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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.

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Geminor attends RWM 2017

25. september, 2017

Leading European energy recovery specialist, Geminor, exhibited at this year’s RWM exhibition. The event, which took place at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) in Birmingham between 12-14 September 2017, introduced more than 11,000 delegates to the waste management industry’s latest products, technologies and trends.

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Geminor wins major contract with Hull City Council

25. september, 2017

Leading European secondary fuels specialist, Geminor, has secured a major contract with Hull City Council. The agreement, which is for an initial seven-year term (with extensions for a further three and two-year period), will see Geminor implement an integrated waste processing solution to divert more than 80% of the region’s municipal waste from landfill.

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Geminor overtakelse av Nordic Waste Treatment (NWT)

8. september, 2017

Geminor har fra 1 september 2017 overtatt 100% av aksjene i NWT fra Vikingstad AS. Geminor vil utvikle selskapet til å drive nåværende og fremtidige oppdrag for behandling av ulike avfallsfraksjoner knyttet til private og offentlige oppdrag, hvor Geminor har det totale ansvaret.

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Geminor wins contract to export waste wood from Norway

7. august, 2017

Geminor has signed a four-year contract with municipal water, drainage and renovation specialist IVAR, to export 15,000 tonnes of waste wood per annum from its headquarters in Stavanger West, Norway. In total, Geminor now handles more than 130,000 tonnes of waste wood across Norway every year.

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Geminor to supply fuel to pioneering UK waste-to-energy plant

4. august, 2017

Geminor has signed a new agreement to supply refuse-derived fuel (RDF) to the Energy Works facility in Hull. Set to become operational in Q2 2018, the state-of-the-art waste-to-energy (WTE) plant will provide enough electricity every year to power more than 43,000 properties across the region.

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