incineration plant construction Articles

  • Superfund Remediation: The Key to Land Reuse Case Study

    The technology is ready and, with state and federal tax credits waiting, the economics look better than ever: New Jersey, one of the first states to be industrialized, finds itself plagued with the contaminated aftermath of pre-EPA industries: soil contamination. From superfund sites to the gas station whose underground storage tank has been oozing for the last 20 years, every ...


    By CR Clean Air Group, LLC

  • Staged Thermal Treatment Combined With Pyrometallurgical Smelting Producing Energy and Products From Waste

    Incineration of waste is considered as a state-of-the-art technology. However staged gasification in combination with pyrometallurgical smelting is ready for market introduction and offers principal advantages. These are higher efficiency (up to 35% electricity), efficient and cheaper fuel gas cleaning (less emissions), high quality secondary products (synthetic basalt), high input flexibility, ...


  • Sharon

    Abstract SHARON8 is a very cost-effective treatment system for the total removal of nitrogen components, through nitriflcation/denithfication. from wastewater flow streams containing high concentrations of nitrogen. The system is used for the treatment of municipal wastewater side streams from both dewatered digested primary sludge and waste activated biosolids to achieve high total ...

  • Stop trashing the climate

    In June, the Institute for Local Self-Reliance (ILSR) joined with Eco-Cycle and the Global Anti-Incinerator Alliance (GAIA) to release Stop Trashing the Climate, a report documenting the link between climate change and unsustainable patterns of consumption and wasting. Authored by Brenda Platt of ILSR, with coauthors Eric Lombardi of Eco-Cycle (Boulder, Colorado) and Dave Ciplet of GAIA, the ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • SAFER TRACE Case Study - DuPont TRACE

    A user of SAFER products for almost 20 years, DuPont Sabine River Works has developed a comprehensive, sophisticated system for emergency response training, preparation, management, and assessment. Being prepared was key in setting up an Emergency Response System for the facility. Four databases and a host of scenarios were designed for every conceivable combination of chemicals, weather ...


    By SAFER Systems LLC

  • QChem flue gas cooler - Case study

    Project: Qatar Chemical Company (Q-Chem) Location: Qatar Engineer: In-House Applicator: Cape East Refractories Sauereisen Representative: Virtual Scientific Products: High Temperature membrane No. 89 Lightweight Acidproof Concrete No. 54LW ...


    By Sauereisen Inc.

  • A STIEFEL project KVA Linthgebiet Niederurnen case study

    The waste incineration plant KVA Linthgebiet is situated in Switzerland. The plant disposes of a total of 120’000 tons of waste each year from 240‘000 inhabitants in the surrounding area. Due to the thermal recovery, it produces annually 84 GWhour of electrical energy and therefore saves 250’000 litres of fuel oil by providing energy to a district heating system. Background ...


    By Jakob Stiefel GmbH

  • Time to address the air pollution control residue problem

    The incineration of municipal solid waste is gaining increasing importance in the UK, especially as the burning of waste can be used to generate energy, providing a more sustainable solution to our waste problem by diverting it from landfill sites. An issue with incineration is that some of our waste contains hazardous chemicals such as chlorine and lead which are volatilised during the process. ...

  • Plasco gets US$140M from investors

    Plasco Energy Group Inc. has received US$140 million from a group of private investors to help the Ottawa company speed development of commercial-scale waste-toenergy facilities around the world. The funding is the second big cash infusion for Plasco, which has been running a trial version of its garbage incinerating technology at Ottawa's Trail Road garbage dump. Added to US$110 million it ...

  • Transportation of digested sludges over extreme distances

    Sludge is a residual product of sewage treatment that, as a rule, is digested and concentrated. In larger processing plants, it is dehydrated, partially dried and subsequently utilised in other processes. This usually takes the form of incineration and subsequent use as an additive to building materials by the cement industry. In the sewage treatment plant (STP) of the local authorities ...


