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Composting and biological drying systems

Biological stabilisation (drying):
  • In contrast to thermal drying, no fossil fuels or external heat are required (low power consumption)
  • Landfill reduction achievable by 85%
  • Inerts can be used as landfill cover
  • Less space required due to the short retention time of the waste in the bio-drying plant (4-10 days)
  • Outgoing products meet industry requirements (solid substitute fuels, metals, recyclable materials)
  • Solid substitute fuels are considered a high-quality fuel for recognised thermal processes (coal power plants, cement kilns, etc.)
  • Proven and reliable technology
Box composting:
  • Optimised microbial environment
  • Accelerate natural decay and composting compared to conventional composting plants
  • Reduction of organic waste
  • Converting remaining organic waste into compost
  • Sanitation of the raw material guaranteed
  • Closed system
  • Odour control according to European requirements
  • Recycling of condensate