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The Task at Hand
Waste to energy
In an RDF plant, various mixed or pre-sorted waste streams are shredded, screened and separated to generate refuse-derived fuels for all kinds of applications. Cement works and heating plants are the major users.
The typical process starts with shredding using a Terminator, followed by screening of the fines (if there is a substantial organic component), separation of the 2-dimensional (high caloric) and 3-dimensional (material reclamation) fractions with a Ballistor, and final post-shredding of the high-caloric fraction for use as fuel. The use of a Ballistor can increase the amount of material reclaimed for recycling.
The process is designed and dimensioned to customer requirements. The composition of the input material and the potential sales outlets of the final products are key factors. The process is scalable from low to very high throughput.