B&W Has Order for Palm Beach Waste to Energy Plant

B&W and BE&K, have been awarded a contract worth more than $668 million to engineer, design, procure and construct a new, 3000 tpdy state-of-the-art waste-to-energy power plant for the Solid Waste Authority (SWA) of Palm Beach County in West Palm Beach, Fla. B&W also was awarded a contract to provide operation and maintenance (O&M) services for the new facility. The first 10-year phase of the 20-year O&M agreement is valued at approximately $235 million. B&W will design and supply three mass burn boilers capable of generating up to 95 gross megawatts of electricity, grates, ash systems, metals recovery systems, emissions control equipment - including a dry flue gas desulfurization unit, baghouse, carbon injection and selective catalytic reduction system - duct work and other components. BE&K will provide the balance of plant equipment and construction services. B&W engineering, technical and support personal are expected to begin design work in Barberton this month. Furnace wall panels, boiler pressure parts and various components are targeted for fabrication in B&W's North American plants. The waste-to-energy plant is scheduled for commercial operation in spring 2015. This posting is courtesy of Industeel, a supplier of steel for boilers and other power plant components. www.babcock.com.


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