Waste, collected selectively or mixed, are shredded, screened/separated and processed in order to obtain waste-based combustible fractions, alternative fuel for cement factories and thermal power plants.
The typical process starts with processing/shredding the waste with a primary shredder, followed by screening/separating the organic component/biodegradable fraction (if any). The process continues with the separation of two-dimensional (highly caloric) and three-dimensional fractions and is completed with fine shredding, in order to provide the fraction with high calorific value, usable as alternative fuel.
The process is designed and sized according to the requirements of the customers and the composition of the input material. The input material composition and the end product user’s requests, RDF or SRF, are key factors in designing the flow and the equipment.