Addfield TB and Energy Recovery Unit

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19/12/16

Energy Recovery from the Combustion of (MSW)

Energy recovery from waste is the conversion of non-recyclable waste materials into useable heat, electricity, through a variety of processes, including combustion, gasification, pyrolization, and Incineration ATTS (Advanced Thermal Solution. This process is often called (WtE) waste to energy or (WfW) wealth from Waste.

recovery from waste is the conversion of non-recyclable waste materials into usable heat, electricity, through a variety of processes, including combustion, gasification, pyrolization, and Incineration ATTS (Advanced Thermal Solution. This process is often called (WtE) waste to energy or (WfW) wealth from Waste.

Energy Recovery from Combustion

Confined and controlled burning, known as combustion, can not only decrease the volume of solid waste destined for landfills but can also recover energy from the waste burning process. This generates a renewable energy source and reduces carbon emissions by offsetting the need for energy from fossil sources and reduces methane generation from landfills.

The heat released from burning is then converted to Hot Water, Hot Air and in some cases steam, which is then sent to a turbine generator to produce electricity.

As the gas stream travels through these filters, more than 99 percent of particulate matter is removed. Captured fly ash particles fall into hoppers (funnel-shaped receptacles) and are transported by an enclosed conveyor system to the ash discharger.

At addfield, our ATTS (Advanced Thermal Treatment Solutions) and CHP (Combined Heat and Power) energy recovery systems are at the forefront of the modern technological breakthrough. Generating 1 Megawatt of electricity per hour (dependant on engine size)

Addfield has a continual re-investment policy into research and development when offering innovative solutions for both waste and power. Our waste to energy systems allows the user to be more efficient with managing the waste at the source whilst generating thermal and electrical power from the waste which typically would have been sent to landfill.

The systems that we supply can be stand alone or fully modular for future expansion, return on investment can be less than 12 months dependent on the waste stream being treated. All of our systems can be retrofitted onto most of our equipment whether it be batch loaded or a continuous system.

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Call our experts on 01543 571280 to see how we can help you and your thermal recovery solutions or email sales@addfield.co.uk

 

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