GMVA was a fully publicly owned company until 2001. Since then, it has been operated as a Public Private Partnership. It is owned by the City of Oberhausen (via the shareholders STOAG) and the City...
Have you always wanted to see a waste incineration plant up close to find out exactly how it works? Then why not go on one of our weekly tours (Wednesdays)! Both individual members of the public and...
Facts & figures
BoilerBoiler Line 1/2Boiler Line 3Boiler Line 4 Manufacturer Deutsche Babcock Babcock Fisia Deutsche Babcock Year of construction 1996/97 2005 1984 Firing grate roller grate. 6 rollers roller grate....
The chimney that releases the cleaned flue gases into the atmosphere is 140 metres high
The solid residue is extracted as filter cake
Fly ash – the very fine incineration residue extracted from...
Incineration is just the beginning
Waste incineration plants are highly complex facilities. They not only incinerate material but also use many different chemical processes, the majority of which are...
The task of thermal waste treatment plants is to make the very most of the waste they receive using environmentally friendly processes. GMVA Niederrhein produces huge volumes of electricity from...
GMVA’s incineration plant comprises four boilers, each of which has their own five-stage flue gas cleaning system. The delivery trucks tip the different types of waste straight into the bunker. An...
Highly efficient, cutting-edge technology
GMVA stands out from the crowd thanks to its state-of-the-art incineration technology and its exemplary emission values. Right from the moment it was...
Our Management Team
Setting the right agenda
At GMVA, acting responsibly is not a means to an end but a core value embedded in our corporate culture. A corporate culture that shapes the way our specialists, managers and...