With Energy Recycling We Preserve the Natural Resources of the Planet
We formulate alternative fuel by recycling hazardous and non-hazardous solid waste using the best available technology for this type of waste, generated as part of industrial processes. Among other advantages, we reduce the carbon footprint, we contribute to the conservation of natural resources, and we reduce the amount of solids sent to landfill.
Waste materials that can be converted into alternative fuel have the virtue of having a high energy value such as solids, rags, filters, wood, plastic, cardboard, contaminated with paints, solvents, resins, oils or fats.
Alternative fuel has different phases in its preparation. First, the waste is inspected and separated to ensure that it is metal-free. In our plant, they are processed through a conveyor belt where they are subjected to a vibration process that separates powders and small particles. These powders and particles are recaptured by filters and special containers.
Finally, this waste passes through a shredder that generates pieces of uniform material in size (less than 2 inches) that are mixed homogeneously to ensure that it has the calorific value required to be used in high temperature industrial furnaces.
Alternative fuel can:
- Reduce the consumption of fossil fuels
- Reduces combustion and the emission of pollutants.
- Reduces the emission of greenhouse gases.
We recycle a wide range of halogenated and non-halogenated solvents
In the Solvent Recycling process we use German technology with a highly energy efficient plant that results in a high recovery volume. This is a closed solvent distillation process that reduces VOC (Volatile Organic Compound, VOC) emissions and enables the recycling and sustainable processing of chemicals.
To ensure the quality of the solvent recycling process, initially distillation tests are carried out on the sampled solvents to determine their operating and recovery parameters. This process guarantees that the recycled solvent will be exactly of the required quality. for the client.
Lastly, the plant is programmed at agreed times and parameters and throughout the distillation process continuous tests and sampling are carried out to check the quality of the recovered solvent. Finally, the recovered solvent is reused in the generator processes to restart the virtuous cycle of reuse.
The distillation bottoms (sediments and other matters separated from the solvent) are sent to an alternate fuel formulation plant.
Types of Solvents
Thinner, Alcohols, Acetone, Methyl ethyl ketone, Ethyl Acetate, Halogenated.