Geminor wins seven year contract with Hull City Council

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Hull Energy Works plant

European secondary fuels specialist Geminor has secured a seven year contract with Hull City Council.

Working in partnership with local waste management company Wastewise, Geminor will now manage the handling of 46,000 tonnes of municipal solid waste every year, collected from more than 100,000 homes.

Waste will be refined into derived fuel at a Geminor waste processing facility which will be situated next to an Energy Works gasification facility, where the fuel will be recovered.

Geminor predicts that around 5 MW of renewable energy will be created every year.

James Maiden, UK country manager at Geminor, said: "Geminor Group has considerable experience in delivering sustainable waste processing solutions for organisations across the continent.

"Thanks to a close working relationshiop with Hull's Energy Works plant, we can ensure that a significant proportion of the City's municipal waste is used to generate renewable energy, rather than sent to landfill."

The agreeement will commence on 1 April, 2018.

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