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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What is SRF (Solid Recovered Fuel)?

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SRF (Solid Recovered Fuel) is a fuel produced by shredding and dehydrating solid waste, typically consisting of combustible components of municipal solid waste (MSW) such as; Biodegradable waste; food and kitchen waste, green waste, paper. Recyclable material; paper; glass, bottles, cans, metals, certain plastics, fabrics, clothes, etc. Inert waste; construction and demolition waste; dirt, rocks, debris. Composite wastes; waste clothing, Tetra-Packs, waste plastics such as …

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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 …

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What is Solid Recovered Fuel (SRF)?

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Solid Recovered Fuel – also known as SRF – is a fossil fuel replacement that has a calorific value of between 17 and 22 mega joules per kilogramme.   What are the benefits of Solid Recovered Fuel?  Using solid recovered fuel instead of coal or petcoke helps to preserve natural resources and to reduce emissions. Solid recovered fuel is helping …

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Solid Recovered Fuel SRF – a resource?

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Solid Recovered Fuel SRF is still classified as a waste material, not a product, despite the fact it is manufactured to a quality specification and is a resource from which energy can be recovered. SRF potential Impending landfill targets, the increasing depletion of fossil fuels and the need to improve the UK’s waste agenda, everything seems to point towards Solid Recovered …