Production of refuse-derived fuels
Supplied domestic and commercial waste as well as bulky waste is processed in the mechanical splitting plant into refuse-derived fuels (RDF) for incineration and co-incineration plants. In this way, the energy content of the waste can be utilised, primary resources like coal and gas can be saved and CO2 emissions reduced.
The supplied material passes several processing steps in the production of high-quality and quality-assured refuse-derived fuels: Via crushing, screening and air separation of waste and the recovery of iron and non-ferrous metals by means of magnetic and eddy current technology, the input is cleaned of impurities and any recyclable materials are recovered. By further crushing the remaining waste, high-quality fuel is produced at the end of processing that can be provided to the industry in significant quantities.
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Ing. Andreas Säumel
DI Harald Hirt