Original disclosure @ EIB website
Updated in EWS Jan 4, 2020
Disclosed by Bank Sep 27, 2019
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According to EIB website, the project consists of different waste treatment facilities to process around 320 000 tons/year generated within the city of Hamburg in Germany. The project concerns a Material Recovery Facility (MRF) a biogas combined with a compost unit, a biomass plant and a medium-scale waste-to-energy plant processing the so-called "Refuse Derive Fuel". The project aims at recovering both material and energy.
Stadtreinigung Hamburg Anstalt des oeffentlichen Rechts provides sanitary services. The Company offers services for garbage removal, biowatse, blue paper bin, hazardous materials, bulky waste, roads, paths, recyclables, and packaging waste. Stadtreinigung Hamburg operates in Germany.
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