MälarEnergi, Block 6

In Sweden, virtually no waste goes to landfill dumps anymore. Over the past decade, Sweden has become better at recycling, but has also greatly increased the capacity to make energy out of the waste.

Up until 2008, Swedish incinerators were mainly fuelled by domestic waste, but since then, imports have grown steadily. By 2015, Sweden is expected to import 1.5 million tonnes of waste from countries with less efficient energy recycling.
Consilium Incendium AB has supplied the fire protection system for the new combined heat and power plant (CHP) “Unit 6” at MälarEnergi in Västerås, Sweden.

In Sweden, virtually no waste goes to landfill dumps anymore. Over the past decade, Sweden has become better at recycling, but has also greatly increased the capacity to make energy out of the waste.

Up until 2008, Swedish incinerators were mainly fuelled by domestic waste, but since then, imports have grown steadily. By 2015, Sweden is expected to import 1.5 million tonnes of waste from countries with less efficient energy recycling.
Consilium Incendium AB has supplied the fire protection system for the new combined heat and power plant (CHP) “Unit 6” at MälarEnergi in Västerås, Sweden.
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