Waste Management and Recycling 27 – 29.03.2018
Waste Management and Recycling 27 – 29.03.2018

Bo Johansen, Export Sales Manager, Weiss A/S

2017-01-27 11:10:44

Bo Johansen, Export Sales Manager, Weiss A/S

Weiss A/S will participate again in Save the Planet 2017. It is specialized in waste and biomass combustion solutions and has experience as a green profile company.  Tell us more about your history.
 

Weiss A/S has a long experience in building environmentally friendly and high performing combustion boilers. Since 1922, Weiss has specialized in tailor-made turn-key combustion plants. They convert various types of biomass or waste into: hot process water, district heating process.
 
What is the development of the company through the years and what are the latest products and turn-key solutions you offer to your clients?


Weiss mainly focuses on projecting, designing, and installing combustion plants for bio fuels and waste. Our turn-key plants range from 1 MW to 30 MW in a single boiler line.
We have delivered several Waste-to-energy plants burning waste wood and municipal waste in Norway while in Eastern Europe we are mostly sought for solutions for biomass combustion (i.e. burning residues from food production to deliver process steam).

However, observing the latest developments in Germany concerning sludge being banned as a fertilizer in agriculture from the 1st of January (to protect environment and groundwater) - Weiss has developed a solution that can burn sludge in conjunction with other fuel sources. Weiss expects that the German ban against using sludge as fertilizer will spread across Europe and combustion plants that can burn e.g. food and industrial waste as well as sludge will be in high demand.
 

Which of them will you present in Sofia?

 We would like to introduce our customers to solutions that are able to burn different fuels in the same oven. This optimizes the processing of waste for e.g. municipalities.
The new oven from Weiss is developed upon traditional techniques, and this approach makes it possible to combine more solid fuel sources with sludge. Normally, sludge is burned in a fluid bed incinerator. We have developed the oven with a step grate that you would use for all other types of fuel and adjusted it to accommodate sludge as well.

Municipalities can use the sludge for district heating or power. A company that produces sludge can also burn it to create process steam.

Could you please tell us about your recently realized projects in South Eastern Europe and in Bulgaria in particular?

Weiss has 7 boiler installations in service at 4 different locations in Bulgaria. Mostly we replace gas boilers with ours that can burn straw or wood chips. All installations are steam boilers that produce saturated or superheated steam for production processes within food or alcohol production. We are currently working on new possibilities also including Waste-to-energy plants.  
 
Who do you want to invite to visit your stand?

We would like to invite visitors that are interested in improving their production processes, recovering energy from resources they already have. Our solutions are very popular among food producers or district heating providers. However, like mentioned before, we are also experts in providing waste combustion installations. Observing the trends in reducing landfills and recycling - these are also becoming very popular in South Eastern Europe, sought by local communities as a simple solution to reduce municipal waste or RDF.
 

 


 

Press Release for "Waste Management and Recycling 27 – 29.03.2018" :
  • ‘Save the Planet’ 2015 opens new opportunities in waste management sector in SE Europe 11-13 March, Sofia, Bulgaria
  • Treatment of fluorinated greenhouse gases and ozone-depleting substances
  • ‘Save the Planet’ 2015 paves the way for the progress in waste management sector in SE Europe
  • Austria responds to the green technology and know-how demand in SE Europe
  • Green Technologies - the Golden String between the Economic and Social Development and Climate Change
  • ‘Save the Planet’ 2014 - Program Highlights & Exhibitor Presentations
  • Ministry of Environment and Water of Bulgaria supports ‘Save the Planet’ - Waste Management & Recycling Exhibition and Conference for Southeast Europe
  • ‘Save the Planet’ 2014: Significant increase in the number of the companies at the Austrian Pavilion
  • International Baler Service will participate at 'Save the Planet' 2014
  • Leading Companies from Waste Management Industry will Participate in ‘Save the Planet’ 2014
  • Komptech has joined ‘Save the Planet’ 2014
  • 10th South-East European Exhibition and Forum on Renewable Energy and Waste Management will Enhance the Role of Bioenergy
  • South-East Europe is on Track to a Sustainable Development
  • Austria shows a high interest in South-East European environmental market
  • ONLY a few days before the beginning of Save the Planet
  • New Centre for Development of Ecological Infrastructure in Bulgaria
  • AUWA Recycling Bulgaria at 'Save the Planet'
  • Waste Management Forum for South-East Europe
  • South-East Europe is moving forward to Environmental Waste Management
  • Recycling Bulgaria at 'Save the Planet'
  • EUROPLAST and SuperDrecksKëscht® at Save the Planet
  • Advanced Austrian Technologies at the SEE Eco Forum & Exhibition 2013
  • Starke internationale Beteiligung an Save the Planet, Ausstellung und Konferenz über Abfallwirtschaft und Recycling
  • Recycling Technologies in the spotlight of Save the Planet 2013
  • Launching of advanced technologies on the SEE Waste & Recycling Market
  • Save the Planet – the right platform for waste technologies exposure
  • Household and industrial waste as a no-cost fuel
  • Hungary at Save the Planet
  • Waste Management & Recycling - Reach the SE European Market
  • The Green Upgrade of South-East Europe
  • Is Waste-to-Energy the right solution for unrecyclable waste?
  • A small UK city hired US Covanta to generate energy from waste
  • Waste-to-Energy is a Highlight of the South-European Conference ‘Save the Planet’, organized by Via Expo
  • Materials scarcity - and answers
  • Waste and Recycling - South-East European Forum
  • Growing Waste in South-East Europe - a Source of Business Opportunities
  • EREMA and Polytechnik - again at SAVE the Planet
  • The 8th Environmental Forum for South-East Europe will be promoted within the 8th Vienna Economic Event 2
  • Waste Management in South-East Europe - market trends
  • Waste management and landfills in Austria - interview with Dr. David Laner
  • Well-known companies at the South-East European Environmental Forum 2
  • Determining the municipality waste fees and way of payment in Japan - Mariusz Grabda
  • Recycling waste packages in Japan. Construction waste recovery - Mariusz Grabda
  • Waste management in Denmark - Rene Moller Rosendal
  • Long-term Supporting Partner - Austria

     

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