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Cleanova Secures Filtration Contract for European Carbon Capture Plant

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Anamika Talwaria

Editor & Head of Content for Tank Storage Magazine & StocExpo and Chair of Women in Tanks.

Cleanova has secured the contract to supply the filtration system for the first full-scale carbon capture facility to be added to a Waste-to-Energy (WtE) facility.

The WtE plant, located in Norway, supplies heating and process steam to several industrial customers. The addition of the groundbreaking carbon capture facility will enable the WtE operators to capture 10,000 tonnes of CO2 annually, making operations even more sustainable and developing an additional income stream.

Unusually, the scope of work not only includes post-combustion CO2 capture, but also the treatment & liquefaction of the CO2 to food grade quality. The Cleanova filtration system is critical to success. It will ensure that the sequestered carbon is free from contamination and moisture, and is of suitable quality for use in food applications.

Commenting on the contract win, Javaid Rias, CEO of Cleanova, says: ‘This is a big boost for Cleanova and demonstrates our commitment to enabling clean environments through innovative filtration solutions. Our team are working in close partnership with the EPC contractor to ensure that we deliver exceptional filtration results, which will be repeatable on other WtE carbon capture projects.’

Established only six months ago, Cleanova is committed to providing consumable, mission critical filtration systems that allow customers to sustain their industrial processes and protect the environment by increasing efficiency, reducing emissions, and minimising waste.

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