MRF or sorting plants today are the interface between consumers and recycling plants. The lightweight packaging from bags, bins and containers arrives here in mixed form and, after being sorted carefully into the individual fractions, leave as "mono fraction" bales of tinplate, aluminium, composites and plastics.
Traditional landfill sites, if not properly managed, can emit massive amounts of landfill gases which are toxic to the environment. Landfill management by baling is a method which involves homogenising the waste and sealing them into air and watertight bales. Bale contents are rendered biologically inert while retaining their original high-calorific value. The compact size of the bales optimises the use of landfill space without releasing harmful pollutants.
Waste transfer is an integral part of waste management - efficient transfer of waste to landfills away from city centres frees up valuable land and reduces pollutants. We offer a holistic system for waste transfer, featuring high-tech waste transfer stations. A waste transfer station is a facility specially designed to compact and treat waste for landfilling or incineration. After compaction at a waste transfer station, waste carried by six trucks can be loaded onto just one trailer to be transported to landfill or incineration treatment sites, significantly reducing transportation costs and resources.
MBT is the process of neutralizing waste including food waste through fermentation. This process produces energy in the form of biogas, which can be resold or used in small townships or industries, as well as compost, which can be used in agriculture as a fertilizer or soil improver. It is suitable for the treatment of both solid and liquid waste. A similar process can also be used for the treatment of sludge from wastewater treatment plants. This process produces renewable energy and improves the fertilizing quality of the sludge.