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    Waste sorting solutions for the organic waste

    The total waste volume contains a high percentage of organic waste material. Depending on the origin country, this fraction is treated in different ways. Within the organic fraction, the inert material can cause significant problems during the different treatment processes.

    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH. based in Mülheim-Kärlich, GERMANY.

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    Pre-sorted Material Sorting

    TOMRA can help you sort the value out of Pre-sorted material. The input material of pre-sorted plastics will usually contain materials such as bottles and foil. Before recycling, any impurities need to be cleaned out in order to sort out any residue of organic matter, metals, PVC or coloured PET. The material is checked for colour and material. In the bottle-to-bottle procedures highest and consistent quality standards are required.

    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH. based in Mülheim-Kärlich, GERMANY.

  • High value recycled material

    The customers of Sortech Disc Screen manage to propose higher quality product at more attractive price in the market, due to precise separation and reduced costs of the exploitation. Sortech hardworking and dynamic Dìsc Screen is valued by customers also for particularly strong components and special ant-wrapping system that assures unlimited materials processing and especially quick maintenance. In the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K1C8YvIkRBs, you can see Sortech Disc Screen efficiently separating municipal waste: 0-30 mm fraction (mainly organic waste) from 30-80 one (plastic, paper, wood). If you wish to know how to add higher value to your materials and keep competitive prices, feel free to contact us at info@sortech.it

    By SORTECH based in Genzano di Roma, ITALY.

  • Waste Treatment for Waste Preparation

    Material sorting and preparation is essential for effective product valorisation. Aware of this aspect, Ménart has participated in pioneering projects, equally in the preparatory stage of diverse organic waste destined for biogaz valorisation, through composting or co-generation, and in the sorting of household and industrial waste to be recycled, for example, for combustible waste.

    By Menart based in Dour, BELGIUM.

  • Hazardous and Special Wastes

    Gasplasma® uses a DC Plasma Converter to crack impurities from the raw syngas. The intense heat and strong UV light produced by the Plasma Arc neutralises hazardous wastes, such as sludge and oils, creosote and other preservatives and chemicals. Gasplasma® transforms the organic parts of the waste into a hydrogen-rich syngas that is used to generate clean, renewable power and renewable heat. The second stage Plasma Converter makes hazardous elements inert and all the inorganic materials are vitrified into an environmentally benign product called Plasmarok®.

    By Advanced Plasma Power (APP) based in Swindon, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Biomass collection for the municipal solid waste industry

    Vermeer is helping municipalities take advantage of the new and emerging opportunities in biomass collection. Biomass is defined as any organic material made from plants or animals and includes items such as urban wood waste, forestry residues, perennial grass crops, agricultural residues and municipal solid wastes.

    By Vermeer based in Pella, IOWA (USA).

  • Energy and Fuels from Municipal Solid Waste (MSW)

    Municipal Solid Waste (MSW), which includes household waste, is the residual waste put into a black bin bag or wheelie bin. MSW contains a mixture of recyclable, organic, inorganic and biodegradable materials. We recover as many recyclable materials as possible before drying and shredding the remainder to make a Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) for the process. Our energy from waste process, Gasplasma®, transforms the RDF into a clean hydrogen-rich synthesis gas (syngas).

    By Advanced Plasma Power (APP) based in Swindon, UNITED KINGDOM.

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    Waste recovery for energy & utilities

    In order to stay competitive and to be seen as being environmentally responsible, energy and utility companies are always looking for alternative routes to generate power. One method of doing this is by leveraging waste to energy incineration plants linked to the processing municipal solid waste. During this incineration process, APC residues, which are a mixture of fly ash, organic pollutants (including dioxins and furans), are generated and are classified as hazardous waste and have a detrimental environmental impact. This fly ash is subject to Air Pollution Control as it is contaminated with extremely high concentrations of heavy metals and toxic compounds like dioxins, linked to cancer and other health problems. Tetronics offers valuable waste recovery plants that can eliminate the hazardous element within the fly ash while generating an inert building aggregate with the remaining material.

    By Tetronics (International) Limited based in Swindon, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Energy and Fuels from Wood Wastes and Biomass

    Wood wastes include woods from forestry, railways – sleepers, telecoms – telephone poles, timber manufacturing processes and the construction industry. Many of these types of wood tend to be contaminated with chemicals and other materials. This contamination can make the waste wood difficult to use in traditional biomass to energy processes and potentially hazardous to the environment. Our Gasplasma® energy from waste technology is able to transform efficiently the organic biomass into a pure, hydrogen-rich synthesis gas and safely destroys any harmful or hazardous inorganic chemicals. All inorganic materials are made inert and vitrified into an environmentally benign product called Plasmarok® which can be sold as an aggregate for construction, generating a revenue stream.

    By Advanced Plasma Power (APP) based in Swindon, UNITED KINGDOM.

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    Industrial wastewater solutions for contaminated landfill leachate

    Reliable treatment. Optimised for heavily contaminated landfill leachate. Whether it be household rubbish, construction rubble, contaminated soils, port sludge or waste incineration ash, final storage of these heavily contaminated materials poses a potential groundwater pollution risk from heavy metals, nitrogen bonds or organic substances. Landfill leachate resulting from precipitation on landfill sites.

    By H2O GmbH based in Steinen, GERMANY.

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    Dosing pumps for anaerobic disgestion and biogas industry

    Biogas is a natural gas also known as biofuel or biomass and is produced by breaking down organic material such as household waste, manure and crops grown specifically for biofuel with temperature-sensitive microbes and capturing the by-products.

