Lidl To Heat Belgian Store By Waste Incineration
Discounter Lidl has announced that it plans to heat its store on the Westlaan in Roeselare, Belgium, through incineration of residual waste, in partnership with MIROM a local supplier.
The process by which Lidl will obtain the heat is simple – MIROM operates a large heat plant that extracts energy from the waste, heating water that is in turn piped through to businesses that are connected to the grid.
Once the water has cooled, it is piped back to the central MIROM system, where it is reheated.
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