ANDRITZ’s air pollution control engineer – Mr. Jörgen Linnér from the Product Center Växjö (Sweden) – has received the Masuda award from the International Society for Electrostatic Precipitation (ISESP) for developing innovative uses and applications for Electrostatic Precipitator (ESP) technology.
The acquisition will further strengthen ANDRITZ’s market position for renewable energy equipment especially with grate technology and enhance its capacity and quality of manufacturing of pressure parts and boiler auxiliary equipment
International technology group ANDRITZ has received an order from Veolia Services Suomi, a Veolia Group company, to supply a biomethanol purification plant.
International technology group ANDRITZ has received an order from Forsyning Helsingør in Denmark to supply a Metris BOA measurement and analysis system including boiler operation advisor apps.
International technology group ANDRITZ has successfully started up a new biomass boiler plant, including a biomass receiving and handling system, at Swedish energy company Vattenfall AB for its “Carpe Futurum” project.
International technology group ANDRITZ is to supply Germany’s first CO2 capture plant based on the amine process to the cement works in Rohrdorf.
The global economy is in constant need of power, which is still mainly provided by coal, oil and gas – fossil fuels that are finite and harmful to the environment over their whole value chain. Other more sustainable resources such as municipal waste or sludge have started to establish their position in the industry and are gaining more attention now due to the global effort to develop and install solutions that will minimize CO2 emissions.