TECADE will participate in the construction of an innovative waste to energy plant in Scotland

• The industrial facility will allow the processing of 150,000 tons per year of waste for the generation of electricity in the city of Aberdeen – Scotland

• TECADE will be in charge of the manufacture, supply, surface treatment, transport and assembly of the metallic structure

TECADE will participate in the project called “Ness Energy Project” with the construction of a waste to energy plant located in Aberdeen – Scotland. It is an innovative project to obtain electrical energy from the sustainable treatment of non-recyclable waste, with a processing capacity of 150,000 tons per year and 14MW of power.

The project will provide a long-term sustainable solution for the processing of waste from several municipalities in the north-east of Scotland such as Abardeen, Aberdeenshire and Moray, thus complying with the new legislation that will come into force from 2021, in which waste dumping is prohibited in the country. The completion of the project is scheduled for 2022.

The scope of the project for TECADE includes the entire manufacturing process, with the metallic structure that will weigh approximately 3,185 tons between January and August 2021. TECADE’s first major work at an industrial structural level that will involve significant work for the next 8 months and with which its participation and experience in projects related to renewable energies is expanded..