Waste to Energy
CROSSNESS AND BECKTON THERMAL HYDROLYSIS PLANTS, LONDON, ENGLAND.
Due to an increase in population, the Crossness and Beckton Sewage Treatment Works needed a large upgrade to provide an improved sludge treatment capacity for the general population. Tamesis, joint-venture of Imtech Process and Laing O'Rourke, were awarded the multi-million pound project, contracting JK Fabrications Ltd as the design and build sub-contractor for the mechanical element of the scheme. This included the design, manufacture and installation of various diameter stainless steel pipework, ranging from Ø100mm to Ø1200mm. JK Fabrications were also contracted to design, manufacture and install various sizes of mild steel de-sludge pipework ranging from Ø100mm to Ø1200mm and various sizes of inlet baffles.
WAKEFIELD ANAEROBIC DIGESTION PLANT, LEEDS, ENGLAND
Shanks Group began construction on its residual waste treatment facility in South Kirkby, Wakefield, England. The plant uses autoclave and anaerobic digestion (AD) technology to treat waste and processes up to 230,000 tonnes of municipal waste a year, while also increasing the local authorities landfill diversion rate towards 90%.
JK Fabrications joined the project in 2015, working with Imtech UK and RosRoca Envirotec, employed as a design and build sub-contractor for the mechanical element of the project. JK Fabrications Ltd were contracted in, to design, manufacture, install and test various diameter stainless steel pipework, ranging from Ø100mm to Ø400mm for the aerobic digestion plant. Also designed, manufactured, installed were 4 No. Pasteuration Stainless Steel Vessels of size 6.5m x Ø3.5m
ANAEROBIC DIGESTION DEMONSTRATOR (Lt-AD) PLANTS, NVP ENERGY
Through a successful application for the Horizon 2020 Grant a partnership with NVP Energy was born to help deliver the low-temperature anaerobic digestion (Lt-AD) demonstrator projects.
In 2015 JK Fabrications Ltd, Designed and Manufactured the first of their Stainless Steel Vessels in accordance with the Process Specification detailed by NVP Energy. The 10.5m x Ø3.5m Vessel was then Delivered and Installed into the ABP Food Group process plant in Lurgan, Co. Armagh, Northern Ireland by JK Fabrications.
In 2016 saw the partnership once again flourish when an order for a second, larger vessel, (12m x Ø4.5m) was placed by the Arrabawn Co-Operative Group a dairy processor in Kilconnell, Co. Galway, Ireland. Once again JK Fabrications Designed and Manufactured the second of their Stainless Steel Vessels in accordance with the Process Specification detailed by NVP Energy. Delivery and Installation of the vessel was also undertaken by JK Fabrications Ltd.
2018 saw JK Fabrications Ltd once again manufacture another Stainless Steel Vessel for NVP Energy (12m x Ø3.5m). This time the Vessel was destined for the Heineken Brewery Plant in England. Delivery and Installation of the vessel was also undertaken by JK Fabrications Ltd.