BMH Enviro delivers large scale RDF production plant to waste management company
The Finland based BMH Enviro, a divison of BMH Technology Ltd, has in November delivered a large scale Tyrannosaurus SRF (RDF) production plant to a waste management company near Enschede in Holland.
The plant produces solid recovered fuels from a wide range of combustible waste materials. The fuel is used in cement kilns and power plants to substitute fossil fuels, like coal or pet coke.
BMH has also sold Tyrannosaurus -plant, that likely is the worlds largest of its kind, to Asia. The plant will process 2.000 tonne, equal to over 100 tonnes per hour of waste per day into standardized solid recovered fuel with a particle size of 20 mm. Also waste from an old landfill will be recovered and turned into fuel in this plant.
BMH has also recieved orders for delivering waste procesisng plants to several sites i Italy.
Simultaneously BMH is introducing a range of new and pre- and after shredders. Already before official launch of the new mahcinery, several units have been ordered.
BMH has in 2009, despite the worldwide crisis, had the strongest sales in its history.