Brynsworthy Waste Transfer Station

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Brynsworthy Waste Transfer Station

Brynsworthy Waste Transfer Station –£200,000 contract value

The station at Brynsworthy becomes operational on Monday. It will enable Devon County Council to bulk up and transfer non-recyclable waste collected in North Devon and Torridge to facilities where it can be converted into electricity.

It means Devon is no longer sending any black bag waste to landfill, as elsewhere in Devon waste is already being sent to power facilities in Exeter and Devonport.

The Brynsworthy base was built and will be operated by SUEZ Recycling and Recovery UK for Devon County Council.

FDS designed, supplied & commissioned:-

  • Sprinkler tank 540m cubed
  • GRP pump house containing 1no electric pump & 1no diesel pump.
  • Pre-action valve serving the waste transfer building.
  • Sprinkler system was installed within the main building at high level using galvanised pipework. System is dry, filled with air from the air compressor within the pump house.
  • Underground main installed between pump house and main building.
  • All electrical wiring designed by FDS, installed by a sub-contractor.
By |2019-08-27T15:58:38+01:00August 16th, 2019|Fire Defence News|Comments Off on Brynsworthy Waste Transfer Station

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