NOVAGO is a leader in municipal waste treatment and the largest producer of alternative fuel in Poland


NOVAGO specialises in modern management of municipal solid waste.

State-of-the-art innovative installations in the Company’s 6 plants enabled the treatment of 1,000,000 tonnes of waste in 2017. NOVAGO is also the largest producer of alternative high-calorific refuse-derived fuel (RDF) from municipal waste. Its annual RDF production capacity is approx. 400,000 tonnes. The produced RDF is supplied to cement plants, and is used as an alternative to coal. NOVAGO has a workforce of over 400 staff.

Future is forever brightCEIAs part of China Everbright International, one of the world’s biggest players in the environmental industry, NOVAGO looks into the future with confidence.

 

Management Board


NOVAGO is run by a team of managers with a wealth of experience and expertise in the industry.


Kenneth Huang
President of the Management Board


Li Yulin, Jack
Member of the Management Board


Zhong Lap Bun, Adrian
Member of the Management Board, Chief Financial Officer


Other officers


Jacek Fertikowski
Chief Operating Officer
Alicja Szymanowska
Chief Legal Officer
Piotr Jeromin
Technical Director
Sławomir Szumkowski
Commercial Director
Artur Osiński
Production and Maintenance Director


Plants


Operating across the provinces of Warsaw, Olsztyn, Poznań and Bydgoszcz, NOVAGO is a company with a significant geographical reach in Poland.

Kosiny

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Launched in 2011, the Kosiny plant comprises a mechanical biological treatment (MBT) plant with a bioreactor, a CHP installation, a landfill site and a composting unit for green waste. The facility produces RDF, recovers energy from biogas, and recovers ferrous materials from the waste stream.

Standard technological process:




SortingBiodryingLandfilling



ABRRDFLaboratory

R&D Center

Różanki

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Placed in operation in 2012, the Różanki plant comprises an MBT unit, a bioreactor and a landfill site for municipal waste. The plant produces alternative, high-calorific refuse-derived fuel (RDF).

 





SortingBiodryingLandfillingABR




RDFCHPR&D




Uniszki

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Uniszki NOVAGO

Opened in 2006, the plant in Uniszki has an MBT unit, a landfill site for municipal waste, and a landfill site for post-treatment waste.

Standard technological process:

BiodryingSortingLandfilling

Innovative waste processing methods


CHP installation to produce heat and powerCollection

 

Zakład Żnin produkcja RDF

Plant I in Żnin was opened in 2010 and comprises an RDF installation, and also a landfill site. Plant II was brought on stream in 2012 and consists of an MBT unit and, since April 2015, a bioreactor.

Standard technological process:

Sorting

Biodrying

Landfilling

Bioreactor

CHP installation to produce
heat and power

RDF production supported
by energy from the CHP unit


Złotów

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Acquired by NOVAGO in 2014, the company has a landfill site for municipal waste. A new plant with an MBT unit is planned to be launched in 2015. Additionally, sorting and composting units are to be built there.

Standard treatment methods:

LandfillingSorting
(since 2015)
Collection

 

Miączyn

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The plant in Miączyn was put into operation in the second half of 2015.

Standard technological process:





Biodrying
(since 2015)
Sorting
(since 2015)
Landfilling
ABR
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History


NOVAGO is operating in the waste treatment industry since 1992. For the first 23 years, the Company was functioning under the name of Zakład Usług Komunalnych USKOM Sp. z o.o.

In 2003, the majority of shares in the Company was acquired by Janusz Arent. Another breakthrough came in 2012, when NOVAGO attracted Abris Capital Partners as a strategic investor. After that date, the Company invested in further technological development, making sure its plants meet stringent EU requirements. It also changed its name into NOVAGO.

During the second half of 2016 NOVAGO was acquired by China Everbright International, one of the world’s leading players in the environmental industry. The acquisition of NOVAGO was the largest Chinese investment in Poland and one of the important projects under China’s One Belt One Road initiative. It marked the beginning of China Everbright International’s foray into the European waste treatment industry and another step forward in the implementation of China Everbright International's strategy to develop from domestic to overseas markets.

2017 marked the first full financial year since the acquisition of NOVAGO. After going through a period of integration during the year, NOVAGO successfully seized upon the synergies with the China Everbright International’s businesses, and was selected as one of the top ten “Belt and Road” PPP demonstration projects by the National Development and Reform Commission of the People's Republic of China.