CLAREMONT, N.H., April 24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Wheelabrator Technologies Inc.'s Claremont energy-from-waste facility—in its entirety—is being offered for sale again in an invitation to bid format for one week only. Interested buyers will need to submit a bid by Thursday, April 30 at noon EDT.
Stuart B. Millner & Associates (SBMA), the industrial asset management company conducting the liquidation, had already awarded the facility to the winning bidder at the April 14th auction. However, after complications with that bidder surfaced, SBMA determined that re-opening the opportunity to other interested buyers was the best course of action for all involved parties.
How to Bid
Those interested in bidding will need to fill out and submit the bid contract located on the event's web page). Fax submissions will go to 636-744-1403 and emails to [email protected]. Those with questions about the facility or sale will need to call Bob Findeiss at 636-390-3372.
The Claremont Energy-from-Waste Facility
The plant, located at 145 Grissom Lane, is being offered completely intact and ready to operate. The energy-from-waste facility is capable of processing over 200 tons of municipal waste and generating over 5,000 kW of power. It was taken out of service September 30, 2013, after nearly 27 years of successful operation with all environmental permits in good standing.
The following is a short list of the featured assets included:
- Turbodyne, Dresser Ind., 5mw Waste-to-Energy Turbine (serial no. 37276)
- (3) Tower Tech TTX Series Modular Cooling Towers
- 2003 CAT IT28G Front Loader and 2000 CAT 928-IT28G Front Loader
- McGraw-Edison 5000 KVA Transformer
- 2002 Center Flow Surface Condenser (serial no. 2940-7)
- 2001 Freightliner FL112 Roll-off
- Numerous backup electric motors – large selection of spare parts
- Numerous tanks – various sizes
- Volt Roll Inc. Boilers – Cable of 23,000 lbs of steam/hr
- Various air compressors (Quincy and Atlas)
- Turbine vacuum pump
- A variety of hoists
- Main plant building – concrete foundations and tipping floor with corrugated steel siding and cross-framed I-beams 14.5" wide x 12.5" inside the beam; plant building dimensions – approx. 184' x 154', and 63' height at peak
- Ash building – approx. 52' x 52' – corrugated steel
- Workshop building – approx. 50' x 20'
SBMA specializes in the marketing, liquidation and auctioneering of industrial and power plant assets for a variety of clients across North America. The Wheelabrator project is being executed through SBMA's Power Plant Decommissioning (PPD) program.
SOURCE Stuart B. Millner & Associates