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SRF solid recovered fuel

Why is it so Important that the UK Waste Industry Self Regulates SRF Quality

SRF Quality Rules! The use of refuse derived fuel (RDF) is an important subject due to the energy locked up within it, and it comprises a large component of today’s regulated waste disposal tonnage. Growing quantities of refuse derived fuel are becoming available as more waste processing facilities capable of separating waste materials into the […]

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WRG Announcement Gives Welcome Boost to UK Solid Recovered Fuel Market

It a good news announcement for UK MBT Plants. Global building solutions provider CEMEX is forming a partnership with the Waste Recycling Group (WRG) PLC to produce Climafuel, an renewable fuel known as SRF (Solid Recovered Fuel) derived from waste, for use in cement making at the Rugby cement plant.

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Waste Transfer Stations: Dead, or Alive and Kicking Inside MRFs and MBTs?

Transfer Stations – Are They Dead, or are they Alive and Living Under a New Name? Yes! Read on to find our where! Waste Transfer Stations are in reality just conveniently situated depots where refuse collection vehicles (RCVs) discharge their loads to avoid collection vehicles travelling uneconomic and unnecessary distances to distant landfills. The waste […]

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ArrowBio MBT & Anaerobic Digestion Facility Projects

In July 2007, Oaktech Environmental signed a contract with Avondale Environmental Ltd. to commence the Design Development of a 70,000 tonnes per annum ArrowBio facility at the Avondale Landfill Site in Falkirk, Scotland. The ArrowBio process is described as a unique, water-based mechanical-biological treatment for solid waste, which includes anaerobic digestion stages. ArrowBio’s strengths are […]

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