Authorities in Rudnik and the thermal power plant (RiTE) “Ugljevik” had to shut down the desulphurization plant (ODG), worth 85 million euros, because they do not have a use permit for use. According to the Capital.ba portal, the management promised that it could work in the first quarter of this year, and it is questionable whether this will happen by the end of the year.
According to them, the company has been looking for a partner for a long time who will perform the technical acceptance of this plant, and then assist in obtaining a use permit.
The task of the company that gets this job is to control the compliance of the performed works with the construction permit and technical documentation on the basis of which the facility was built.
Also, it must examine the technical regulations and standards related to certain types of works, materials, installations, equipment, devices and plants, and it is obliged to review all available documentation.
However, the deadline for submitting bids is February 18 this year, and if the mandatory deadline for filing an appeal is taken into account, it is clear that the contractor will not be selected before March. After that, as can be seen from the tender documentation, a 12-month contract will be signed with the best bidder, from which it can be concluded that the desulphurization plant will not receive a use permit this year.
By the way, after the desulphurization plant was put into trial operation at the beginning of last year, numerous problems and omissions arose due to which the normal operation of this plant was endangered. Namely, as the mentioned portal revealed, the electrostatic precipitators at the power plant broke down, and without which the EDC plant could not work properly and justify the investment.
Source: Energetski portal Srbije by www.energetskiportal.rs.
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