How it works

THE DISPOSAL
process

01

ENTRANCE

Sanitation vehicles enter the facility and unload the unseparated residues in the waste storage tanks. From there the materials are moved into a waste crushing machine using a electro-hydraulic polyp attached the bridge crane.

02

SEPARATION

Waste containing ferrous residues are separated with the help of a magnetic spearator: an electromagnet lift the iron form the solid urban waste that transit on a conveyor belt that leads them into a special tank, while an eddy current separator collects the non-ferrous materials. A rotating magnetic field with a high frequency 350-1,000 Hz, generates repulsion in non-ferrous metals, they are therefore launched in proportion to the ratio between their conductivity and specific weight. Therefore metals such as aluminum, copper, silver, zinc, tin, lead, etc. are separated.

02

Separation

Waste containing ferrous residues are separated with the help of a magnetic spearator: an electromagnet lift the iron form the solid urban waste that transit on a conveyor belt that leads them into a special tank, while an eddy current separator collects the non-ferrous materials. A rotating magnetic field with a high frequency 350-1,000 Hz, generates repulsion in non-ferrous metals, they are therefore launched in proportion to the ratio between their conductivity and specific weight. Therefore metals such as aluminum, copper, silver, zinc, tin, lead, etc. are separated.

03

shredding

Urban waste, deprived of metal components, is sent to the shredding plant, then to a exsiccation plant and finally through a charger to the pyrolytic oven inlet.

04

heat

Inside the cylinder the waste is moved by a worm screw that drives the product towards the exit. The cylinder is surrounded by refractory bricks that heat the introduced waste. A heat generator heats the bricks using either the gas produced by the treatment or using external gas.

04

heat

Inside the cylinder the waste is moved by a worm screw that drives the product towards the exit. The cylinder is surrounded by refractory bricks that heat the introduced waste. A heat generator heats the bricks using either the gas produced by the treatment or using external gas.

05

Syngas Production

The produced syngas remains in the reactor for a few seconds after which it continues its path in the filtering, cooling and washing systems.

06

syngas storage

The Syngas exiting from the reactor has a yellowish color because it is rich in impurities, and becomes colorless  after being washed. The organic part recovered from the washing is sent back to the pyrolysis head. The purified Syngas is sent through special fittings and valves to the engines, while the excess gas is sent to an external storage tank.

06

Syngas storage

The Syngas exiting from the reactor has a yellowish color because it is rich in impurities, and becomes colorless  after being washed. The organic part recovered from the washing is sent back to the pyrolysis head. The purified Syngas is sent through special fittings and valves to the engines, while the excess gas is sent to an external storage tank.

07

Elimination of residues

At the bottom of the plant there remains a solid part composed of coal and inert material that is eliminated by augers and sent in a special container.

08

REPORT

All data is shown on the displays and on the main computer in the engine room.

08

Report

All data is shown on the displays and on the main computer in the engine room.

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