The Thermal Waste Utilisation Plant MSZ3 Moscow as an Example of Implementing and Operating a Combined Heat and Power Plant

EVN AG is a leading utility that provides energy and environmental services on an international scale. Domiciled in Lower Austria, the largest state of Austria, it is listed on the Austrian stock exchange. With its energy sector, EVN operates not just in Austria but has successfully expanded to Bulgaria and Macedonia. For its environmental services, EVN has acquired considerable expertise in Austria and in many countries in Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe. EVN supplies electricity, gas, heating and clean drinking water to its customers and takes care of proper sewage disposal and ecological garbage treatment.

1. EVN – supplier of energy and environmental services
2. EVN – at home in Poland
3. The motto for waste management: Use state-of-the-art ecological technology to make the best possible use of the energy entrapped in waste
4. Thermal waste utilisation and energy generation from garbage for the benefit of the City of Moscow
5. Customised to fit a thermal waste utilisation plant in the middle of a capital city
6. Electricity and district heating from garbageto supply 48,000 households
7. A closed circle: EVN Abfallverwertung Niederösterreich – ecological waste treatment, environmentally compatible logistics and know-how centre



Copyright: © TK Verlag - Fachverlag für Kreislaufwirtschaft
Quelle: Waste Management, Volume 1 (März 2010)
Seiten: 5
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Autor: Dipl.-Ing. Manfred Graf

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