The news archive of the EfU-GmbH
9th March 2022: EfU is planning the new sewage sludge mono-recycling plant built in the Gersthofen industrial park as general contractor. The mono-recycling plant for sewage sludge planned by MVV in the Gersthofen industrial park will primarily serve the disposal of sewage sludge from municipal wastewater treatment plants in the region. In addition, it will be possible to recover phosphorus from the residual ash in a later step.
2nd November 2021 CO2 neutral heating plants Heating a residential area and generating electricity from biomass at the same time is possible.
15th June 2021 Local heating concept in the Mühlen suburb EfU is planning a local heating concept for an entire suburb on behalf of the Horb municipal utility. Due to the positive response, the rate of connection is rising steadily.
2nd June 2021 Demineralization plant for WSO3 The water quality requirement for continuous operation of a high-efficiency turbine is crucial. In this context, EfU is planning a new water treatment plant for WSO3 at the main sewage treatment plant in Stuttgart Mühlhausen.
7th May 2021 Combined heat and power unit at the main sewage treatment plant in Stuttgart The 800 kWel combined heat and power unit at the main sewage treatment plant in Stuttgart, which is fueled by biogas, goes into operation.
16th April 2021 Steam turbine for the WSO2 EfU is planning a steam turbine plant of its own for the new fluidized bed combustion at the main sewage treatment plant in Stuttgart Mühlhausen. The steam from the steam boiler will be fed into a backpressure turbine at 64 bar.
3rd February 2021 Biomass heating boiler at the location of the former military barracks in Horb EfU is planning a new CO2-neutral biomass incineration plant at the location of the former military barracks. Wood chips will be used as input fuel.
9th July 2020 EfU is working out the 4th treatment stage for the Horb wastewater treatment plant with its own bachelor student. The topic of trace substance elimination is becoming increasingly important. On the one hand, this comes from the awareness of the population, but on the other hand, the amounts of harmful substances are still increasing. Endocrine substances, drug residues and microplastics are now on the minds of everyone. Traditional wastewater treatment is not designed for this. The new 4th […]
6th July 2020 EfU plans what is probably the largest solar thermal plant in Germany for the Kempen municipal utility With an area of approx. 30,000 m², EfU is planning a solar thermal plant for the Kempen municipal utility.
5th July 2020 Feasibility study for the optimization of the heating-cooling supply system EfU is contracted to prepare a feasibility study for the optimization of the in-house heating-cooling supply system for a Munich wastewater treatment plant.