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JFE Engineering Corporation

Waste to Energy
JFE engineering’s high-performance stocker incinerator is capable of considerable reducing environmental impact, efficiently recovering waste heat, and realizing high power generation.

Technology features / advantages

  1. The generation of CO and NOx is reduced, heat loss considerably reduced, and exhaust efficiency is increased

  2. Reduce dioxins and NOx by achieving complete combustion of unburned gas

  3. Realize stable combustion through mixing action by Hyper Grate system

JFE Engineering Corporation

Tokyo Head Office :
Hibiya Kokusai Building, 2-2-3 Uchisaiwaicho,
 Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0011, Japan

 Corporate site is here

■Yokohama Head Office :
 2-1,Suehiro-cho,Tsurumi-ku,Yokohama 230-8611,Japan

JFE Engineering is the comprehensive engineering arm of the JFE Group, and we have expanded its engineering business that underpins people’s lives and industries in the fields of energy and the environment, and social infrastructure by blending and evolving its technologies. Our core business is the construction of essential infrastructure, including waste-to-energy plants, water treatment plants and bridges. By focusing on these business fields, we propose integrated services that include business planning, and operating business covering from EPC to the operation and maintenance (O&M) stage.


DomesticFrom various infrastructure design, establishment to maintenance, business operation throughout Japan. Proactively streamlined solutions of the development and operation of various plants in recent years.


Starting with various construction of pipelines and plants in recent years based on quality technological capabilities cultivated over years in Japan, such as waste incineration power generation, water treatment plants, steel structures, etc. Great achievements in urban infrastructure in many overseas countries. [Recent projects] • Kanchpur, Meghna and Gumti 2nd Bridges (Bangladesh) • Yen Xa wastewater treatment plant (Hanoi, Vietnam) • Maynilad Paranaque sewage treatment plant (Manila, The Philippines) • Waste-to-Energy plant in Yangon City (Yangon, Myanmar) • Waste-to-Energy plant in Bac Ninh province (Bac Ninh, Vietnam), etc.



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