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Major milestone for $600 million Maryvale Energy from Waste project

The $600 million Maryvale Energy from Waste (EfW) project has reached a major milestone. The project consortium, comprising Opal, Veolia and Masdar Tribe Australia, has signed a multi-million dollar engineering design agreement with Spanish infrastructure group Cobra Instalaciones y Servicios SA (Cobra). Global energy solutions company Babcock & Wilcox will partner with Cobra to provide the world-class technology for the build.

Cobra will now deliver full design and construction costings for the project, including the potential to upsize the facility’s capacity to process 375,000 tonnes of non-recyclable waste per annum. A detailed Geotechnical investigation will commence at the site in early 2024.

Media release

December 13, 2023

A render of the Maryvale Energy from Waste project

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