The client was seeking to appoint an independent consultant with a detailed understanding of the economic, technical, environmental, procurement and social issues associated with developing such a scheme.
Located in the city of Tuen Mun, T-PARK is capable of treating up to 2000t of biosolids per day. It comprises power generation, desalination, educational and ecological facilities to showcase the benefits of the waste-to-energy approach to waste management. Our role involved reviewing and certifying all designs, drawings and methods of construction.
Officially opened in July 2016, T-PARK is incinerating the sludge produced at Hong Kong's 11 sewage treatment plants, reducing the volume of waste that would otherwise be dumped in landfill by around 90%. Heat generated during the incineration process is recovered for electricity generation to meet onsite operational needs, while excess electricity is exported to the public power grid, providing power for up to 4000 households at maximum capacity.