Energy from waste
A large quantity of new resources can be extracted from a mountain of waste. We are increasingly seeing the truth of this, and the processes are constantly being improved. A modern waste treatment and recycling plant can recover its waste heat to supply a district heating network and/or produce biogas to reinject into the natural gas grid. The most advanced technologies make it possible to extract more energy, with a higher calorific value.
To design and build organic waste to energy plants, we use the latest knowledge and tools: expanded, transformed or new waste treatment plants are designed using BIM technology (general planning, operation) and with all the services for optimal energy recovery.
A waste-to-energy plant and its surroundings
When designing and building these facilities we also keep in mind the safety of people and the environment, and not just at the plants themselves. Integration into the urban architecture and protection of the local biodiversity are always key components of any project. The reuse of excavated soil (construction waste) is another facet of waste management, and at BG we also have experts in this fast-growing sector.