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Across our business, we strive to continuously work to improve on our impact on the environment, supporting sustainable practices, and ensuring that every task is carried out in an environmentally friendly way.

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Intelect are a licenced waste carrier, in addition to having CITB SEATS (Site Environmental Awareness Training) and Spill Response trained operatives, in order to protect both our, and our client’s assets.

We work with a fully audited recycling supply chain, with a goal of zero waste to landfill.

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We deliver innovative green technologies and environmentally sustainable solutions for our clients. This includes LED Lighting Systems, Energy Recovery and Solar and Wind Technologies.

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NWL Howdon Bio-Methane

NWL Howdon Bio-Methane

Case Study : NWL Howdon Bio-Methane

Following on from the success of the Bran Sands PTA Biogas Reuse Project in 2012 NWL once again chose to engage Interserve Construction Ltd as Main Contractor on the new Bio-Methane ‘Gas to Grid’ Project at Howdon.

The success of this project would be measured upon the ability to deliver the project on time, one budget and to the highest quality, As with Bran Sands, Interserve chose Intelect UK Ltd as their preferred electrical sub-contractor based upon our ability to deliver on these success factors.

Work commenced on the site in late July 2014, with the first tasks being the earthing of the formwork within the foundations of the Grid Entry Unit, Pre-Treatment Plant, Bio-Methane Upgrade Plant, Transformer Plinth and, as shown in the picture below the LV Switch Room plinth. Additionally as a part of a dedicated TNS Supply an Earth Rod Nest was installed adjacent to the LV Switch Room.

As well as heavy power distribution there was a significant amount of gas monitoring instrumentation installed, with a large proportion installed within Hazardous Areas. Intelect UK Ltd provide our Installation electricians with ‘CompEx’ training giving them the flexibility to work within many sectors of the production industry including, chemical and petro-chemical. The picture to the right shows one of these Hazardous Area installations, this one being a pressure transmitter and electric actuator at the Pre-Treatment Plant

The overall scale of the project can be seen from the picture to the left. In the foreground we can see the Pre-Treatment Plant with the gas export line disappearing uphill to the Grid Entry Unit. In the background we can see the Plant Rooms and Bio-Methane Process area with the Absorption, Desorption and Flash columns clad in scaffold. To the left are the Propane Storage Tanks with a steel protection cage fitted over

The project brought together contractors from across Europe, all with a common goal of delivering a ‘Gas to Grid’ deadline of the 30th November. The Interserve site project team led by Graeme Eagling kept the project on track and with excellent collaboration between all stakeholders the target date was achieved. We look forward to continuing our good relationships with both Northumbrian Water & Interserve Construction Ltd.

Project Information

Project: NWL Howdon Bio-Methane
Client: Interserve Construction Ltd
Sector: Utilities, Renewables
Discipline: Electrical Installation
Value: Various

Additional Information

Find out more about this project or the services we provided please contact a member of our team:

Teesside: 01642 878784

Humberside: 01472 344901

The Midlands: 01455 286071

Charity bike ride

Walney to Wear charity bike ride

News & Features

Walney to Wear charity bike ride

Charity bike ride

On the 16th 17th and 18th August 2013, five Intelect employees embarked on a 3 day 152 mile coast 2 coast bike ride to raise over £2000 for WaterAid. WaterAid is an international non-governmental organisation focused exclusively on improving access to safe water, improved hygiene and sanitation in some of the world’s poorest communities. WaterAid works in Africa, Asia and the Pacific region and campaigns globally to realise our vision of a world where everyone has access to safe water and sanitation. Richard Dixon, Tom Watts, Matthew Benfield, Andy Humpish and Kevin Moore embarked on a bike ride from Walney to Wear. On route ventured many challenges along with taking on Tan Hill which reaches at its peak 1,732 ft above sea level.

See what the money raised could provide:

  • £12 can buy two taps for a village water point.
  • £15 can give the gift of water to one person.
  • £20 can buy 25 metres of pipe.
  • £46 can buy a family toilet.
  • £50 can buy a handpump.
  • £60 can buy a rainwater collection jar
  • £100 can help two people set up a soap making business.

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