Plymouth power

July 2011
Process Engineering;Jul/Aug2011, Vol. 92 Issue 4, p49
Trade Publication
The article announces the 30 million euro worth of contract given to Imtech NV by German group MVV Energie AG for the supply of technology in improving an energy-from-waste power plant that will be built in Plymouth, England.


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