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CNIM: Paving the way for Energy Transition and Circular Economy with turnkey waste treatment solutions

Founded 160 years ago in France, CNIM Group is a leading European specialist for the design and construction of turnkey non fossil thermal power plants with almost a thousand references across the world under CNIM, LAB and BABCOCK trademarks. This experience in Environment and Renewable Energies enables CNIM to provide turnkey energy production solutions using specific fuels such as Municipal Solid Waste (WtE), Biomass (BtE), and Concentrated Solar Power (CSP).

With its unique know-how and expertise in the different process elements, CNIM plants can combine in a sole turnkey offering, municipal solid waste sorting, recycling and composting with thermal treatment, energy generation, flue gas and residues treatment. CNIM also provides operation and maintenance services of WtE plants for public bodies and private customers under standard service contracts or long-term concessions.

As key technology supplier and n°1 European EPC contractor for WtE plants with 283 installed lines treating 78,000 tonnes of residual waste each day, CNIM designs, builds, commissions and operates WtE turnkey plants.   

CNIM has designed and delivered 163 waste-to-energy plants in the world, treating the waste of 93 million people.

CNIM Best Available Techniques guarantee waste thermal treatment with high energy recovery efficiency and extremely low environmental impact.   

Major cities have put their faith in CNIM Group solutions such as Paris, Bilbao, Brussels, London, Moscow, Porto, Tallinn, Copenhagen, Brno, Turin, Düsseldorf, Baku, Monaco and many more.

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