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Greenbank showcasing its waste to energy capability at RWM

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A leading specialist engineering company will be showcasing its ability to help the power generation industry to convert waste into usable energy at next month’s RWM Exhibition in Birmingham.

For decades, the Greenbank Group has been at the forefront of efforts to improve the efficiency of coal-fired power stations. Now, together with its joint venture company and combustion optimisation specialist Ammegen, it’s leading the way in applying and developing technologies to encourage the adoption of more sustainable fuels.

Throughout the two-day exhibition at the NEC, which gets underway on September 12, experts from Greenbank and Ammegen will be on hand on stand 5F51 to explain their role in a revolution in the energy generation market.

Ray Moorehead, Greenbank Sales and Marketing Director, explained: “In recent years we’ve seen growing interest in energy from waste as part of the energy mix, alongside biomass, biofuels and other renewables.

“In response we’ve developed a comprehensive range of products and services aimed squarely at this growing market, which is seeing an increasing number of new waste to energy facilities being built alongside the conversion to burning biomass of existing coal fired power generation plants.

“Thanks to our JV with Ammegen, Greenbank is not only able to travel globally with the brand, we’ve strengthened our capabilities and increased the company’s scope to offer to our home market here in the UK. ”

Managing and controlling unwanted emissions is key to the renewables and waste to energy industry maintaining the goodwill it receives from the public and support from Government as we all look to build a future of electricity generation from lower emission sources.

The portfolio of products and services Greenbank and Ammegen now jointly offer will help plants achieve their goals to continually optimise the combustion process in the least damaging way to the environment.

Greenbank and Ammegen’s highly skilled engineering team can fine tune boiler performance from processes developed in-house, delivering a ‘one-stop-shop’ solution for plant operators.

Thanks to more than 60 years operating in heavy industry, Greenbank is also considered a market leader in the design, manufacture and installation of abrasion resistant lining products and bulk materials handling systems.

“This enables the materials handling side of the business to also play its part in prolonging plant operational life and reducing plant downtime,” Ray said.

The company can even assist with precision mapping of existing plant through state-of-the-art laser scanning. Thanks to its well-equipped manufacturing facilities in Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire it can also offer extensive fabrication services.

Ray added: “At RWM we’re looking forward to working with the Energy to Waste sector and to continue to helping them maintain their drive for an efficient, ‘greener’ and more sustainable way of generating electricity whilst delivering productivity savings and delivering a significant return on investment for operators.”


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