Producing energy from waste - everything about the cost saving technology

In recent years, the Israeli government Ministry of Environmental Protection's waste treatment policy has worked in perfect tandem with our company’s vision, and there is a guiding principle for the industry – "changing waste from a hazard into a resource".
We are currently working to reduce the amount of waste created in Israel on a number of fronts and in different ways, so that we can bring about a significant reduction in the amount of waste sent to landfills.

Refuse Derived Fuel (RFD), is defined by the Ministry of Environmental Protection  as a friendly method for the production of green energy (substances that do not emit toxins and contaminants)

- RDF is fuel produced by using waste-conversion technology to shred solid waste (dehydrate).
- RDF mainly comprises flammable municipal waste, such as nylon, cardboard, plastics, and cloth.

Production procedures:

  1. Insert the industrial waste
  2. Separate into containers for plastic, cardboard, metal, and glass
  3. A magnet station removes steel and heavy metals
  4. Use of a star-screen to sift retardant organic materials
  5. Separate into two kinds of containers:
    1. Metals
    2. Material for landfills
  6. Remove 20 mm RDF material.

Waste of this kind saves fuel and does not pollute the environment.  Recycled fuel production saves the use of fossil fuels generating economic savings.  Use of waste as raw material to produce green energy reduces pollution caused by transportation (energy savings) and greenhouse gas emission. It is a clean production process – a closed plant and closed storage of decomposable substances.