Simdean Envirotec Ltd
Air Pollution Control engineers, Odour Control equipment including wet scrubbers, biofilters, trickling filters. Corrosion resistant material fabrication. Our expertise covers three distinct but complementary areas of activity. 1. Chemical waste elimination 2. Pollution control engineering 3. Specialist fabrication in corrosion-resistant materials Our 10,000 sq ft factory, complete with storage and testing areas, is based in Warwick, England. Our services range from technical advice to design and prototyping, manufacture, installation, inspection and maintenance. We are happy to work on any aspect of a project or provide a complete turnkey service. Both our shop-based and on-site teams have a thorough understanding of all forms of thermoplastic and GRP construction. KEY AREAS OF EXPERTISE Plasma-based chemical and gas waste elimination Gas scrubbers and stripping systems to 200,000 m3/hr for chemical and odour control Extraction and ventilation ducting to HVCA DW/154 and better Chemical dosing and pipework systems in avariety of materials Bund construction, preparation and lining Integrally bunded tanks, both plastic and GRP clad Storage vessels to BS 4994 up to 50 m3 SECTOR EXPERIENCE INCLUDES Oil recycling plant Pharmaceutical production Solvent recovery plant Waste transfer stations Waste oil recover plant
Mr Nick Carter
20 Brookfield Drive
ODOUR-ABATEMENT SYSTEM FAST-TRACKED BY SIMDEAN ENVIROTEC
Simdean Envirotec have replaced an odour-abatement system in record time following a catastrophic fire at the Greenstar waste treatment facility in Glanmire, County Cork.
The blaze broke out in November 2013 and needed more than a dozen fire crews to bring it under control. Over €10m of damage was caused and it quickly became apparent that the state-of-the-art facility would have to be re-built from scratch. It was imperative that work was completed as quickly as possible to avoid an even greater financial nightmare for the waste management company.
Simdean had been responsible for the original odour abatement equipment and were asked to supply, delivery, install and commission a new system.
Re-building work and overall project management were the responsibility of Monami Construction. Throughout re-construction the facility remained live, so all activity had to be strictly segregated to ensure minimal disruption. Considerable time was spent planning a programme of work to ensure optimum efficiency.
Liaising closely with Monami, Simdean fast-tracked the project and completed all work within a very tight timescale.
The system was designed to extract a total of 100,000 m3/h of air from the waste transfer buildings. It was made up of two carbon adsorbers, a pulse jet filter, two exhaust fans, two exhaust stacks, ductwork and a single control panel.
Simdean's engineering services included design, supply, delivery, installation and commissioning.
The facility was successfully handed over to Greenstar on the agreed completion date.
For further information please email Simdean Envirotec Ltd