Part of the fire precaution system, i.e. a tank with a supply of water to extinguish a possible fire, and behind it a fire pumping station, where two pumps are installed to pump water to a system of hydrants and other fire protection equipment that use water. The water supply in the tank is automatically replenished from the municipal water supply network.
In the background, tanks with a stock of light fuel oil for the two boilers of the Peak Load Boiler Plant and for the start-up burners of the WTE boiler. In addition to natural gas, light fuel oil is one of the two fuels that will be used to produce heat from the PLB. In the foreground you can see where the firefighting foam generation system is connected to protect these tanks.
Two elements of the Waste to Energy Plant. On the left, the structure of the boiler house (grey steel beams) with the boiler visible inside (brown elements) before the installation of the thermal insulation and the green support structure of the boiler itself. On the right, you can see the communication pylon , its purpose is to connect all levels of the WTE boilers house with the Engine Room, where the turbine unit will be installed, and the Control Room (the room from which the entire Plant is controlled). Inside the pylon, in addition to a staircase, there will also be a passenger and freight lift available for service.
View from the upper floors of the administration building. The picture shows the Peak Boiler House with two water boilers used to produce heat for the residents of Olsztyn. On the right you can see a large power generator (a grey container with luminous elements on the roof) which is the emergency power supply for the whole Plant. Thanks to this device, even in the event of a complete lack of electricity from the power grid the Installation can be started up and go into normal operation. In the background – the panorama of the southern part of Olsztyn.
The photo shows the structure of the bunker building made using the slip-forming method, as well as the switchyard building used for administration, plant management and electrical switchgear.
In the foreground, the structure of the boiler house building with the flue gas cleaning system inside. The components visible inside the hall are only a part of the entire flue gas cleaning system (less than half of this equipment is visible in the picture). The installation meets the highest emission standards.