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BMH Technology to supply fuel handling system to Tampereen Sähkölaitos

In Finland, material handling and size reduction specialist BMH Technology Oy has announced that it will supply a solid recovered fuel (SRF) and biomass fuel handling system to Tampereen Sähkölaitos Oy's Naistenlahti power plant in Tampere. The new Naistenlahti 3 boiler will replace the Naistenlahti 2 boiler that has reached the end of its technical lifetime.

Ari Nyrökorpi (left) and Mikko Osara of BMH Technology, Antti-Jussi Halminen, and Erkki Suvilampi of Tampereen Sähkölaitos. In the background the previous material handling system delivered by BMH Technology in 2009 (photo courtesy BMH Technology).

Tampereen Sähkölaitos is a modern energy group that produces renewable energy and actively develops future energy solutions in Finland. The company is building a new boiler plant in Naistenlahti, Tampere.

BMH Technology will supply a solid recovered fuel and biomass fuel handling system as a turnkey delivery to the new plant. The delivery will consist of a fuel receiving system with a capacity of 1 000 m3 per hour, a fuel quality control system, renewals of existing fuel storages, and conveying systems to the boiler.

For the solid recovered fuel, BMH Technology will supply a separate quality control station, fuel storage and conveying systems to the boiler. The entire fuel handling plant has an estimated value of close to EUR 15 million and will be handed over to the customer at the end of 2022.

With the new plant, the City of Tampere will significantly reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The new plant will replace old combustion technology and increase the use of renewable fuels.

While BMH Technology supplied a biofuel system to Naistenlahti power plant in 2009, this new contract marks a significant continuation to the cooperation of BMH Technology and Tampereen Sähkölaitos.

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