Holcim prepares for SRF production in Vietnam

Work is underway to commission a solid recovered fuel (SRF) manufacturing plant in Vietnam, for among the world’s leading cement and aggregates specialists, Switzerland-based Holcim. The plant will process solid footwear production waste from the state’s chief shoe factory, to make a fossil fuel replacement that local cement kiln calciner is ’sed by will power Holcim. The machine consists of an anti-explosive Atex-specification XR3000 Cutter waste shredder over- band magnet, control room and water -powered fire suppression technology. Metals pulled and will likely be liberated for recycling. The complete plant…

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ANDRITZ to Supply New Power Boiler for the Pohang Waste-to-energy Plant, South Korea

Worldwide technologies Team ANDRITZ has obtained an order from provide to POSCO E&C essential gear a that was for 50-megawatt bubbling fluidized bed boiler fired with refuse-derived fuel for the green-field waste to-energy plant The range of supply also has basic engineering along with supervisory solutions for erection and commissioning. The plant will utilise 100,000 short tons of pre-handled waste each year and create power for 20,000 homes in S. Korea, so conserving 85,000 short tons of carbon dioxide emissions every year. ANDRITZ (andritz.com) is a worldwide leading provider of…

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Biome Bioplastics provides guiding voice in industrial biotechnology

Paul Mines, biome Bioplastics CEO, continues to be appointed to the management board of a government-financed body -disciplinary communities in the industrial biotechnology sector. The Lignocellulosic Biorefinery Network (LBNet) is an active community of industrial practitioners and leading academics generating economic value through innovative substance, material and fuel procedures that use lignocellulosic biomass instead to petroleum-derived inputs. With the production of biofuels and bio-based substances raising, lignocellulosic technologies are an essential option for empowering using non-food crops for these processes and developing efficient and sustainable ways of filling material needs…

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