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​Veolia, the global resource management company is now helping Scottish Water to achieve the target of energy self-sufficiency at its Seafield Wastewater Treatment Works, WwTW, the largest treatment works in the east of Scotland.
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Veolia, the global resource management company, has increased its capacity for generating renewable energy from food waste with a contract to design and manage a 520kWe biogas-fired CHP energy plant for Rose Hill Recycling in Gloucestershire
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Global resource management company, Veolia, is helping Southern Water derive even more of its power from sewage.
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A new 15 year combined heat and power (CHP) contract is set to provide low carbon electricity and heat to Churchill College in the University of Cambridge.
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Veolia is now advancing sustainability for London’s new communities by delivering low carbon energy, through district heating, for the Cannon Road development in Haringey.
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Veolia, the UK’s leading resource management company, has now increased low carbon generation for the University of Bradford (UoB) by over a third by designing and installing an additional 525kWe combined heat and power, (CHP), unit. This new CHP adds to the existing 1.4MWe capacity, estimated to save more than £8 million in energy costs over 20 years.
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Due for completion in Autumn 2016, the tallest hotel tower in the UK will soon benefit from the on-site generation of low carbon electricity, heating and hot water using one of Veolia’s latest combined heat and power (CHP) units. By using CHP the landmark hotel will cut around 213 tonnes of CO2 emissions every year and save the equivalent Grid energy for nearly two million hot showers.
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The University of Nottingham’s Sutton Bonington Campus is now set to cut its carbon emissions using on-site CHP technology.