RCR Scope

Global Reach and Competent Delivery and Delayed Start Indemnity

RCR has been successful operating for close to three decades, although some of their subsidiaries are as much as 52 years of operational history and some with more than 40 years of operation history and successful delivery. It is for this reason that with the proven track record and approved competence RCR’s insurers are content to provide 100% capital value performance bonds and delayed start indemnity which will compensate end user with predicted profits and contributions if the plant is unable to start on the agreed date and such indemnity payments will be the equivalent of the predicted positive cash flows as though the plant were fully operation.

Such payments will continue until the hand over certificate of satisfaction has been signed off by SGS and the end user. These payment, which would also be triggered under the interruption of business – for example a civil strike by waste collector’s that would prevent a flow of MSW to be delivered hourly to the STAG plant, then the same compensation will be paid to cover even debt service (interest on project development loans) any amortisation of capital (capital repayments as prescribed by lenders) and these payment are made on a non-recourse basis until such time as the plant is fully operational.

RCR’s ethos of supply relates to the delivery of excellence irrespective of cost. RCR’s team of core consortium members with their range of competences ensure the turnkey delivery in any part of the planet and on all seven continents through the network of local offices. Multilingual and local linguists are drafted in to work alongside SGS to ensure delivery of the project irrespective of country or continent.

RCR’s Global consortium of core engineers and EPC contractors have truly a global reach and global competence to delivery of a whole suite of RCR’s licensed or proprietary technologies on all seven continents.  Bespoke technologies  with regard to every aspect of waste specie, type, volume and whether liquid or solid including surplus or waste biomass, end of life electrical equipment, end of life tires, waste and used lubricating and engine oils, used hydraulic fluids, end of life car batteries, domestic batteries, accumulators, motor vehicle oil filters, end of life vehicles, various plastics, ferrous and non-ferrous containers and scrap metals; wastewater collection, uplift, treatment and water recovery; distillery wastes, refinery and oil exploration wastes; landfill gas capture and leachate capture and treatment, frac water and so much more are capable of being delivered on a fully funded turnkey delivery basis.

RCR continue to evangelise the issues surrounding municipal solid waste insofar that it is now no longer an expensive disposal solution where costs continue to rise year on year, it is now a valuable resource that must be diverted from landfill and from which can be extracted valuable recyclables that once size reduced and sanitised can command high market prices that will offset the plant operating cost and at the same time through the use of Public Private Partnership (PPP) proven mechanism net profits after deduction of all plant operating costs and collection costs, can be divided between RCR’s as plant operator and the respective government department or ministry.