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M+W Group enters waste-to-energy market in U.K.

By Gerald Ondrey |

Biffa Group (www.biffa.com) has announced a strategic alliance with M+W Group’s (Stuttgart, Germany; www.mwgroup.net) U.K. team, which will act as the turnkey contractor for the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) of Biffa’s new waste management facility at the company’s Brookhurst Wood site, in West Sussex. The new facility is to be built as part of a 25-year contract between Biffa and West Sussex County Council to treat the County’s residual municipal waste using the latest mechanical biological treatment (MBT) technology. The MBT facility, which received planning consent in April 2010, comprises an integrated mechanical sorting and anaerobic digestion plant, and a visitor center. The contract will create up to 80 new jobs in West Sussex. The Brookhurst Wood site is the first project Biffa and M+W Group are collaborating on, and is proof of the excellent teamwork relationship developed between the two companies. John Casey, director of engineering at Biffa Group stated "Biffa have been working for a number of months with M+W Group’s UK team and are pleased to announce that we are going to work more closely and further enhance the already excellent working relationship. M+W Group is a…
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