Jan 10 2016
Veolia ES (UK) Ltd. has announced (January 6) that it has completed the acquisition of the business and assets of Boomeco Ltd., a waste wood processor and producer of refuse derived fuel (RDF).
Based in Avonmouth, Bristol, the Boomeco site processes a variety of grades of wood into wood chips to be used in combined-heat-and-power plants and produces RDF from residual household waste.
This acquisition complements Veolia’s growth strategy to manufacture green products and green energy helping to save resources as part of the move towards a low carbon economy.
Gavin Graveson, Veolia chief operating officer public and commercial in the U.K., said, “We are making significant progress in our drive to increase the quality of energy we are delivering from renewable sources.
“Post-COP21, Veolia’s ongoing expansion in biomass and RDF production will help the U.K. meet its 2020 carbon emissions targets, reducing reliance on fossil fuels and enhancing domestic energy security.
“The strategic acquisition of Boomeco will become our platform in the South West for wood and RDF production, strengthening our position in this growing market and supporting the sustainable circular economy.”
Boomeco has the largest oscillating wood screen in the UK, sorting the materials to help produce superior quality recovered wood products. Boomer os also produces RDF (refuse derived fuels) from collected household waste and export it to Sweden, the Netherlands and other European countries as fuel.
@business.conbio.info 2016.01.10 /Lennart Ljungblom