Suez UK announced on Wednesday that its is exploring a waste-to-LPG-substitute partnership together with Circular Fuels Limited, a cooperation between Dimeta and the gasification specialist KEW technology. Circular Fuels plans to build a facility in Teesside in the Northeast of England where it would process waste to produce dimethyl ether (DME; C2H6O), a gas suitable for fuel use. Suez explained that it had entered a memorandum of understanding with Circular Fuels under which the companies would work to deliver a sustainable liquid petroleum gas replacement from refuse derived fuel (RDF). The Teesside plant is to use a gasification process developed by KEW Technology and syngas-to-DME synthesis technology from RenFuD. When fully operational, the plant is to produce over 50,000 tonnes of DME from waste per year. The Teesside facility is currently slated to go online in 2025....
Suez UK joins Dimeta/KEW waste-to-LPG-substitute project
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