solid waste disposal Equipment in New Zealand

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Sterilwave - 440 - Medical Waste Disposal Equipment

by Bertin Technologies - Laboratory Equipment

Sterilwave, blending and disinfection by microwave. Sterilwave, an innovative onsite solution for bio hazardous waste management! Eco-friendly and easy-to-use, the Sterilwave system is installed directly in healthcare units. Cost-effective solution, this fully automated solution shreds and sterilize by microwave any hazardous medical waste into ...

GLES - Waste Conversion Pyrolysis System

by Greenlight Energy Solutions Corp.

The Waste Conversion Pyrolysis System is well suited to handle various feedstocks.Pyrolysis of waste is the state-of-the art process providing destructive decomposition of waste materials in the absence of oxygen. Its combustion-free methodology allows us to eliminate residual and fly ash emission into the environment. GLES' leading edge design ...

MBT-AD - Mechanical Biological Treatment with Anaerobic Digestion

by Clarke Energy

Disposal and treatment of biological waste represent a major challenge for the waste industry. For a wide range of organic substances from agriculture, foodstuff of feed industries, anaerobic fermentation is a superior alternative to composting. Biogas – a mixture of methane and carbon dioxide – is created during anaerobic digestion ...

Fly Ash & APC Residues Treatment

by Tetronics (International) Ltd

Air Pollution Control (APC) residues, which are a mixture of fly ash, organic pollutants (including dioxins and furans), carbon and alkaline salts in powder form, are classified as hazardous waste. They are generated from processes associated with the operation of Solid Waste combustion (approximately 80% generated by this route) and other thermal ...

Plant for the reception and disposal of solid urban waste: Island

by Ecogest srl

The Island system is available in two models with different capacities: Island 7 (7.5 cu.m.) and Island 15 (15 cu.m.). 'Island' is designed for the collection and disposal of Solid Urban Waste and may be used with rear-loading compactors; this system is ideal for non-urban and urban areas such as residential areas or high-density urban centres. ...

Frac Water Reuse & Recycling Systems

by Anguil Environmental Systems, Inc.

The energy sector has accelerated the development of its unconventional oil and gas resources through increased use of horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing practices. Water is an essential element in the fracturing process. The development of means to recycle and reuse this water is now becoming critical.The volume of water required to ...

Waste Management Centrifuge

by GN Decanter Centrifuge Ltd

Drilling waste management and cuttings disposal have become a critical issue for any drilling operations because of stringent effluent limitations on the discharge of contaminated drill cuttings to the environment. The wastes discarded by the drilling mud circulation system must be disposed in safe way to the environment. GN Solids Control offers ...

PRAB - Ultrafiltration Systems (UF)

by PRAB, Inc

PRAB's line of Ultrafiltration Systems (UF) are designed to separate emulsified oils and suspended solids from wastewater and coolant and reduce oily water volumes by as much as 98% without the use of chemical additives. For this reason, Ultrafiltration membrane technology is quickly becoming the process of choice over conventional filtration ...

RSD-Mini Waste

by Renergon International AG

The decentralized waste management concept of Renergon ensures certainty of disposal, as well as a certainty of supply (energy, recyclables, compost / fertiliser), while transport costs and efforts are reduced. The mixed garbage is delivered, prepared, separated and disposed. Valuable recyclable materials (metals, plastic, etc.) can be recycled ...

Aerosolv - Recycling System

by S&G Enterprises, Inc.

Having problems getting rid of spent aerosol cans? Did you know that even if you think the can is empty, it is still considered hazardous waste?. The EPA says “a container that has held a hazardous waste that is a compressed gas is empty when the pressure approaches atmospheric.” (EPA 40CFR261.23(a)). But how can you be sure the ...

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