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KIV - Waste to Energy System

by KIV     based in Vransko, SLOVENIA

The system's main characteristics are - smaller specific costs per unit, optimal heat efficiency, small operational and maintenance costs, with full automation of the process, great environmental acceptability, reconciliation with the regulations of the most demanding countries, such as the countries of the EU.

AMSCO - Waste to Energy

by AMSCO Wear Products Inc.     based in Goshen, NEW YORK (USA)

If you are involved in converting waste to energy using shredders, we have the parts you need to help keep them running reliably and efficiently. We provide the highest quality and longest lasting hammers and grates for the waste-to-energy (WtE) or energy-from-waste (EfW) industries. When you need great service, replacement wear parts, ...

JFE - Model Hyper Z Series - Waste to Energy Plants

by JFE Engineering America Inc.     based in Long Beach, CALIFORNIA (USA)

JFE Engineering reviewed waste to energy plant technology and prices in all stages from the design, construction to operation and finally established a brand “Hyper Z Series' with both high performance and life cycle cost reduction. In pursuit of the Hyper Z Series, we optimized specifications, standardized of equipment and made an ...

RWL Water - Waste-to-Energy

by RWL Water LLC     based in Minneapolis, MINNESOTA (USA)

RWL Water’s experience, skills, awareness of, and attention to energy savings have ledto optimal completion of the industrial cycle by recycling process waste. We are expertsin the installation of anaerobic treatment systems and the development of cost-effectivesolutions for our customers. RWL Water offers customized plants for the production of ...

Waste to Energy

by BEKON Energy Technologies GmbH & Co. KG     based in Unterföhring, GERMANY

This process is characterised by generating energy from biomass with garage-shaped digesters / fermentation containers. The digesters are constructed gas-tight and wheeled loaders or front loaders can be used for emptying/filling. Usually, multiple digesters are combined into one block and can be operated with time lags in batch operation. Since ...

JFE - Stoker Incinerators for Waste To Energy Plant

by JFE Engineering America Inc.     based in Long Beach, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Stoker incinerators are the most widely used intermediate disposal technology for waste and play a leading role in waste disposal in Japan. JFE Engineering’s Hyper Grate system is the backbone of the industry with a high reputation among customers.

Moldow - Waste-to-Energy and Power Stations

by Moldow A/S     based in Holsted, DENMARK

Moldow has many years of experiance with fans for waste-to-energy plants and power stations.

Waste 2 Energy Recovery

by Kaojai Green Energy     based in Surin, THAILAND

In a presentation about waste energy recovery systems, also known as “Waste 2 Energy” recovery systems, one of the attending consultants asked me this: in simple words can you tell me what’s the real benefit with W2E systems and why are they not being used on more projects?Well the only comparison I could come up with quickly was this: W2E systems ...

Ecomation - Model Series ETA - Waste to Energy Systems

by Ecomation Oy     based in Salo, FINLAND

ECOMATION converts used tires to fuel and valuable raw materials. Series ETA is Ecomation’s complete solution for tire recycling Treatment capacities are from 0,3 - 3 metric tons/h. (2000 -20 000 tons/year) or even more with paraller units. The state of the art thermocatalytic process of the process line can work 24/7 producing reusable = ...

Waste-to-Energy Systems

by Organic Power Solutions     based in Indianapolis, INDIANA (USA)

American-made, factory built and tested OPS pyrolysis waste-to-energy systems are all scalable, modular and meet nearly all space requirements and waste volumes for locations around the world. Over 99% of waste converts into energy and co-products when introduced into the pyrolysis technology with every OPS pyrolysis waste-to-energy system. Waste ...

Waste to Energy Systems

by Herhof GmbH     based in Solms, GERMANY

By the term waste to energy, we mean recycling of energy from waste and residual material. Household and industrial waste as well as biomass is suitable for the process. The new EC guideline 1999/31/EC was already put into national law in Germany in June 2005. This made the subject waste to energy become more important. Ever since then, only ...

Waste to Energy Plants

by Tuba Turbine GmbH     based in Frankfurt am Main, GERMANY

Incineration is a waste treatment process that involves the combustion of organic substances contained in waste materials. An incinerator is a furnace for burning waste. Incineration and other high-temperature waste treatment systems are described as 'thermal treatment'. This converts the waste into ash, flue gas, and heat. There are various types ...

BWE Waste to energy

by bwe biogas-weser-ems GmbH & Co. KG     based in Friesoythe, GERMANY

Bwe has built successful biogas plants that work with different kinds of organic waste for more than ten years now. The organic waste produced daily by our society is used to produce thermal and electrical energy, thus making an important contribution to climate protection replacing fossil fuels. The organic waste is not always as clean as you ...

Foood Waste to Energy Technology

by BioNova     based in Kinna, SWEDEN

The treatment and disposal of food waste remains an expensive problem for many companies. Tightening regulation has limited the options available and the emerging approaches are conventionally geared around transporting the waste to be expensively processed with little benefit to the company or the environment. BioNova is an innovative solution ...

EnviWaste - Our Waste to Energy Plants

by EnviTec Biogas AG     based in Lohne, GERMANY

Every farm or food enterprise generates by-products which are eminently suited to biogas production. The targeted utilisation of organic waste can help generate energy and heat. This lowers overall production costs and is also good for the environment. In short: what you would normally dispose of is a valuable source of energy.

Biomass and Waste to Energy Boilers

by ANSALDO CALDAIE S.p.A. - Sofinter Group     based in Gallarate (VA), ITALY

AC BOILERS SpA, formerly Ansaldo Caldaie, has a longstanding history in manufacturing and supply of Biomass and Waste to Energy Boilers firing a variety of fuels . Among our major references, we would like to highlight the boilers installed at Brescia Biomass and Waste-to-Energy Plant in Italy and the Le Gol coal/bagasse fired boiler in La Reunion ...

Waste to Energy Systems

by Raven Knight     based in Vista, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Waste to Energy is the process of creating energy in the form of electricity, synthetic fuels or heat from the combustion, gasification or pyrolysis/thermal distillation of waste source.  WTE is a form of energy recovery. WTE processes produce electricity  or produce a combustible fuel commodity, such as methane, methanol, ethanol or ...

Waste-to-Energy Technology

by ZHZ Group     based in Concord, ONTARIO (CANADA)

The process of burning garbage to generate power, known as waste-to-energy, is among the cleanest sources of electrical power in the world. Converting garbage to energy reduces the volume of the garbage used by 95 percent, saving space in local landfills while providing a viable and economical alternative to the use of fossil and nuclear fuels.

EPT - Waste-to-Energy Systems

by Gurney Environmental Ltd.     based in Kings Lynn, UNITED KINGDOM

Proven EPT anaerobic digestion systems with biogas recovery and energy generation turns a non-productive process into a cost-offsetting one. GURNEY ENVIRONMENTAL offers packages with a proven track record. Gurney Environmental are the UK's distributor for W2E, an International waste water treatment company that provides highly efficient anaerobic ...

Phoenix - Waste To Energy Plants

by Phoenix Industries, LLC     based in North Las Vegas, NEVADA (USA)

Generate clean energy from a variety of processed waste streams such as municipal solid waste (MSW) or shredded tires. The self-sustaining system produces high quality 600-750 Btu syngas and activated carbon in a closed loop, non-pressurized system that produces virtually no emissions due to the patented de-volatization process. The syngas is used ...

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