In the UK Thorne International Boiler Services Ltd have worked on a range of waste to Energy projects, below are some case studies of the work and technical support carried out by us.
In 2012 Thorne International Boiler Services Ltd (TIBS) were appointed by the company NEAT to design a complete Waste to Energy facility for household waste on a site near Bristol. The facility would burn waste in a combined gasification and pyrolysis system to generate electricity using steam turbines.
In 2009 Thorne International Boiler Services Ltd (TIBS) were appointed by Trackwork in Doncaster to design, supply and install a waste heat boiler application comprising of a two stage superheater, a piggy-back fire tube boiler with the steam drum fitted on top, an economizer, boiler feed water pumps and a deaerator.
In 2013 Thorne International Boiler Services Ltd (TIBS) were appointed by Group TIRU to design and install all high pressure and low pressure steam / water pipework for a Waste to Energy plant owned by Viridor and Exeter City Council. The 3.5MWe ERF plant in Exeter was expected to supply around 5,000 homes with energy and have the facility to provide CHP heating to local homes and companies.
In 2017 Thorne International Boiler Services Ltd were contracted by Viridor and Peterborough City Council to install a 40kW district heating system, to supply heat from the Viridor EfW plant to the adjacent city council building. The project would fall under the Renewable Obligation Scheme (ROC) and therefore would have to be installed by the 31.03.2017 to comply.