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Create high-value RDF with MSW and C&I waste
Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) is produced from combustible components of municipal solid waste (MSW). The waste is shredded, dried and baled and then burned to produce electricity, thereby making good use of waste that otherwise might have ended up in landfill. MSW and C&I wastes are increasingly seen as a resource, largely driven by legislation and the increasing scarcity of some materials.
With most MSW and Commercial and Industrial waste, input may vary. Reliable systems need to be able to handle various input streams with control of the calorific value and size of the RDF output as well as separating the valuable commodities, such as plastics from the waste stream. Differences in physical properties, such as size and shape of different objects, density, weight, ect. allows ferrous and non-ferrous, plastics, glass, stones, and fines to be effectively separated from the MSW or C&I stream. These valuables are then fit for reuse. This is the very reason why Bollegraaf provides customer-specific solutions, which enable you to be versatile, therefore optimising profitability.
Performance is key
Bollegraaf’s waste processing systems have an excellent track record of low down-time. They also give you full control of the calorific value and size of the RDF output. This means that you can provide your customers with on-spec RDF. It makes us partner of choice for major waste processing companies worldwide. We have been engineering, building and implementing sorting systems worldwide for more than 50 years, with excellent Returns on Investment.