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Kabd Waste-to-Energy Plant Project

  • OnGoing Project
  • Kuwait
  • Power and Energy, Sewerage & Wastewater

This project will be located in Kabd area, about 25 kilometres from Kuwait City and occupy an area of about 500,000 square metres. The plant is planned to have an initial capacity of 3,275 tonnes a day and will treat up to half of Kuwait's municipal waste. The site will provide a number of services, including sorting, treatment using incinerators for generating electricity, and land-filling the ash from remains of the incineration. The total volume of remains after burning shall not exceed 5% of the total volume of waste. Client will enter into a 30-year contract with the winning investor. This will include 2 years for construction and equipment installation. Advisers and developers are expected to be invited to express interest in April 2012. In the second quarter of 2013, the organization granted the exchange warning administrations bargain for the Kabd task to a consortium driven by the UK’s PwC. The agreement will include looking into, refreshing and concluding the practicality think about for the plan and incorporates a waste organization characterisation examine. The consultant will likewise be accountable for investigating, refreshing and finishing delicate archives and giving help with all acquirement methodology until the money related close of the task. The Kabd Municipality Solid Waste project is part of the Kuwaiti government’s efforts to increase power generating capacity in the country, from the current 14,000MW to 31,000MW by 2023. A request for proposals (RFPs) will be issued to consultants to advise on the tender process for the scheme. Tender will be open to all consultants as client has opted against a pre-qualification phase. At the same time, client is planning to invite expressions of interest (EOIs) from developers to build the project. An initial study has been completed by UK’s based company.

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