InShort A biomass silo at the A MULTI-MILLION pound biomass plant in Hull has moved a step closer to completion.
A major part of the structure, built by Hull specialist engineering business
It has been quite a challenge to knit them all together but the team have done a tremendous job in keeping the project on track and the biomass loading facility and related infrastructure is now really taking shape.
The lift topped off a 43m (141ft) high tower with a structure that houses the motor for a conveyor belt to take the biomass from the ground and deposit it in the silo.
As part of the project, ABP said it would invest the lion's share, about Pounds 70m, in the Ports of Immingham and
Earlier this year,
Speaking at the time,
Importantly, this investment helps to deliver both the low carbon and growth agendas set for the
Follow Catherine on Twitter @HDMBIZED System can load 30 wagons in 45 minutes THE biomass at the
The technology at the tower ensures an even load as the wagons pass through the base of the structure at crawling speed. The system is capable of loading up to 30 wagons with 1,500 tonnes of material in just 45 minutes.
The rail loading system is similar to one constructed by
InShort A biomass silo at the
A MULTI-MILLION pound biomass plant in Hull has moved a step closer to completion.