Solid Waste Treatment

Solid Waste Treatment

“From Solid Waste to Energy”
Db Technology is among the most modern waste treatment technologies. The pressing and extrusion process is a successful option for waste handlers or recyclers, local government departments, landfill owners, territorial managers of hydro-geological departments and technicians in charge of safeguarding the environment.”

The Principle
Municipal solid waste is essentially composed of five main material groups:
1. Biodegradable waste.
2. Water
3. Minerals, (glass, sand, stones)
4. Metals
5. Solid rest Waste ( plastic, cardboard, wood, textiles, paper etc)
By applying the Municipal Solid Waste to an extremely high pressure,
the organic and wet fractions are fluidized. In the perforated
compression chamber, the solid and fibrous fractions remain. The
organic and wet fraction are pressed through the perforation.

The Result
The municipal solid waste is split into a dry and a wet fraction, the
physical and biological characteristics of which allow for advantageous
disposal system

The dry fractions
The dry fraction can be used as a raw material for refuse-derived fuel
(RDF use as fuel for the creation of thermal or electrical energy).
– It can be separated in special sorting plants.

The wet Fraction
The wet organic fraction is very good biodegradable
Aerobic processing, composting, to make fertilizers
Anaerobic digestion, to generate biogas for energyechase