Waste-to-Energy Plants in Japan - Tokyo
Adachi
Location: Tokyo
Operator: Clean Association of Tokyo 23
Configuration: 1 X 16.2 MW CHP
Operation: ??
Fuel: refuse
Incinerator/boiler supplier: Ebara
T/G supplier: ??
Quick Facts: This plant has the Ebara HPCC21 stoker combustion system which features horizontal step grates. The equipment also achieves detoxification, recycling, and volume reduction of incineration ash with its plasma ash melting furnace.

Photograph courtesy of Clean Association of Tokyo 23
Posted 7 Jan 2009

Ariake
Location: Tokyo
Operator: Clean Association of Tokyo 23
Configuration: 1 X 5.6 MW CHP
Operation: ??
Fuel: refuse
Incinerator/boiler supplier: ??
T/G supplier: MHI
Quick Facts: The Ariake complex is connected to Japan's first pneumatic waste-transport piping network.

Photograph courtesy of Clean Association of Tokyo 23
Posted 7 Jan 2009

Chitose
Location: Tokyo
Operator: Clean Association of Tokyo 23
Configuration: 1 X 12 MW CHP
Operation: ??
Fuel: refuse
Incinerator/boiler supplier: Kawasaki
T/G supplier: ??

Photograph courtesy of Clean Association of Tokyo 23
Posted 7 Jan 2009

Chuo
Location: Tokyo
Operator: Clean Association of Tokyo 23
Configuration: 1 X 15 MW CHP
Operation: 2001
Fuel: refuse
Incinerator/boiler supplier: Hitachi-Zosen
T/G supplier: ??
Quick facts: Construction started in Apr 1998 and the unit completed in Jul 2001. Design throughput is 600 tpd.

Photograph courtesy of Clean Association of Tokyo 23
Posted 27 Feb 2016

Edogawa
Location: Tokyo
Operator: Clean Association of Tokyo 23
Configuration: 1 X 12.3 MW CHP
Operation: 1997
Fuel: refuse
Incinerator/boiler supplier: Volund
T/G supplier: NKK
Quick facts: Construction started in Dec 1992 and the unit completed in Jan 1997. Design throughput is 600 tpd. The stack is 150m tall.

Photograph courtesy of blog.livedoor.jp
Posted 27 Feb 2016

Hikarigaoka
Location: Tokyo
Operator: Clean Association of Tokyo 23
Configuration: 1 X 4 MW CHP
Operation: 1983
Fuel: refuse
Incinerator/boiler supplier: Martin, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
T/G supplier: MHI
Quick facts: Construction started in Oct 1980 and completed in Sep 1983. Design throughput is 300 tpd.

Photograph courtesy of Clean Association of Tokyo 23
Posted 27 Feb 2016

Itabashi
Location: Tokyo
Operator: Clean Association of Tokyo 23
Configuration: 1 X 13.2 MW CHP
Operation: 2002
Fuel: refuse
Incinerator/boiler supplier: Sumitomo, W+E Umwelttechnik AG
T/G supplier: ??
Quick facts: Construction started in Dec 1999 and completed in Nov 2002. Design throughput is 600 tpd.

Photograph courtesy of Clean Association of Tokyo 23
Posted 27 Feb 2016

Katsushika
Location: Tokyo
Operator: Clean Association of Tokyo 23
Configuration: 1 X 13.5 MW CHP
Operation: 2006
Fuel: refuse
Incinerator/boiler supplier: Takuma
T/G supplier: ??
EPC: Takuma
Quick facts: Construction started in Jun 2003 and completed in Dec 2006. The plant has a two line conventional grat incirerator and a 2-line plasma incineration system. Design throughput is 610 tpd.

Photograph courtesy of Clean Association of Tokyo 23
Posted 27 Feb 2016

Tokyo Waterfront Recycle
Location: Tokyo
Operator: Tokyo Waterfront Recycle Power Co Ltd
Configuration: 1 X 23 MW CHP
Operation: 2006
Fuel: demolition waste, waste plastics, medical waste
Incinerator/boiler supplier: Ebara
T/G supplier: ??
Quick facts: This project is jointly investd by Tokyo Electric Power, Ebara Corp, ORIX, and Shimizu Corp. The facility went online in Aug 2006 and can handle waste plastics, demolition debris, and medical waste in a separate dedicated furnace. The base technology is a pair of TwinRec fluidized-bed gasification and ash melting lines ordered from Ebara in Apr 2004. Maximum throughput is 550 tpd. Ash and slag are recycled into construction materials. The Tokyo Waterfront project is part of Tokyo's Super Eco-Town Project.

Photograph by Piccolist (wikipedia)
Posted 11 Jul 2012

Abbreviations

Data: industcards, Platts UDI World Electric Power Plants Data Base

Updated 27-Feb-2016

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