    By Verderflex Peristaltic Pumps - part of the Verder Group based in Castleford, UNITED KINGDOM.

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    Analytical instruments for elemental analysis

    Elemental analysis is a generic term for a group of applications which deal with the analysis of a variety of materials (chemicals, liquids, polymers, waste material, etc.) for their elemental or isotopic properties. Typical examples of elemental analysis techniques where mass flow control plays a key role are Total Organic Carbon (TOC) or Total Organic Halides (TOX).

    By Axetris Ag based in Kaegiswil, SWITZERLAND.

  • Wastewater treatment for the winery

    The waste water from the transformation process in wineries has a high organic material content, as well as large pH variations that can be harmful to the environment. This water treatment must be carried out by using the appropriate processes.

    By Aguambiente based in La Cistérniga, SPAIN.

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    Gas analysis & monitoring system for biogas analysis

    “Biogas” means a mixture of various types of gas (mostly methane) produced by bacterial fermentation in anaerobic conditions(absence of oxygen) of organic residues from waste, decaying plant, carcasses in putrescence. The analyzers of biogas by Infrared cells carry out the continuous analysis of CH4, O2, CO2, H2S and NH3. The whole process sees the decomposition of organic material by some types of bacteria, producing carbon dioxide, molecular hydrogen and methane(methane conversion of organic compounds).

    By ETG Risorse e Tecnologia S.r.l. based in Montiglio, ITALY.

  • Wastewater treatment for the tank cleaning

    The waste water from the transformation process in wineries has a high organic material content, as well as large pH variations that can be harmful to the environment. This water treatment must be carried out by using the appropriate processes.

    By Aguambiente based in La Cistérniga, SPAIN.

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    Methane and Carbon Dioxide Sensing for Biogas Applications

    Application: Anaerobic Digestion plants produce various gas components from a source material (or feedstock) that can be composed either solely or as a mixture of slurries, purpose-grown crops, food and organic waste material. The composition of the gas produced varies depending upon the feedstock and the Anaerobic digestion process itself. As a consequence, it is normal to measure various components of the resultant gas produced to evaluate the efficiency of the Anaerobic Digestion process. Furthermore, due to the flammable nature of Methane, and the risk of asphyxiation, most plants feature ambient air monitoring to protect personnel from any unplanned accumulation of leaked gas.

    By Edinburgh Instruments Ltd based in Livingston, UNITED KINGDOM.

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    Sensor for Biogas

    Anaerobic Digestion plants produce various gas components from a source material (or feedstock) that can be composed either solely or as a mixture of slurries, purpose-grown crops, food and organic waste material. The composition of the gas produced varies depending upon the feedstock and the Anaerobic digestion process itself. As a consequence, it is normal to measure various components of the resultant gas produced to evaluate the efficiency of the Anaerobic Digestion process. Furthermore, due to the flammable nature of Methane (CH4), and the risk of asphyxiation, most plants feature ambient air monitoring to protect personnel from any unplanned accumulation of leaked gas. CH4 is the gas component fuel, which is the intended end product of the anaerobic digestion process. In biogas plants, the concentration of CH4 in a working plant varies between 50%-75%, which is well above the Upper Explosive Limit (UEL).

    By Edinburgh Instruments Ltd based in Livingston, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Wastewater treatment for the textile sector

    The kind of waste water from tanneries has a high salt content that can be diluted, but is hard to eliminate. They can also have a high organic load due to the high dirtiness, including blood, sand and manure. The water itself from these industries can vary a lot from a company to another depending on its actividad. However, a common characteristic is the high content of materials in suspension due to fibres and precipitated proteins.

    By Aguambiente based in La Cistérniga, SPAIN.

  • Wastewater Treatment for the Bioenergy Industry

    The waste (water) streams from the production of (bio) ethanol or ethanol spirits are generally very suitable for anaerobic treatment, due to their organic compounds. 

    The effluent streams produced by the different production processes are influences by a great number of parameters such as, process design, milling process, type of raw material, etc. This requires special attention in the design of the treatment plant for this type of industry. 

    Typical streams from these industries that can be treated are, whole stillage, thin stillage, spent wash, vinasse and condensate from evaporator. The Upflow Anaerobic Sludge Blanket (UASB) process and the External Circulation Sludge Bed (ECSB) process from HydroThane are worldwide proven processes for the treatment of this type of waste water.

    By HydroThane STP BV based in KC `s Hertogenbosch, NETHERLANDS.

  • Energy and Fuels from Auto Shredder Residue (ASR)

    End of life vehicle processing recovers valuable recyclates and removes for recovery all pollutants from automobiles. After this process, the remaining vehicle is shredded for further treatment into smaller parts called Auto Shredder Residue (ASR) sometimes referred to as Auto Shredder Fluff or Car Fluff. ASR contains a mixture of all the different materials that make up the automobile, including metals, plastics, rubbers and textiles. This mixture of materials makes ASR a difficult waste to handle and potentially harmful to the environment. The Gasplasma® energy from waste process breaks down the ASR: Organic materials are transformed into a hydrogen-rich synthesis gas which is used to generate power / Inorganic materials are vitrified to become Plasmarok® /Any remaining ferrous and non-ferrous metals are recovered

    By Advanced Plasma Power (APP) based in Swindon, UNITED KINGDOM.

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