- Municipal solid waste (MSW)
- Commercial and industrial waste (C&I)
- Construction and demolition waste
- Pulp & Paper industry rejects
- Other waste fractions, bulky waste, organic waste, sorting residues
The outcome is valuable goods, such as high-calorific RDF, as well as non-combustible fractions.
MSW and C&I waste contain many different materials that need to be separated mechanically into a high- and a low-calorific fraction. This process involves shredding, screening and classifying of the material. Metals, inerts and organics are removed; light fractions with high-calorific value (e.g. plastics, textile and paper) remain. The RDF fraction could be used in the cement industry, steel furnaces or power stations, substituting coal and oil.
The high-quality Universal Rotary Shear UC and Universal Granulator UG are used for primary and secondary shredding. Quickly interchangeable screens allow many different output sizes.
In order to optimize the output quality shredding can be combined with