The Waste Disposal and Recycling Union of the Calaisis (Sevadec) starts the work of a recovery center of residual household waste (CVOMr), within the framework of a Crem won by a consortium including Eiffage.
This global public performance contract (design, construction, operation / maintenance), won in July 2017 by the consortium led by Octeva, represents a total amount of € 60 million, including € 14 million for Eiffage for all-trades works in the administrative building and the factory.
After the construction of the bio-waste biogas plant by Eiffage Construction Côte d'Opale a few years ago, Sevadec is once again innovating with this tool aiming to maximize the value of household waste and reduce landfill.
The CVOMr, with a treatment capacity of 60,000 tons a year, is based on a process that allows different treatment of the fractions contained in household waste.
It combines material recovery, dual energy recovery (biomethane and solid recovery fuel) and agronomic recovery. Objective: to revalue 80% of the waste.
The earthworks, entrusted to Eiffage Route, have just begun. Eiffage teams will work on this project for a period of 16 months.