Waste Compliance & Regulations Applications

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Stack Testing for Cement Kilns

by AirSource Technologies, Inc.     based in Shawnee, KANSAS (USA)

CEMENT INDUSTRY: Performed RCRA Trial Burn and Comprehensive Performance Test Programs for multiple kilns firing hazardous waste fuels.

Evaporators technology for graphic arts, pulp & paper & textile industries

by EVALED - Veolia Water Technologies     based in Zoppola (PN), ITALY

Different industries with many different challenges to face. All of them have to find efficient and effective solutions to optimize the available resources for an ever more high competitiveness and, contextually, to comply with the most stringent regulations about the protection of the environment.

Recycling and processing of WEEE

by AD REM N.V. (Valtech Group)     based in Menen, BELGIUM

Next to processing shredder light and heavy shredder fraction the Ad Rem machinery is also capable of processing waste of electrical and electronic equipment. WEEE can be processed on the same machinery as ASR is processed without any modifications. This makes it possible to get more input into the system and therefore costing less per ton.

Shredders and crushers for LCD monitor recycling

by Erdwich Zerkleinerungssysteme GmbH     based in Kaufering, GERMANY

According to initial estimates, in Germany about three million LCD monitors will be recycled in the year 2016. However, they often still have backlighting containing mercury and therefore have to be classified as “hazardous waste” in accordance with the German General Administrative Regulation (AVV) and registered in compliance with the German Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act (Elektro G) under category 3. Whereby special conditions must ensure that no risk arises from the mercury for the environment or for humans. However, because of a lack of suitable automated procedures for the recycling of LCD monitors, it was to date only possible to dissemble the appliances laboriously by hand, with the ensuing health dangers for the workers.

Large waste bins for councils and municipalities and the industry

by P. Henkel GmbH     based in Kreuztal, GERMANY

Absolutely hygienic, stable and cost-efficient. The MGB with spherical base represents hygienic waste disposal of residual and organic waste as well as food waste. The dustbins are optimised for side loaders. Cost benefits for councils and municipalities as well as private waste management companies. Absolutely low-noise, serially only 89 dB in accordance with EU outdoor noise directive 2000/14 EC at the MGB 120-KB and 91 dB at the MGB 240-KB. High operational safety.

Recycling equipments for electronic waste recycling (WEEE)

by Eldan Recycling A/S     based in Faaborg, DENMARK

The content of WEEE (electrical and electronic waste) gives recyclers various initiatives for recycling. It contains hazardous substances, such as lead, mercury or certain flame retardants, as well as precious metals like gold and silver. In 2012 approx. 64,900.000 ton electronic goods where produced and 49.000.000 ton electrical and electronic waste (WEEE) was generated. As the amount of sold electronic goods rise, the amount of WEEE rises. It is vital that this waste is taken care of properly.

Membrane filtration systems for reduction of BOD/COD

by GEA Filtration     based in Hudson, WISCONSIN (USA)

Reverse Osmosis Polishers can concentrate BOD/COD from evaporator condensate and RO permeate streams to reduce waste water. Polished water can also be re-used in plant for boiler water make-up and CIP systems. In Dairy Industry applications, `polishing` of these process water streams aids in the production of Class I water for re-use from dairy products as defined and regulated under Food & Drug Administration rules. Water produced with this technique is also very soft, generally resulting in lower cleaning chemical consumption.

Coating and Laminating

by Babcock & Wilcox MEGTEC     based in De Pere, WISCONSIN (USA)

MEGTEC’s experience and application know-how are at your command for tough drying and web handling applications such as slow-drying coatings and materials or thin film coating and laminating. Dryers can be equipped with a wide variety of nozzle configurations ranging from simple slot nozzles to sophisticated Coanda-style air bars and patented air foil systems. A full range of heat sources are available including steam, direct and indirect gas-fired, thermal oil, electric, hot water and IR. In addition, the air handling systems can be integrated into the dryer enclosure or stand-alone for remote installation. When the process requires pollution control systems for solvent-based applications, MEGTEC also offers regenerative thermal oxidizers, solvent recovery, distillation and purification systems. MEGTEC also offers waste heat recovery packages to “close the energy loop” between pollution controls and the process, in order to reduce production costs and increase customer profits

X-ray fluorescence XRF analysis for environmental protection and waste management

by Bruker Corporation     based in Billerica, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

To meet the requirements of new regulations and to protect the environment effectively, industries need techniques that enable the analysis of elements at lowest concentration levels. Bruker X-ray fluorescence (XRF) analysis is the most suitable analytical technique for handling different kinds of materials. Bruker’s XRF, ICP-MS, GC, TOF-MS, FT-IR, CBRNE products and applications help you to monitor contaminated land efficiently and quickly, to determine hazardous elements in the air and water, as well as to classify waste material and to specify products for recycling and disposal. Whether solids, sludge, filters, liquids or powders: there is a fast and simple sample preparation technique for every material type.

