With worldwide focus on recovering the maximum waste-to-energy possible, waste processing is an important growth market for stationary shredder technology. Numerous technologies now exist to produce fuels and energy from waste. Incineration is the most common waste-to-energy conversion but to maintain a consistent flow, increase combustion efficiency and reduce costs, it is essential that the waste is pre-shredded.
By Metso Recycling Equipment based in Duesseldorf, GERMANY.
Energy recovery from municipal waste is the conversion of non-recyclable waste materials into usable energy like heat, electricity, or fuel through a variety of processes, including combustion, gasification, pyrolization, anaerobic digestion and landfill gas recovery. This process is often called waste to energy by the industry.
By Rowan Food and Biomass Engineering Ltd based in Gloucestershire, UNITED KINGDOM.
SSI designs and manufactures size reduction systems to prepare solid wastes for thermal treatment or conversion to alternative fuels. SSI Shredding Systems, Inc. has been developing and refining a wide range of products and engineered system solutions to convert waste materials into usable fuels for industry. SSI has the experience, product range and desire to exceed your expectations.
By SSI Shredding Systems, Inc. based in Wilsonville, OREGON (USA).
PremiumThe petroleum refining industry uses a wide range of processes, from separation, petroleum conversion, and petroleum treatment to waste water management. Each of these processes has its own challenges and all are made more complex by the variety of products and contaminants in the process. Two key areas, from the water management perspective, are cooling water and waste water treatment.
By Advanced Sensors Ltd. - part of PAC L.P. based in Carrickfergus, UNITED KINGDOM.
“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.
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