Solutions for Low-Calorific Industrial Waste
Solid Residual Materials: Turnkey or Component Solutions
This concept leads to a considerable saving of primary energy, the reduction of landfill waste and costs and is therefore of particular value for industries with high energy demands.
Saving Energy during Waste Paper Recycling
In the paper industry, some 10 to 20% of the waste paper that goes into the recycling process is left over as residual material, depending on the process used.
Oschatz has developed a concept specifically for this energy-intensive sector that not only guarantees that these residual materials are utilized in line with current environmental legislation, but also achieves considerable savings in respect of primary energy.
The residual materials are incinerated in a furnace and boiler plant. This combination of thermal utilisation with a combined heat and power (CHP) generation process significantly reduces emissions and their impact on the environment.
In addition, the amount of waste dumped in landfill sites is greatly reduced, as are the costs of disposing of such waste.