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Waste-to-Energy Plant on Track in Maryland

Approval has been given by local governments for Energy Answers Baltimore to begin road work on a 158-megawatt waste-to-energy project in Curtis Bay, MD. Once a power purchase agreement is signed, the company will be in a position to purchase equipment from its technology providers.

The Fairfield waste-to-energy facility will use a solid, waste-fired, processed refuse fuel, with a 158-megawatt steam turbine to supply renewable energy to the grid. McLaren Engineering has been retained to do the design engineering and SNC Lavalin was selected to be the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor.

Source: Industrial Info

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