Wijster, Netherlands—Deltaway Energy International, Inc., a major U.S.-based waste-to-energy (WTE) facilities design and management firm, has signed a consulting contract with Dutch waste-processing firm Attero to identify ways to optimize performance at the Wijster WTE facility in the Netherlands.
Meanwhile, Deltaway continues to improve plant performance and reduce maintenance costs at another Attero plant in the Netherlands, at Moerdijk. “We’re excited by the opportunity to share our real-world operations-based expertise on yet another Attero project,” says Francois Screve, Deltaway’s founder and president. Under a four-year contract signed in early 2015, Deltaway is executing capital improvements, process solutions, and other modifications it proposed following a consulting contract similar to the one the company announced today.
The 2,200-ton-per-day Wijster waste processing facility has been running since 1996. The plant consists of three parallel processing lines that divide waste into substreams for recycling and thermal treatment and produces biogas to upgrade to green gas for local distribution.
Deltaway Energy International, Inc. is a worldwide network of experts who focus on engineering, operation and maintenance, and outage support for waste-to-energy and biomass power plants. With experience on more than 40 plants since it was founded in 2003, Deltaway and its experts have current knowledge and expertise in all technologies. The company applies industry best practices and its own proven performance improvement tools, experience, and design solutions to help clients increase income and reduce operating costs. Deltaway is headquartered in Wyoming and maintains offices in San Francisco and Amsterdam, the Netherlands.