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The waste incineration plant in Dundee, Scotland, is designed for an annual throughput capacity of 110,000 tons of waste. It thus generates electrical energy of up to 10 megawatts and thermal energy with a capacity of up to 17 megawatts. Lindner was awarded the contract for the thermal and acoustic insulation of the waste-fired power plant. This involved thermal and sound insulation of the boiler plant, the water-steam cycle, piping and various process components. In total, the insulation work covered a surface area of 7,300 m². The client for the project was Standardkessel Baumgarte from Bielefeld, and the operator was the Mannheim-based energy company MVV, which has already completed two similar projects in the UK - also with the involvement of Lindner.