O.C.O Technology joins Maryvale Energy from Waste project to deliver 99% landfill diversion
In another step towards delivering the Maryvale Energy from Waste (EfW) facility, the project consortium is very pleased to announce that O.C.O Technology has joined the project as a Collaboration Partner.
November 9, 2022
Tag: Energy from Waste
Maroondah City Council has been announced as the first Council that will supply municipal solid waste to the Maryvale Energy from Waste (EfW) facility to be built in the Latrobe Valley, Victoria.
In a major step forward, an $8 million Bottom Ash Recycling facility has been approved by EPA Victoria. It is the first facility of its kind to be approved for construction in the state and will be located with the Maryvale Energy from Waste (EfW) facility.
David Jettner, General Manager, Corporate Development & Strategic Projects at Opal, recently presented at Infrastructure Victoria’s webinar,Waste and resource recovery – are we making progress towards a circular economy?
The Maryvale Energy from Waste (EfW) project has received a $48.2 million grant through the Australian Government’s Modern Manufacturing Initiative (MMI).
Citywide has announced that it has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding to explore participation in the proposed state-of-the-art Energy from Waste (EfW) facility at Maryvale, following the signing of an agreement with the project’s participants.
The Maryvale Energy from Waste (EfW) project has marked three important milestones in its plan to deliver a state-of-the-art EfW facility, located at the Maryvale Mill in Victoria. These include Masdar and Tribe becoming equity partners, ACCIONA selected as the construction partner and SUEZ Australia and New Zealand committed 150,000 tonnes of waste per annum.
Opal Australian Paper Maryvale is one of the largest employers in the Latrobe Valley with approximately 850 full time employees. When flow on effects are taken into account, we support 2,387 jobs and contribute $451 million to the economy of the Latrobe Valley region.
Video of The Energy from Waste: Morwell Information Centre Official Opening.
Opal Australian Paper and SUEZ have joined forces with Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC) as an important next step towards a $600 million Energy from Waste (EfW) facility in the Latrobe Valley.