MD Metal Trading in Thailand used to inspect non-ferrous scrap metal and second hand steel structures through trial and error either by cutting, grinding or melting in order to meet smelter standards. However, as technology has advanced, so have the types of metal being manufactured which has made verification more difficult.
Everyone is talking about Explosion Safety and the associated effects in conventional production plants. It’s also an important issue in other areas. One of them is the recycling industry where, during the separation, shredding and processing of combustible materials explosion-prone dusts are created.
A waste incineration plant produces exhaust gases during the incineration process. These gases need to be cleaned. Therefore hearth furnace coke is used continuously and, if needed, lime hydrate. Both materials are stored in silos. Via a rotary valve the two materials are blown from the storage places into a conveying air flow and thereby reach the exhaust gas stream which they clean. Continue reading »
TOMRA Sorting Recycling Introduces AUTOSORT COLOR for Separating Glass from MSW
TOMRA Sorting Recycling has introduced AUTOSORT COLOR, a new machine which works in combination with AUTOSORT LASER to separate glass from municipal solid waste with unprecedented effectiveness. AUTOSORT COLOR achieves purity rates greater than 95% at high throughput rates, even when input materials are wet, dusty or dirty. Continue reading »
Waste Management in SE Europe – What are the Available Business Opportunities?
Thanks to today’s innovations waste management is becoming a more safer, responsible and cost-effective process. The growing waste stream has both local and global negative impact and through knowledge and technology transfer we can tackle the challenges. Continue reading »