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Bianna Recycling was in charge of building the Alt Empordà Waste Treatment Centre, with the capacity to receive and treat up to 60.000 tonnes per year.

Bianna Recycling is dedicated to the manufacture of equipment for waste treatment as well as to engineering, consulting, advisory and maintenance services.

In anticipation of the progressive growth of selective collection and the remaining fraction, the facility is designed to take on future capacity scenarios without the need to make modifications.

In this plant, the remains of organic matter of rejection will be stabilized and valuable materials will be recovered, these being delivered to a waste manager for recycle, reducing this way much of the amount of waste that the controlled tank takes.

After the process of selective collection, decomposition and composting of the organic, a mechanical pre-treatment will be carried out to separate unsuitable waste, and the product will be matured to obtain a quality compound for agricultural use. The capacity of the organic fraction treatment is about 10.000 tons per year.

The facility will serve about 140.000 inhabitants, in an area that receives the effects of the seasonality of the population, as a result of the impact of tourism.

These facilities have a double rail bridge crane with open carriage made by GH CRANES & COMPONENTS and specially designed to withstand work in such aggressive environments for the proper functioning of the mechanisms.

The crane, with a load capacity up to 8t, equipped with an electrohydraulic activation orange peel grabs, is manipulated by the operator through a fixed cabin which allows to control all operations by means of the installed cameras.

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13th International Conference Thermal Treatment of Waste

GH Cranes Poland  – the leader in the market, that supplies advanced automatic cranes to more than a half of incineration plants built in Poland, took part in the 13th International Conference on ‘Thermal Waste Treatment – From Plans To Implementation, that has taken place in Poznań.


The conference consisted of six sessions about the development of new technologies in thermal waste treatment, operational experience of already existing waste treatment plants and plans of building new installations. It was attended by people of science, investors, general contractors and leading companies that offer new technologies to thermal waste treatment plants.


Plans are already a few years behind us, behind us is also the whole cycle of pre-investment and investment of construction of the municipal waste thermal treatment plants. The WtE plants in Poland now became a reality. Approximately one million tons of municipal waste per year gets to the grid of WtE plant,  thus introducing national waste management on a much higher level of its advancement. This process has placed Poland in the group of EU countries, that are basing their waste management system not only on landfilling, allowing at the same time to get closer to latest standards and challenges given by a circular economy.

Treatment plant of biomass in Norway

Bridge cranes with 7t and 8t capacity installed in a waste treatment plant in Norway.

It is installed with an open winch trolley which installed by Octopus apprehension electromechanical system.


Planta de tratamiento de biomasa en Noruega

Grúas puente de 7t y 8t de capacidad instaladas en una planta de tratamiento de residuos de Noruega.

Llevan instalados carros abiertos con amarre mediante pulpo de sistema de aprehensión electromecánico.

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