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  • Recycling Equipment for Single Stream Waste

    Optimising output in terms of economic value and against the lowest possible costs per tonne. This is the short-term goal for every Single Stream installation that we provide in cooperation with Bollegraaf. The long-term goal is to ensure permanently low operating costs. The result: fast Return on Investment.

    By Bollegraaf Recycling Solutions based in Appingedam, NETHERLANDS.

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    Waste Sorting - Single Stream Recycling

    Single stream, otherwise known as dry commingled waste, comprises mostly of paper & card, plastic packaging waste, textiles and cans. Given that some collection schemes include glass whilst others exclude glass from commingled collection, we have provided figures for both waste types.

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

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    Several waste gas streams: Highly contaminated oxygen-free waste gas,|and medium waste gas stream

    Explosive oxygen-free waste gases are disposed of and contribute to the oxidation process of the contaminants.

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    Several waste gas streams: Short, high concentration peaks and a constant |medium concentration

    Concentration peaks and liquid waste posed a tough challenge on the air pollution control system. With the CTP solution, this waste is not only disposed of but also reduces the burner energy considerably.

  • Using evaporation to dewater Reverse Osmosis reject waste streams

    Reverse Osmosis (RO) technology has been used for years in various industries to separate dissolved solids from water by forcing the water through a semi-permeable membrane. RO is also commonly used to purify drinking water and desalinate seawater to yield potable water. The water and other molecules with lower molecular weight (specific weight of molecules allowed to pass through is dependent on the selected membrane) pass through the micropores in the membrane, yielding a purified water stream called the permeate. Larger molecules are retained by the membrane as well as a portion of the water that does not pass through the membrane. This concentrated stream is called the concentrate or RO reject.

    By ENCON Evaporators based in Hooksett, NEW HAMPSHIRE (USA).

  • Waste dewatering for waste management industry

    Separation and dewatering of suspensions are important process stages when treating waste and digester output. BELLMER KUFFERATH machines, within an overall waste management concept, divide waste streams into separate streams in an optimal way in waste treatment plants, for which specific treatment methods make sense. Apart from single machines, BELLMER KUFFERATH also supply complete systems for sortation and dewatering of waste streams.

    By BELLMER KUFFERATH Machinery GmbH based in Düren, GERMANY.

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    Waste Sorting - Bulky Waste Sorting

    TOMRA can help you sort the value out of Bulky waste. Bulky waste can contain a high number of valuable materials but this is not easily accessible within regular waste streams due to its bulkiness. This therefore means that in order to streamline the separation process, the initial treatment step has to involve shredding the input material. In order to prepare sortable fractions, sizing of fractions by screening and the separation of light by heavy compartments is inevitable.

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

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    Mixed Municipal Solid Waste Sorting

    Traditional (manual) or semi-automated techniques, however, are only able to recover low levels of separate materials from mixed municipal waste streams and mean considerable content going to landfill. In contrast, TOMRA Sorting’s fully automated, state-of-the-art, sensor-based municipal sorting systems convert complex and varied - even dirty - municipal solid waste streams into high quality, separated, marketable output. The systems also make manual sorting unnecessary, thus reducing labor costs and material loss, while increasing efficiency. Operationally, through using detection techniques such as near infrared (NIR), x-ray transmission (XRT), color line cameras and metal sensors in combination.

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

  • Waste Tyre Recycling Machine

    Waste Tyre Recycling Machine,RESEM provides Pyrolysis Oil Plant systems that convert petroleum based waste streams such as plastics, tires, into quality fuels, carbons.

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    Waste Sorting - Commercial Waste Sorting / Industrial Waste Sorting

    Traditional manual or semi-automated techniques, however, are only able to recover low levels of separate materials from commercial and industrial waste streams. In contrast, TOMRA’s fully adjustable, state-of-the-art, senor-based sorting and recycling systems convert complex and varied commercial and industrial streams into high quality, separated output. The systems also make manual picking unnecessary, thus reducing labor costs and material loss, while increasing the efficiency of commercial waste recycling. Operationally, through using detection techniques such as near infrared (NIR), x-ray transmission (XRT), visual spectrometers (VIS), color line cameras and metal sensors in combination, the systems offer: - High recovery rates - High throughputs - High purity levels - Speedy return on investment - Low running costs - Advanced recognition capabilities (material, color, atomic density etc)

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

  • SRF

    SRF Manufacture is an alternative fuel produced by shredding and dehydrating solid waste, typically consisting of combustible components of solid waste, including paper, card, wood, textiles and plastic. It can be produced to a range of specifications to meet customer requirements. Solid Recovered Fuel Manufacture The materials used to produce Solid Recovered Fuel pass through a series of shredders, screens, air classifiers/density separators and magnets. Inert materials, recyclable plastics and metals are extracted from the shredded material, leaving a mix of mainly non-recyclable paper, card, wood, textiles and plastic. Although a small proportion of these materials can be recycled the quality of these materials is compromised once they enter the residual waste stream and recovering energy from these materials is currently the best environmental option. For More information: https://the-mkgroup.com/portfolio/srf-manufacture/

    By MK Group based in Galbally, IRELAND.

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    Mercury Waste

    Mercury-contaminated wastes are a major challenge for many industries including the chlorine industry, oil & gas drilling, oil & gas refineries (catalysts) and fluorescent lamps recycling. Due to strict legal restrictions and HSE requirements, mercury-contaminated waste is required to be handled with special care. We at econ industries have the best solution for each specific mercury waste stream, with plants that are recognised as being state of the art from approval authorities worldwide. Find more information an the benefits of VacuDry® mercury waste plants on http://www.econindustries.com/applications/mercury-wastes

    By econ industries GmbH based in Starnberg, GERMANY.

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    Waste Sorting - Refuse Derived Fuel

    One way in which values within waste can be utilized is by using it as fuel. RDF (Refuse Derived Fuel) is a term that applies to materials with a high calorific value (typically around 18 Megajoule per kilogramm) that are removed from waste streams. Beneficiaries of this material cement kilns to power plants. TOMRA Sorting technology has long been utilized in many plants across Europe to produce an RDF material from different waste streams according to the specific needs of the end users. The main purpose of this area of work is to ensure that the RDF has very low chlorine content, typically below 0.7% in weight. TOMRA Sortingis able to achieve this by either selecting the ‘good’ material (‘positive sorting’) or by ejecting the ‘bad’ material from the stream, such as small PVC parts (‘negative sorting’).

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

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    Waste recovery for glass manufacturing

    Tetronics` twin torch system has been used continuously for the commercial production of high quality silica glass for optical applications since 1992. Tetronics’ unique twin torch technology allows a plasma arc to be created in space, which enables a falling stream of high quality silica powder to be melted at the junction of the two arcs to form an ingot of high optical quality silica glass. By using plasma as a clean and controllable heat source, the product has a high degree of integrity, because the absence of a natural gas flame means the resulting product is free from bubbles, contamination and other defects.

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

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