EPM Solutions were delighted to play a key role in delivering Enva’s new £1.5 million Ash Recycling Plant in Paisley, Scotland. This unique facility treats up to 20,000 tonnes a year of fly ash from biomass and Energy from Waste (EfW) facilities.
Paul Needham, Strategic Development Director said;
“As part of our ongoing innovation and development of new processes it is essential we implement new projects on time and on budget, whilst ensuring the successful delivery of key objectives. Over a number of years we have worked closely with Engineering and Asset Management specialists, EPM Solutions, to help us deliver new technology and processes for the business.
On our recent ash recovery plant, EPM Solutions project team guided the project right from the start with input to concepts, layouts and process design, procurement and project management through to handover. Their technical capability and focus on customer service excellence, ensured our business expectations were met.
They did an excellent job and without help from the EPM team, it would not have been such a successful design and build. We are delighted with the outcome.”
The ash, which would previously have been destined for disposal in hazardous landfill sites, is washed to remove contaminants and then combined with other materials to create a sustainable, concrete product.
Enva’s CEO, Tom Walsh, also commented saying:
“The environmental benefits of recycling fly ash are compelling. Every tonne of recycled aggregate produced by this plant reduces demand for quarried materials by the same amount and working with ASCH can offset 200-300kg of virgin material in every tonne of concrete manufactured. “
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Mhairi Black, MP for Paisley and Renfrewshire South, has officially opened Enva’s new £1.5 million Ash Recycling Plant in Paisley, Scotland.