Industrial Fan Services – Selected as official suppliers
It comes with great delight to announce that Industrial Fan Services Ltd has been appointed as the official supplier for the 42 MWe Newhurst Energy-From-Waste facility. The revolutionary facility for the Newhurst Project is based in Shepshed, Leicestershire, UK, just off the M1 motorway.
A significant addition to the UK’s waste management infrastructure
Specifically speaking, the project aims to combat climate change by moving non-recyclable waste away from landfill sites. This will be done through providing sustainable waste treatment. More specifically, the site will treat up to 350,000 tonnes of non-recyclable waste per year. This therefore has the potential to generate up to 42 MW of low-carbon electricity. Altogether, this is enough to power around 80,000 homes. This will consequently be a significant addition to the UK’s waste management infrastructure. The facility is due to enter its operational phase in 2023.
How we will be contributing
Our team at Industrial Fan Services Ltd will be designing and manufacturing two extraction fans for the Newhurst Project. These fans will be imperative to the extraction of fumes from the facility. The fans will provide the required duty, whilst still being highly efficient. Therefore reducing carbon emissions and helping move the UK towards being carbon neutral.
Alternatively, if you want to speak with us regarding your energy from waste project, call us today or fill in the contact form below, and we’ll get back to you.
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