From waste to fuel

The IGEM 2010 International Greentech & Eco Products Exhibition & Conference, Kuala Lumpur/Malaysia (14.–17.10.2010) was or­ganized in order to provide an essential platform to feature innovative green technologies and services in the Asian regions. A TEC presented its “From waste to fuel concept” on the 14.10.2010 and promoted its Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) preparation plant. The waste preparation plant is adapted to the needs of the Asian market: application of reliable equipment, mobile plant facilities, low cost technology guaranteeing minimum and easy maintenance of the equipment as well as fulfilment of environmental standards. In addition A TEC presented the possibilities of implementing feeding systems and modifications for the application of RDF in the cement plant. A TEC’s complete solution for an optimized pyro process makes it possible to reduce CO2 and other emissions; lower energy costs as well as conserve valuable resources.

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