Geminor Denmark announces a series of contract wins
25. september, 2017
Geminor has enjoyed a successful summer, during which it has secured a number of contract wins with some of Denmark’s leading waste processing businesses. In total, Geminor DK has signed five new agreements – equating to more than 120,000 tonnes of refused derived fuel (RDF) per year.
The largest of the contracts will see Geminor supply 40,000 tonnes of RDF per year to the Fjernvarme Fyn facility in Odense. With RDF transported to the site from Germany, the agreement (which initially runs for twelve months) will commence in January 2018.
Other projects due to start next year include 20,000 tonne-contracts with Vestforbraending in Glostrup (Copenhagen) (pictured below) and KARA/NOVEREN in Roskilde. Furthermore, 15,000 tonnes of RDF will be shipped from the UK to the REFA facility in Nykoebing Falster.
A partnership with the AffaldPlus facility in Naestved completes the suite of successes. This agreement will see 25,000 tonnes of RDF shipped from the UK in 2018 and the same amount in 2019.
Tim Andersen, country manager for Geminor Denmark, commented: “Announcing five new contract wins in Denmark is incredibly exciting and further bolsters our national client portfolio. With a continent-wide network of more than 70 recovery and recycling sites, we pride ourselves on being able to offer a first-rate service to our customers – regardless of location. We look forward to getting the contracts underway and developing these relationships across the next few years.”