Premier Technical Services Group Ltd (PTSG) has completed an electrical services project at Teesside Energy from Waste plant.
Teesside Energy from Waste plant (also known as Teesside WTE power station or Haverton Hill incinerator) is a municipal waste incinerator and waste-to-energy power station, which provides 29.2 megawatts (MW) of electricity for the National Grid by burning 390,000 tonnes of household and commercial waste a year. It is located on the River Tees at Haverton Hill, east of Billingham in North East England. Developed and built by NEM, a subsidiary of Northumbrian Water, the initial plant replaced the Portrack Incinerator and opened in 1998. Subsequently, the facility became part of SITA, now Suez.
Engineers from PTSG Electrical Services Ltd have carried out repairs to the lightning protection system at the EfW facility. These repairs were necessary to ensure it meets the latest industry standards and is fully safe and operational to protect the structure and all users.
PTSG is the UK’s leading provider of lightning protection services. Its engineers are at work throughout the nation, delivering test and inspection, repairs, upgrades and brand-new bespoke or off-the-shelf lightning and surge protection systems. PTSG serves clients in all industry sectors.