Inauguration of the first SRF thermal power station developed in France
Thursday, October 5, in the presence of many political and economic actors, as well as employees of the Changé site, Joël Séché was proud to inaugurate the first French thermal power station dedicated to the enhancement of SRFs for the production and distribution of heat across a metropolitan area.
Since this fall, the City of Laval possesses the very first network powered by fuels produced from previously non-recyclable waste. Nearly 6,400 homes will be supplied with heating.
Based on an exemplary approach, this new technology is a response to the objectives set by the Energy Transition for Green Growth Act (ETGGA).
It is also a new step in the development model advocated by Séché Environnement since its foundation: providing territories with the necessary tools and solutions to participate in a Circular Economy dynamic while optimizing the use of resources.
A historic first in France
Energy production from non-recyclable and combustible waste (SRFs: Solid Recovered Fuels) is one of the main dimensions of the ETGGA, which is inseparable from the national target to reduce landfill waste by 50% by 2025.
Although it i...