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waste incineration residue Applications

  • Air pollution control (APC) equipments for waste incineration

    Waste incineration is a complex area. The mix of waste, moisture content, temperature of the waste, surrounding air and a variety of other factors interact and affect which residues are formed. Combustion entails often a gas consisting of heavy metals, sulfur oxides, chlorides, dioxins, etc. It is extremely important with a proper handling of the gas and the task often requires a mixture of wet and semi-dry treatment. EnviBAT offers equipment that brings particle levels down to extremely low levels, which guarantees a total separation of dioxins and wet purification that separates contaminants found in the gas phase.

    By Envibat AB based in Skellefteå, SWEDEN.

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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.

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    Recycling sorting solutions for the ash recycling

    Incinerated municipal solids and other waste streams results in a significant amount of ash residue, which often contains valuable metals. The amount of this remnant being created globally is rapidly increasing due to legislation which prohibits landfilling and creates new incentives for incineration. TOMRA Sorting sensor-based systems allow waste management businesses to capitalize on today’s challenges whilst simultaneously enabling them to look to the future with confidence.

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

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