Work is underway to build a new SRF manufacturing plant in the UK, for one of the UK’s leading Solid Recovered Fuel (SRF) specialists, Lancashire Waste Recycling (LWR) The plant will process solid waste to create a fossil fuel substitute that will power local cement kiln.
Following a global search for the best-fit technology for this complex facility, LWR decided on a single-step Solid Recovered Fuel SRF solution from Waste to Energy (WtE) specialists M&K. The SRF manufacturing plant comprises an Untha XR3000 Waste Shredder, an M&K SWS286 2 Deck Waste Screen with integrated Flip Flow Deck, an M&K Air Density Separator, Eddy Current Separator, M&K Conveyors, M&K Control Panel, M&K Control Room c/w Air Conditioning, and Maintenance Walkways. The Solid Recovered Fuel (SRF) manufacturing plant is capable of processing up to 10 tonnes of material an hour to produce an 40mm fuel with high (15-20GJ/t) calorific value.
The SRF plant will be designed, manufactured, assembled and tested at M&K HQ before shipping to LWR, and is expected to be fully operational by November.
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