Saxlund spotlights Europewide environmental solutions to support compliance with sustainability regulations
"RWM & Let's Recycle Live" takes place on 14 & 15 September at NEC, Birmingham UK.
The company said it will discuss a number of use cases, to demonstrate substantial efficiencies and cost savings achieved by substituting low carbon fuels for fossil fuels at a time when the Saxlund Group is fast expanding its operations across Europe, providing continuity for small and large operators alike.
With over 60 years’ experience in delivering Materials Handling & Bioenergy projects across Europe, the company's key technologies improve fuel handling and combustion efficiency, which in turn reduce fuel costs and carbon emissions.
In the UK, Saxlund is currently collaborating with consultants, contractors and investors to deliver projects to substitute alternative fuels for fossil fuels for cement plants and lime production facilities, as well as fuel handling at EfW power plants and silos systems for wastewater treatment plants.
Managing director Matt Drew said: “The focus for our business in the UK is materials handling systems for difficult to handle bulk materials. The market for our technology tends to be in reducing carbon emissions in energy production, whether for industrial process heat or commercial power production. In this way we directly support customers who are increasingly needing to quickly respond to changing regulations.
Drew continued: “There is also increased interest across the board from energy producers, large business consumers and district heating groups for onsite biomass power solutions. With our Certus transportable biomass plants, we can deliver up to 3MW of efficient low carbon heat production. The Certus unit is delivered to site in two sections. and can be up and running very quickly.
"Appropriate technology, realistic project outcomes and the right investment partners remain essential, but at Saxlund the combination of our project management skills and our Combustion Centre of Competence in Sweden put us in a uniquely strong position.”
The company will be presenting its full range of solutions for combustion, waste from energy and bulk materials handling and storage, referencing dozens of sites across Europe.