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Waste processor

Hauling waste is expensive. Disposal costs are significant for processing Municipal Solid Waste (MSW), packaged goods organics and industrial residual waste loads to material recovery facilities (MRF), landfills or thermal destruction facilities.

Why not a better way.

Normalize the waste mechanically to reduce the weight by up to 70% and the volume by up to 80%.

Machines are designed to process a broad range of waste, be it mixed or segregated, to allow re-use of valuable recyclable materials, thus supporting the user’s effort to separate waste streams in compliance with the best environmental practice.

  1. MIXED, unsorted waste
  2. FOOD Waste (non pulped)
  3. SEGREGATED RECYCLABLES (paper/cardboard)
  4. SEGREGATED RECYCLABLES (plastic, glass, metal tins and cans, aluminum)
  5. CLINICAL | MEDICAL Waste 

 

In less than 30 minutes the  systems convert waste into a processed raw material, which has been pasteurised (or sterilised) and is stable, reusable and dry; it can be stored for up to 6 months without further decay and can be easily and safely transported. to process a broad range

 

Reduce waste handling & transport costs

Improve worker health and safety

Capitalize on waste to energy business opportunities

 

The  waste processors are a variable speed impact mill designed to process seamlessly mixed solid waste and organic fractions. The process which produces a residual product that is pasteurised (or sterilised), dry, homogenous, finely shredded, unrecognisable, and stable.

The processed waste can be stored at room temparature, in simple bags, for up to 6 months, dramatically reducing transport needs and improving the whole waste logistic cycle.

The processed waste can be classified as SRF (Solid Recovered Fuel), used as a soil improver or sent to disposal at a fraction of the current waste disposal cost.

Ideal solution to process end of shelf-life packaged good waste:

  • Waste crushed and macerated
  • Moisture evaporated at 100oC
  • Then sterilised at 151oC
  • Used in military and clinical environments
  • Potentially explosive vapours not an issue
  • Working pressure designed to deal with glycol
    • The residual liquid condensate will contain the evaporated ethanol/glycol
    • UPSIDE potential: product recovery for re-use
  • Produces ’fluff’ that is rich in CV, low in moisture and therefore ideal feedstock for the PyroVore Waste-2-Energy pyrolysis platform.