

A new report from the Greater London Authority (GLA) has today revealed the capital’s strategic infrastructure investment requirements to 2050.  

Working with expert help from Arup, the new report titled ‘London Infrastructure Plan 2050 – A Consultation’, examines seven sectors - from transport, waste and energy to open spaces and broadband - and spells out the infrastructure needs of London over the next thirty-five years to cope with a growing population.


Konrad passed Nuclear Waste Repository Stress Test

On 11 March 2011, the earthquake near the Japanese coast and the resulting flooding caused by a tsunami have led to serious damage at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. As a result, a nuclear disaster occurred. Based on a stress test, facilities and installations for spent fuel element and radioactive waste management in Germany were now checked in terms of safety in case of a disaster. The future Konrad repository has passed the stress test.


AricaVictims KB’s writ of summons against Boliden - Deliveries of smelting residues to Chile during the mid 1980's

On 16 September 2013 the company Arica Victims KB filed a writ of summons against Boliden Mineral AB before the district court of Skellefteå. The claim amounts to approximately SEK 90 million plus interest and relates to deliveries of smelter sludge made from Boliden to the Chilean company PROMEL between the years 1984 -1985. Here you can find Boliden´s posting in respect to its involvement and the reasons for rejecting the claim:

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