In December, the heavy boiler modules arrived at the construction site in Bremen. Several heavy transports were used to transport the modules from prefabrication to the construction site and unload them.
Subsequently, the three modules (Eco, 1st and 2nd boiler train) were lifted in several strokes to their final assembly position and welded. The lifts were carried out safely and without incident throughout. This completes the heavy assembly of the boiler modules, followed by the remaining assembly of other components until the start of the cold commissioning work.
We are pleased that the heavy-boiler-parts assembly went smoothly and would like to thank all those involved who made this step possible.
The new Sewage Sludge Treatment Plant is intended to meet the requirements of the federal legislator to recycle sewage sludge in an environmentally and climate-friendly, safe and economical manner by means of the thermal utilisation of sewage sludge. The plant is being built on the site of Bremen's Industriehäfen district in the immediate vicinity of swb's Mittelkalorik-Kraftwerk Hafen (MKK) power plant.
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