SRF plant now operational in South West France

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Courtesy of UNTHA Shredding Technology

Commissioning of a new waste processing plant in Mende, South West France is now complete. Following almost two years of planning, design, engineering and construction, Environnement 48 began shredding Commercial and Industrial (C&I) waste to produce a Solid Recovered Fuel (SRF), this month. Already one of the region's most established waste management companies and a member of the French recycling association Federec, Environnement 48 has extended its facilities to enter the alternative fuel production market. The UNTHA XR Ripper waste shredder lies at the heart of the plant. C&I and bulky wastes of
80-220kg/m³ are being shredded down to a homogenous particle of 80%

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