Manufacturing a consistent, high-quality SRF

Manufacturing a consistent high-quality SRF

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Manufacturing a consistent high-quality SRF The 3 key characteristics of manufacturing a consistent high-quality SRF product are particle size, calorific value and moisture content.

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Cement plant converts kilns for waste-derived fuel (SRF)

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Around 80,000 tonnes of waste-derived fuel (SRF) per year is to be used to power two kilns at the “largest” cement plant in the UK. The Hope Works cement plant in Derbyshire will take in solid recovered fuel (SRF) from Lincolnshire-based waste firm Mid UK Recycling Ltd as well as councils in the surrounding area. The new system, which was …

M&K’s relentless quest to enhance srf production efficiency pays dividends for an SRF customer

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  M&K’s relentless quest to enhance production efficiency pays dividends for an SRF customer. Part 1 of a project to stream line customers existing process while ensuring the best approach to health, safety & the environment.   M&K is the leading supplier of innovative materials/waste processing technology and waste management & process expertise. Combining unparalleled technological manufacturing capabilities with decades …

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Investment in a new Solid Recovered Fuel (SRF) facility is the key to Yorwaste’s success

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With the opening of its new Solid Recovered Fuel (SRF) facility at the end of 2012, waste and recycling company Yorwaste is supporting a step-change within the UK waste industry with a shift in focus from waste processing to profitable fuel production. It is widely acknowledged that the UK must do more to reduce its landfill contributions and instead harness …