Hitachi Zosen Inova Australia
Waste is our Energy - Engineering is our Business - Sustainable Solutions are our Mission
We are a global leader in energy from waste (EfW), acting as an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor delivering completeturnkey plants and system solutions for energy recovery from waste. Our solutions are based on efficient and environmentally sound technology, are thoroughly tested, can be flexibly adapted to user requirements, and cover the entire plant life cycle.
The company’s customers range from experienced waste management companies to up-and-coming partners in new markets worldwide. HZI’s innovative and reliable waste and flue gas treatment solutions have been part of over 600 reference projects delivered since 1933.
Links to capabilities and other information about HZI
- Our solutions are based on efficient and environmentally sound in-house technology, and cover the entire life cycle of an Energy-from-Waste facility. Our proven technologies have been part of more than 700 plants worldwide. View pamphlet here
- Zero Waste Utopia and the role of waste-to-energy - the ‘Zero Waste’ concept has become a viral and omnipresent phrase in recent years. People are fascinated by the idea because it envisages the inspiration of consuming with a good conscience, leaving no garbage behind. This article addresses the idea of Zero Waste and the impossibility of its realisation. Read article here.
- East Rockingham WtE - The East Rockingham WTE project is a 300,000 tonne-per-annum energy from waste facility under construction in the Rockingham Industry Zone in the south of Perth. On completion, the facility will deliver a cost-effective waste treatment solution and a vital source of dispatchable renewable energy, whilst achieving a 96% diversion of residual waste from landfill.
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- HZI consortium signs 20-year Waste Supply Agreement with the EMRC & named Preferred Tenderer by City of Cockburn (14 March 2018) - A consortium led by HZI has signed an agreement with the Eastern Metropolitan Regional Council (EMRC) for the supply of waste to the East Rockingham Resource Recovery Facility for a minimum of 20 years. Read full media release>>
- New waste supply agreement to save money, reduce landfill tonnages and carbon emissions (9 March 2018) - The city of Cockburn has accepted a tender to supply its general waste for processing at an Energy-from-Waste (EfW) plant for 20 years from 20221. Read full media release>>
- HZI to build waste plant in Dubai (29 Jan 2018) - Dubai Municipality has selected Swiss clean tech company Hitachi Zosen Inova in a joint venture with Belgium's largest construction company BESIX Group to build one the largest energy-from-waste facilities. The plant will treat 1,825,000 tons of municipal solid waste per year. Read full media release>>
- Submission to Low-Emssions Economy Inquiry 2 Oct 2017) - The comments in this submission are based on our experience worldwide and reflect our commitment to provide sustainable waste recovery solutions. Read more here>>
- An inconvenient truth - How NZ can take off to Paris with Energy from Waste - BANZ webinar, 8 Oct 2016) - Case studies from operational facilities were portrayed and their relevance in the New Zealand context discussed
View presentation slides, and Access webinar recording>>
- The missing link (Waste Management Review Aug/Sept 2016): Dr Marc Stammbach of HZI Australia uses the recent basslink cable fault as an example of how energy from waste would provide energy security for Australia, as it is doing in Europe. Read more here>>
- Fortune favours the brave (Inside Waste Issue 73 - Aug 2016): by end of 2016, HZI will deliver its patented Kompogas technology to Europe's largest biogas plant for dry anaerobic digestion in Bologna, Italy. Read more here>>
- Full Steam Ahead (Waste Management Review, April/May 2016): HZI has delivered a new Energy-from-Waste plant in Switzerland that is maximising energy delivery to the region and a business - a blueprint for a project that could work in Australian conditions. Read more here>>
Contact: Dr Marc Stammbach
By email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Anaerobic digestion; energy from waste