CIMAS attended the fire ceremony of the model project: waste-to-energy plant

CIMAS attended the fire ceremony of the model project: waste-to-energy plant

On September 16, 2016, Fire Ceremony of the Model Project: an Industrial Waste Power Generation System was held by The Urban Environment One Member State-Owned Company (URENCO) and Hitachi Zosen (Japan) at Nam Son Waste Treatment Complex, Soc Son, Hanoi. The consortium CIMAS/ Lilama 69-1 as the subcontractors in charge of detail design, construction and procurement also presented to take part in the ceremony.

CIMAS GD Lee, Ming-Shyan (the fifth from the left) with representatives from other Parties at Fire Ceremony

At the ceremony, CIMAS General Director Mr. Lee Ming Shyan shares his great happiness and honor that CIMAS is a part of this special project. This is the first plant recovering the heat from treatment process to generate electricity in Vietnam; therefore CIMAS has broadened a lot of new field’s experience. The incineration plant will be able to treat 75 tons of industrial waste to generate the electricity capacity of 1,930 kW per day. The plant will consume a part of electricity capacity and the rest is supplied for national grid. The total investment of the project is over 645 billion Vietnam dong, including 1,770 million Japanese Yen (472 billion Vietnam dong) in ODA fund of the New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO) and 173 billion Vietnam dong of reciprocal capital.

CIMAS GD Lee, Ming-Shyan with Project Department take part in Fire Ceremony

After the Fire Ceremony, industrial and solid waste will be fired as a running test and the plant is planned to be handed over to the Owner  in December 2016. Ideally, the plant will help share waste treatment at traditional dumping areas in order to treat effectively solid waste in Hanoi and neighboring areas. Besides, the plant also helps avoid lack of electric power of the city. CIMAS is especially proud of being a part of the national project which brings a lot of benefits to our society.

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