Compliance management software for the transportation and logistics industry

by Convergepoint     based in Houston, TEXAS (USA)

To keep truck drivers, pilots, other drivers and the general public safe on the road, the transportation industry is highly regulated by federal agencies, including the FAA, DOT, FMCSA, FRA and FTA, as well as state and local agencies. Each organization has its own guidelines that must be followed by trucking companies and other transportation, logistics and freight brokerage providers — and those guidelines continue to rapidly evolve.

Environmental Reporting

by Quantum Compliance     based in Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN (USA)

The Q EHS Environmental Reporting suite provides key tools for compliance with environmental legislation pertaining to the management, storage, use release, and disposal of hazardous materials. The software was developed to produce a variety of practical reports such as: • Performance and compliance assessments • Regulatory report submittals • Metrics and trend analyses for facility, divisional, and corporate management • On-site environmental incident occurrences Q EHS Air - Q EHS Waste - Q EHS Water - Q EHS Hazardous Materials Allow you to: • Associate and roll up usage data to appropriate unit - Business - Group - Sector - Division - Geographic - User-defined parameter • Estimate expected and potential emissions from various sources • Establish operating limits for automated checks and warning messages

Solid Waste Collection

by JLM Equipment     based in Lake Wales, FLORIDA (USA)

We provide equipment for municipal solid waste collection. Including but not limited to commercial front loaders, automated side loaders, rear loaders, recycling trucks, grapple trucks, Dump Loc body supports, and X1R lubricators for the solid waste industry, recycling and bulky waste collection.

Shredding of electronic waste with Mercodor equipment

by MERCODOR GmbH Sondermaschinenbau KG     based in Frankfurt am Main, GERMANY

For optimal processing of electronic waste, it is especially important to yield secondary raw materials that are as pure as possible. For this purpose Mercodor, with its rugged, compact precision cutters, has exactly the right solution.

Gas Sensing for Landfill

by Edinburgh Instruments Ltd     based in Livingston, UNITED KINGDOM

In March 1986 an explosion destroyed a bungalow adjacent to a landfill site in Loscoe, Derbyshire. Subsequent measurements showed that 150-200 cubic meters of gas per hour were being generated by landfill waste. This event triggered a change in the way the waste industry considered and regulated gas generated at landfill sites; resulting in the landfill regulations of 2002, and in particular LFTGN03: the Guidance on the Management of landfill Gas. The regulations, which run to 128 pages, describe the management and control of landfill sites, and define landfill gas as being all the gas generated from landfill waste. This includes gases generated by biodegradation of waste and gas arising from chemical reactions and the volatilisation of chemicals from the waste. These regulations require that for every landfill site, a gas management plan is put in place to ensure: • Landfill gas must be collected from all landfills receiving biodegradable waste and the landfill gas must be treat

Waste recovery for petrochemical wastes

by Tetronics (International) Limited     based in Swindon, UNITED KINGDOM

Traditionally, the Petrochemical Sector has operated with basic technological solutions, with ultimate reliance on High Temperature Incineration (HTI) and landfill in order to deal with their hazardous wastes. However, tightening regulation, increasing landfill costs and social responsibilities are driving companies to look at alternative methods of treatment of very challenging wastes, including the treatment of:

Shredders for Hazardous and Medical Waste

by SA Eng Soluzioni per l`Ambiente     based in San Donà di Piave, ITALY

SA Eng. designs and manufactures single machines and / or complete plants for the treatment of Hazardous Waste. The supply can relate to the single shredder used only for the volume reduction of the material or to imply the use of a Nitrogen Blanketing System of the machine and / or of the complete system with subsequent separation of the product. SA Eng. provides for the study of customized systems in compliance with the specific need/request of each customer.

Metal Sorting - End of Life Vehicles Scrap Sorting

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

Using modern TOMRA sorting technology you can generate clean non-ferrous metal fractions in your daily shredder operation. The processing of valuable scrap metal gains more and more importance worldwide. The aim is to generate clean, mono-fraction products from this very complex stream of End of Life Vehicles scrap metal material using suitable separation procedures. And that is worthwhile; End of Life Vehicles scrap processing does not only preserve natural resources of raw material, but it is also considerably cheaper. Compared to the aluminium production from primary raw material, using secondary material from End of Life Vehicles saves around 90% of the energy demand.

Very large waste gas volumes with low contaminant concentration

by Chemisch Thermische Prozesstechnik GmbH / CTP Air Pollution Control     based in Graz, AUSTRIA

The CTP desorption allows for an especially high concentration factor which, in turn, reduces the cost of ownership and permits an auto-thermal operation (additional burner switched off) even when the contaminant concentration is low.

XRF analysis for WEEE compliance & RoHS

by Niton UK Limited     based in Woodmancott, Winchester, UNITED KINGDOM

Niton instruments offer unprecedented performance for a variety of mining and metals exploration applications, all in the palm of your hand. Examples include: Geo-Chemical Exploration. Metal exploration and assessment. Survey & Ore-Body Assessment. Mine Mapping, Development & Grade Control. Mill Heads & Tailings. Smelter Operations. Environmental Monitoring. Mining & Mineral Assessment.

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