waste to energy Equipment

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Cambi - Biowaste Treatment - Bio-waste to Energy

by Cambi AS     based in Asker, NORWAY

Cambi provides bio-waste plants that are focused on maximising biogas production and minimising final product mass. Because waste quality can differ to a significant degree, our systems are designed to handle a wide variety of conditions. Our patented process meets existing environmental requirements, including the Animal By-Products Regulation ...


TITECH - Model x-tract - Separator with X-ray technology

by TOMRA Sorting (TITECH)     based in Mülheim-Kärlich, GERMANY

The TITECH x-tract identifies materials irrespective of their surface. With X-ray technology it can separate substances on the basis of their atomic density and is so able to separate material concentrates into differ x-tractent material types.

Waste to Energy

by AMSCO Wear Products Inc.     based in Goshen, NEW YORK (USA)

If you are involved in converting waste to energy using shredders, we have the parts you need to help keep them running reliably and efficiently. We provide the highest quality and longest lasting hammers and grates for the waste-to-energy (WtE) or energy-from-waste (EfW) industries. When you need great service, replacement wear parts, ...

Ecomation - Model Series ETA - Waste to Energy Systems

by Ecomation Oy     based in Salo, FINLAND

ECOMATION converts used tires to fuel and valuable raw materials. Series ETA is Ecomation’s complete solution for tire recycling Treatment capacities are from 0,3 - 3 metric tons/h. (2000 -20 000 tons/year) or even more with paraller units. The state of the art thermocatalytic process of the process line can work 24/7 producing reusable = ...

Waste 2 Energy Recovery

by Kaojai Green Energy     based in Surin, THAILAND

In a presentation about waste energy recovery systems, also known as “Waste 2 Energy” recovery systems, one of the attending consultants asked me this: in simple words can you tell me what’s the real benefit with W2E systems and why are they not being used on more projects?Well the only comparison I could come up with quickly was this: W2E systems ...

Waste to Energy Systems

by Raven Knight     based in Vista, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Waste to Energy is the process of creating energy in the form of electricity, synthetic fuels or heat from the combustion, gasification or pyrolysis/thermal distillation of waste source.  WTE is a form of energy recovery. WTE processes produce electricity  or produce a combustible fuel commodity, such as methane, methanol, ethanol or ...

Waste to Energy Systems

by Herhof GmbH     based in Solms, GERMANY

By the term waste to energy, we mean recycling of energy from waste and residual material. Household and industrial waste as well as biomass is suitable for the process. The new EC guideline 1999/31/EC was already put into national law in Germany in June 2005. This made the subject waste to energy become more important. Ever since then, only ...

Waste-to-Energy Systems

by Organic Power Solutions     based in Indianapolis, INDIANA (USA)

American-made, factory built and tested OPS pyrolysis waste-to-energy systems are all scalable, modular and meet nearly all space requirements and waste volumes for locations around the world. Over 99% of waste converts into energy and co-products when introduced into the pyrolysis technology with every OPS pyrolysis waste-to-energy system. Waste ...

EPT - Waste-to-Energy Systems

by Gurney Environmental Ltd.     based in Kings Lynn, UNITED KINGDOM

Proven EPT anaerobic digestion systems with biogas recovery and energy generation turns a non-productive process into a cost-offsetting one. GURNEY ENVIRONMENTAL offers packages with a proven track record. Gurney Environmental are the UK's distributor for W2E, an International waste water treatment company that provides highly efficient anaerobic ...

Waste to Energy Plant

by EnviTec Biogas AG     based in Lohne, GERMANY

Every farm or food enterprise generates by-products which are eminently suited to biogas production. The targeted utilisation of organic waste can help generate energy and heat. This lowers overall production costs and is also good for the environment. In short: what you would normally dispose of is a valuable source of energy.

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