Work at Hamon ?

7 December 2020

China site news : Hamon AQS technology supporting SUEZ NWS in the Green Development along the Yangtze Economic Belt

  • Multi-pollutants Removal
#

By providing a complete FGT system for a new sewage-treatment plant, Hamon will support SUEZ NWS in facing environmental challenges in China, where the emission requirements are higher than European Standards. 

The control of particles generated by waste incineration, such as SOx, HCl, HF, heavy metals, dioxins and furans as well as NOx requires integrated air quality systems that combine different treatments to provide the highest efficiency of removal in respect of the best available technology. Hamon offers custom made installations to respond to the most severe conditions.

With significant commitments to the ecological integrity of the Yangtze Economic Belt, China is shifting its focus to high-quality development to adress the new challenges of environmental governance in the Yangtze River Basin. 

 

 

The plant, located east of Huadong Road and west of Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding Co, will be capable of treating 3.4 million cubic meters of sewage per day upon completion. This will be the first reference handled by our local capabilities in sludge incineration. 

In Shanghai, SUEZ NWS is applying SUEZ’s Thermylis® 2S solution into Pudong’s sludge treatment  plant. This process maximizes the reduction, stabilization and harmless treatment of wet sludge with an emission performance exceeding EU standards. The fly ash at the end of the process can be used as construction material instead of being landfilled. The ongoing project has a designed daily treatment capacity of 800 tons of wet sludge and is scheduled to be completed in January 2021 as planned.

  

 

SUEZ NWS Limited SUEZ NWS Limited (“SUEZ NWS”), a joint venture between SUEZ and NWS Holdings Limited, is developing smart and sustainable solutions to help cities and industries optimize water management, recycling and waste recovery. With over 260 water and wastewater treatment plants built in Greater China, SUEZ NWS has supplied drinking water to 20 million people. It is also a leading operator of  waste management in Hong Kong. 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies.
OK