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The Task at Hand
Waste to energy
The use of refuse derived fuel (RDF) is part and parcel of today's regulated waste disposal. Using a selective treatment process, fractions high in calorific value are separated off from commercial and industrial waste, creating a marketable product. Depending on calorific value, composition and particle size, this fuel is used in industrial fluidised bed firings, in cement kilns and in RDF power plants.
The right technology
Waste passes through several steps on its way from refuse to fuel. Preshredding brings the input material to a uniform size, which in some cases is already the right size for fuel, and eliminates overlengths which would interfere with further processes. Separation removes contraries and recyclable materials from the fuel fraction. Fine shredding brings the fuel fraction, now free of contraries, to the right particle size. Optional Post-screening makes sure that the particles do not exceed the maximum size for fuel use.