Congratulations to KRR's sponsee Mark Kear (Operations Engineer, Ferrybridge Multifuel Energy Ltd) and the rest of The British Bulldogs after winning the Plate in the Dubai Sevens International Vets competition earlier this month.
The Bulldogs had some hard fought wins along the way, finishing second in a pool that included Bristol Wanderers, Nondescripts and Airbus, before going on to triumph in the Plate competition, where they defeated Richmond Swansea Heavies and Gulf Legends and finally beating Kenyan side Nondescripts 8-5 after a golden point extra time in the final.
Well done team Bulldog, from everyone at KRR!!
Energy from Waste is a growing but little understood business which is domestic and necessary. In this article, KRR's Director of Business Development, Robin Buller introduces the concept of waste in a slightly different way.
To read the full article please click here.
Article published in World Trade Matters - Institute of Export and International Trade magazine (September 2019).
David Fellows (Project Manager) will be presenting 'Advances in Boiler Cleaning Systems for Energy from Waste and Biomass' at the IMechE Boiler Users Group in Nottingham on 9th & 10th October 2019.
David's presentation will include:
· A brief review of fouling types in EFW/Biomass boilers
· Review of available cleaning technologies addressing pros and cons
· Application areas for different cleaning technologies
· Shock pulse generators vs wet cleaning systems
For further details regarding this event please visit the IMechE website.
Once again KRR are proud to sponsor Mark Kear (Operations Engineer, Ferrybridge Multifuel Energy Ltd) who has been selected to play for the British Bulldogs Over 35's Rugby League team, participating in the Dubai International Veterans 10 a side tournament at the Dubai 7's in December 2019.
The Dubai 7s, celebrates its 50th year this year, so it's sure to be a very exciting event for all involved.
Good luck to Mark and all the other British Bulldogs, from everyone at KRR ProStream.
Around 14,000 recycling and waste management professionals will flock to Birmingham’s NEC for RWM on 11 & 12 September, 2019.
As the UK’s leading sustainability event, the industry’s most influential names and organisations attend RWM to discover the environmentally sound and profitable innovations shaping the sector.
This year RWM will house 500 cutting-edge exhibitors and 350 expert-led seminars, product demonstrations and so much more; this is the event of the year for recycling and waste management professionals.
Visit the RWM website to grab your FREE tickets and remember pay us a visit at Stand P61
On Thurday 27th June KRR were delighted to attend the 2019 MRW National Recycling Awards at the The Hilton, Park Lane in London, as finalists in the Recycling Excellence category.
Although we didn't win on this occasion, we very much enjoyed meeting the other contestants and celebrating in their acheivements, while learning about the important part they play in the waste management and recycling industry.
As the energy-from-waste sector continues to grow and evolve in the UK, Roberto Vogel and Timothy Byrne review the fate of the UK's first generation of plants, what we can learnfrom their demise and what has changed.
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Article published in issue 135 of ENDS Wast Planning magazine (June 2019).
Over the last 2 years KRR has worked with post graduate students helping them to gain practical hands on experience and knowledge of the Industrial Boiler Cleaning Industry and Energy from Waste Sector, while also gaining valuable exposure to the everyday challenges of working for a successful SME.
As Data Analysts, our placements develop their research, analytical and time management skills working on projects relating to UK EfW and EfB Industries. This employee/placement partnership provides a valuable resource for KRR while also providing placements with opportunities to apply these skills in their studies.
Our latest placement Emily Murray has assisted KRR by completing research and
analysis alongside studying for her Masters degree in Water and Environmental
Engineering at Surrey University. Emily worked on numerous projects during her year
with us, including researching new and current energy from waste and energy from
biomass plants throughout the UK, as well as collecting monitoring data to help
maintain KRR’s environmental commitment.
“Working with KRR has helped to improve my report writing skills and develop my knowledge and experience of the boiler cleaning and energy from waste sectors, this has been invaluable for completing my Masters.”
We are thrilled to announce that KRR ProStream has achieved a score of 100% in our fifth annual Audit by Achilles and continue to be a registered member of the Achilles UVDB community attaining the B1 Verify audit.
A big thank you to all our staff for helping us to achieve this outstanding result.
At KRR we are passionate about supporting our local community and
inspiring it’s younger members to take an interest in science, engineering
and the environment.
So a big congratulations goes to Ben Wittle, Emily Wells and Tom and Ed
Griffiths for winning the top prizes in the KRR energy quiz at our 'Science
is Fun' stall, held at our the local village fete.