    By ALLWEILER GmbH

  • Cement Manufacturing - Balancing Growth with Air Quality Requirements

    In most areas of the U.S., it appears that the recession is a bad memory and the signs of recovery are all around us. As described by the Portland Cement Association (PCA) on its website[1], “following the strongest cement consumption gains in seven (7) years in 2012, cement consumption growth will continue in 2013 with a 6.2% increase.” PCA continues to explain that “the ...


    By All4 Inc.

  • Development of wet pre-treatment and pulper technology

    Since 1984 BTA is involved in activities in the area of waste pre-treatment. This process was first implemented in 1986 in a pilot plant. The patented BTA-Process is consisting of the following main steps: - Wet pre-treatment of waste with separation of the contaminants and production of a pumpable suspension- Sand separation by a hydrodynamic grit removal system- Digestion of the suspension in ...


    By ORBIT e.V.

  • Rest or mixed waste sorting-digestion-separation for the recovery of recyclables and energy

    Source separate collection of biowaste has been implemented in many countries in Europe, especially in the German- speaking countries and the Benelux. By separating the biowaste fraction, a waste fraction called rest waste or grey waste is left over. This fraction is in most instances landfilled or incinerated. However, rest waste still contains a considerable amount of organics (up to 65%) which ...


    By ORBIT e.V.

  • Quality standards of the output fractions after the material specific treatment

    The modern era of waste management did not begin in Germany until the mid-1960s. At that time the federal government established the legal basis for proper waste disposal which designated local communities responsible for the disposal of waste. In October 1965 the “Central Office for Waste Disposal” was founded by the federal government and the states (BILITEWSKI et al. 1997). Until the end of ...


    By ORBIT e.V.

  • The ‘Rolls Royce’ is now in its ‘garage’

    Our client’s new cremation for pets venture is almost ready for business. Even though we have been in this business for many years, in fact we are globally recognised as the undisputed the market leader, we still enjoy a tingle of excitement every time we receive a new order.  Whether it is for a small pet cremation unit or the largest, fully automated and most advanced waste ...

  • Recycling Waste Products from Molasses Fermentation: CSR Distilleries

    CSR’s Sarina ethanol distillery has changed from an environmental pariah in the local community into a welcome industry. Through a world-first plant design, it has reduced steam and water consumption, improved plant productivity and product quality, and turned a pollutant into a saleable, import-replacing product. Instead of closing down in the face of community opposition to its environmental ...


  • `Making good earth better` goal of waste-to-resource firm

    “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.” Nowhere is that more true than in northern Ohio, where a long-established waste-to-resource company is turning everything from demolition and construction waste and sewage sludge into products that homeowners and businesses can use to spruce up their properties. “I can’t believe what we do,” enthuses Diane Kurtzman, a spokesperson for Kurtz Bros. Inc., ...

  • Government to invest GBP£70m in green facilities

    The Mayor of London has announced the government's intentions to invest GBP£70 million in the development of low-carbon waste and recycling facilities in the capital. This could potentially create hundreds of jobs in engineering and construction, as several biomass, incineration sites and recycling centres for food and plants will be built; saving the capital millions of pounds, according ...

  • Using On-Site Biological Methods to Clean Up Soil

    Decontamination companies and researchers in France are working to restore polluted soil using treatments that range from biological methods to soil washing and incineration. The problem of polluted soil was dramatically illustrated prior to construction of the Stade de France soccer stadium built for the 1998 World Cup. The location of the site, on industrial wasteland just north of Paris, ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Zero waste in Buenos Aires (Argentina)

    In late 2005, the City Council in Buenos Aires, Argentina unanimously passed a law, “Integral Management Of Solid Urban Waste,” a Zero Waste law. The law sets goals and milestones to reduce the volume of municipal solid waste going to landfill disposal. “The first milestone is 30 percent reduction of waste to landfill by 2010,” says Cecilia Allen of Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives' ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

Need help finding the right suppliers? Try XPRT Sourcing. Let the XPRTs do the work for you