Makes even the biggest mountains of cardboard into molehills! Every year, Germany produces around 10 million tonnes of cardboard and paperboard for the packaging industry. After their use, these items of cardboard packaging and boxes must then be reduced in volume before passing through the recycling process. This volume reduction step is performed by recycling companies and public recycling depots or in cardboard packaging and corrugated board factories.
Single stream recycling, otherwise known as dry commingled waste, comprises primarily of paper and cardboard, plastic packaging waste, textiles, cans and, in some cases, glass. The demand for these secondary resources continues to rise compared with that of primary resources.
During recent years, the importance of alternative energy sources has become increasingly apparent. With the Eldan Recycling System for MSW (Municipal Solid Waste), you can turn loose, baled or bagged waste like non-recyclable plastics, paper cardboard, mattresses, carpets, etc. into energy in the form of RDF (Residual Derived Fuel).
RDF exploits the energy content of the traditional household waste (MSW) to substitute traditional fuels, thus posing an alternative that is attractive both environmentally and...