Organics Refuse Derived Fuel

RDF production is an essential and integral part of a modern society’s waste management options. Refuse-derived fuel (RDF) is a fuel produced from various types of waste such as municipal solid waste (MSW), industrial waste or commercial waste.

 

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The Importance of Refuse derived fuel (RDF) as a Fuel

RDF production is an essential and integral part of a modern society’s waste management options. By means of a range of transformative processes, waste can be converted into a useful product which can replace high-grade fossil fuels. Subject to form, moisture content and calorific value, RDF can be used in a range of industrial processes from fluidised bed combustion, to cement kilns and in RDF-fired power generation facilities.

The RDF Process

RDF is made from many different types of waste material and has been used successfully as an alternative, sustainable fuel that is a suitable replacement for fossil fuels. That means we can keep fossil fuel in the ground – where it belongs.

RDF as a Sustainable Fuel

RDF consists largely of combustible components of such waste, as non recyclable plastics (not including PVC), paper cardboard, labels, and other corrugated materials. These fractions are separated by different processing steps and then shredding or pelletised to produce a homogeneous material which can be used as substitute for fossil fuels in many processes.

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