First LAWI Engineering waste-to-energy power plant was commissioned today!
LAWI Engineering team is proud to announce, that after almost 2.5 years of working, today our first waste-to-energy power plant has reached its commissioning date! This 9.4 MWel power plant is owned and operated by Better World Green Public Co., Ltd. in the Saraburi province. It fully meets all necessary environmental regulations and requirements and is a further contribution to resolving the waste management problem in Thailand.
We want to thank the whole team for the excellent work throughout the whole project, especially for the outstanding completion of important milestones such as design, supply, installation and commissioning of the combustion system, steam boiler, feed water and ash discharge system.
After a successful reliability test, which consisted of 336 hours of continuous operation, the power plant was connected to the public electricity grid. Up to 70,000 tons of waste will be combusted in this power plant annually, which will generate approximately 53,000 MWh of electric power per year.
The completion of this power plant is a successful start for LAWI Engineering in the field of waste-to-energy power plants. Currently, in our project pipeline there are several waste-to-energy power plant project inquiries, whereas the second power plant with a firing capacity of 7 MW is planned to be commissioned in 2nd quarter of 2019.