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.
KRR are proud to be listed as finalists in the Recycling Excellence category of the 2019 MRW National Recycling Awards.
This category recognises initiatives by businesses that demonstrate excellence in their approach to waste prevention, reuse, recycling and resource efficiency shown through exceptional performance.
Here at KRR we've been working hard to improve the information we provide our
prospective customers and existing clients.
On 10th April 2019 we launched our new and improved corporate website to provide visitors with the most relevant, up-to-date information regarding KRR's services and valuable information on how we can help you to improve efficiency
and solve problems in your plants.
We hope you find the content useful and informative and welcome any feedback.
If you require any information that's currently not available or have any specific inquires in relation to your own plant, please let us know via our 'Contact Us' page or call us directly on +44 (0) 1483 570 044
KRR's health and safety conscious Easter chick has been busy driving across the UK and Ireland delivering chocolate eggs to all our wonderful clients.
If you haven't already received yours, please let us know and we'll make sure he's back out on the road to deliver in time for the big day.
+44 (0) 1483 570 044
KRR's Technical Director Roberto Vogel will present “Observations of Fouling from the Perspective of a Detonation Cleaner” at the 6th Energy from Waste and Biomass Workshop at
Drax Power Station on 17th April 2019.
This joint Uniper Technologies & TWI workshop will contain valuable content for plant operators
and engineers, asset managers and project engineers working in the energy from waste and biomass dustry.
Click here for the full agenda, we look forward to seeing you there.
We are delighted to learn that KRR ProStream have been shortlisted
for the MRW National Recycling Awards 2019 in the category of
'Recycling Excellence - SME Organisation'.
Finalists will be announced on Friday 26th April.
Wishing all our clients a Merry Christmas
and a Happy and Healthy New Year.
From all of us at KRR ProStream
Article by Roberto Vogel
When the opportunity arose to co-present a paper at the
7th International Symposium on Energy from Biomass and
Waste (EB and EfW) in Venice, it wasn't a difficult decision.
Although this was a professional engagement, I
nevertheless enjoyed the 3-day event as much for the
sights as for the learning and networking.
To start with the venue was amazing. Then there was the
relevance of the papers and the networking opportunities.
Hubert De Chefdebien of CNIM and Sven Anderson of B&W presented papers on the New Draft WI BREF, which will define the emissions from and operating requirements for new and existing EfW plants in the EU.
The paper that I co-presented with Dr Robert Gregory and Prab Mistry on the risks and some of the outcomes when operating an AD plant with HHW organic fraction.
Papers are available to members of IWWG (see also https://www.venicesymposium.it/ )