28th Mar 2014

50,000 injury-free man hours for air products team

The Redhall team delivering the air separation project (ASU) for Air Products at what will be the world’s largest energy-from-waste plant, has achieved more than 50,000 recordable injury-free man hours.

This remarkable achievement at the Teesside plant continues the company’s excellent record in health and safety which continues to be an absolute priority in all fields of activity.

On completion the plant will produce enough electricity to power 50,000 homes while disposing of 350,000 tonnes of waste per year using advanced gasification plasma technology. Energy is generated by burning domestic and commercial waste destined for landfill.

Redhall is in the process of delivering a £3 million contract to make and install pipework at the plant at Seal Sands, which is adjacent to the North Tees Chemical Complex near Billingham.

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