Interserve has secured a contract worth £10m to provide mechanical and process engineering services for the energy-from-waste plant at Ineos Chlor.
Interserve has been drafted in to install major equipment items on behalf of contractors Keppel Seghers during the next phase of redevelopment.
Interserve industrial managing director Bill Craig said: “The plant is one of the largest waste and renewable energy projects in Europe and Interserve’s involvement will consolidate our position as a leading solutions provider in this growing UK market sector.
“We are looking forward to working with Keppel Seghers on what we are sure will be an exciting and challenging project to bring renewable energy sources to a wide area.”
When finished the plant will include a combined heat and power plant capable of processing 420,000 tonnes per year of solid recovered fuel derived from household waste.
Interserve has also won a place on the £100m NHS Shared Business Services Framework Agreement for the provision of carbon and infrastructure upgrades.
The four-year framework aims to reduce the carbon footprint and energy used by 50 NHS trusts.
Interserve will provide technical solutions which could include CHP, biomass, anaerobic digestion, solar photovoltaic and behavioural change.
Interserve strategic partnerships managing director Bob Vince said: “This framework is exciting for Interserve, as it gives us the opportunity to secure energy saving projects that meet the needs of our customers and expands our skill sets into this new and growing market.”