Shell Green in £90 million sewage upgrade

29 June 2010

Shell Green United Utilities’ sewerage dewatering and incineration centre has embarked on a £90 million construction project that will add a new wastewater sludge incineration facility to its existing Mersey Valley, UK operation.

Joint contractors Veolia Water Solutions and Technologies and Costain will handle the project, drafting in the services of Endress+Hauser and Denca.

When the new incineration facility is complete, energy from the incineration process will be recovered to create plant steam and, ultimately, generate electricity for delivery back to the National Grid. Via the use of a three-stage flue gas-cleaning process the scheme will meet Environment Agency PPC (Pollution Prevention and Control) regulations.

Taking responsibility for the design, engineering, support and installation of all cabling systems, including feeder cables, supplies to motors, discreet I/Os, PLC and PROFIBUS instrumentation, Denca were selected by Endress+Hauser.

“It was exceptionally gratifying to receive this latest contract from Endress+Hauser,” said Denca joint managing director, John Talbot. “The Mersey Valley project is a considerable task and we will work in close collaboration with the various partners to ensure our scope of the task is completed on budget and on time.”

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