Solid Recovered Fuel (SRF) System

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 …

Solid Recovered Fuel (SRF)

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 …

Waste Management

Shipment of waste in Europe

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Thanks to rising landfill tax rates, excess treatment capacity in some European countries and excess shipping capacity, the shipment of waste in Europe has risen. Waste treatment is a global issue.  International transport networks continue to develop and the ever wealthier societies of developed countries present more and more resource management challenges and opportunities, as waste producers and handlers seek …

Waste Screen C&I

Why is the UK exporting waste, if waste is such a valuable resource?

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The surge in the UK exporting waste is bringing in money, but with issues around energy security and resource scarcity, the UK might be missing an opportunity at home. British exporters are facing some worrying headwinds. The value of the pound is riding high and the engines of economic recovery in the Eurozone (the UK’s main export market) are yet to …

Waste Derived Fuel

UK is not making the most of the waste derived fuel and recyclable material it produces and is sending too much abroad

News, Waste-to-Energy

The UK is not making the most of the waste derived fuel and recyclable material it produces and is sending too much abroad, according to a parliamentary inquiry report published today (November 28). The Associate Parliamentary Sustainable Resource Group (APSRG) report also warned that a lack of quality in the waste supply chain is limiting the UK’s export options and …

RDF Conference

Exporting RDF ‘better’ than landfill

RDF, Waste-to-Energy

Exporting waste as RDF is more environmentally beneficial than landfilling it in the UK if it travels within 2,300 kilometres by boat or 1,265 kilometres by road, according to Dutch energy firm Afval Energie Bedrijf (AEB). The research was conducted on behalf of the Dutch firm by research consultancy CE Delft, and highlighted in AEB’s 2012 sustainability report. AEB’s two …

Waste to Energy Technology Shipping to a Customer

RDF, Recycling Solutions, Waste-to-Energy

Waste to Energy Technology Shipping to a Customer   M&K M&K is the leading supplier of innovative materials/waste processing technology and waste management & process expertise. Combining unparalleled technological manufacturing capabilities with decades of marketplace and application expertise, M&K delivers an insightful, personable and value-adding service which has cemented the company’s position as the number one waste machinery provider. Our …

Waste to Energy Technology Shipping to a customer

RDF, Waste-to-Energy

Waste to Energy Technology Shipping to a customer Recovered Fuel Waste to Energy Technology Recovered fuels consist mainly of waste paper, cardboard, wood and LDPE and other light fractions of materials. These materials have been passed through the MRF process and are no longer able to be recycled; these materials normally go straight to Landfill.  Recovered fuel source products can …