Bouygues Energies & Services is pleased to announce that the Full Circle Generation, Energy from Waste project in Belfast has been hailed as an excellent example of the best practices in this yearâ€™s Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS) National Site Awards.
Our Energy from Waste (EfW) site won the Bronze Medal at this yearsâ€™ Considerate Constructors Schemeâ€™s National Site Awards. The team sought to set and keep high benchmarks for H&S standards along with developing connections with the community and local contractors. This is the first time ever that a Bouygues Energies & Servicesâ€™ operational site has been presented with this award.
The entries are judged on the measures a site has put in place to be considerate towards local neighbours, the workforce and the environment.
Stephane Frisch, EfW Project Director, Bouygues Energies & Services said: Full Circle Generation EfW plant is the first Bouygues Energies & Services project in Northern Ireland, so I am delighted to have been awarded such an accolade for the first time. It is a great recognition of the intensive work carried out by our Bouygues Energies & Servicesâ€™ on site team. One of the biggest achievements is certainly having reached more than 350 000 hours without any lost time accidents.â€ť
Grant Carmichael, Director, Equitix said: â€śFull Circle Generation is delighted that Bouygues Energies & Services has been awarded this prestigious award. Our project is the first of its kind in Northern Ireland and is a challenging undertaking with many stakeholders. To be named as a winner by the Considerate Contractor Scheme is a testament to Bouygues Energies & Servicesâ€™ approach in managing our project on site with an effective wider community engagement. Well done!.â€ť
Generating cleaner and greener electricity, the Full Circle Generation EfW gasification plant will contribute towards meeting the waste reduction targets of local businesses and provide a competitive energy source for Bombardier. Through the use of the two steam turbine generators, the waste-to energy gasification facility will generate 100 GWh/year, significantly enhancing Northern Irelandâ€™s green infrastructure network.