Waste Refining Solutions

No waste should go to waste. TYRANNOSAURUS® waste refining solutions offer an economical and environmentally friendly alternative to fossil fuels by turning waste into energy and profit with high availability and low production costs. The produced fuel is low in CO2 emissions, yet it has an excellent calorific value.

GPSC pre-shredder

Why choose BMH ?


We deliver all the needed equipment and know them inside out. This makes a smoothly running system with maximum guarantee and easy maintenance.


Robust construction and high level of automation, including MIPS® (Massive Impact Protection System), guarantee the best availability.


BMH layouts come in compact size and fit into limited spaces. ZeroGap® shredding  means high capacity and accurate separation.


Waste-to-fuel layout

BMH Technology offers fully integrated, industrial scale solutions for waste refining and  handling. The TYRANNOSAURUS® process turns MSW (Municipal Solid Waste) and ICW (Industrial and Commercial Waste) into SRF (Solid Recovered Fuel) or RDF (Refuse Derived Fuel). Local, affordable and environmentally friendly SRF/RDF can then be used for replacing coal and other fossil fuels in power boilers and cement kilns.

The strength of BMH solutions lies in the robustness, availability and high capacity of the equipment. Our key references include SRF/RDF production plants, which are integrated to efficient boilers and cement kilns with annual waste processing capacity of 100 to 1000 thousand tons per year.

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Waste to Fuel

Refining waste into SRF (Solid Recovered Fuel) or RDF (Refuse Derived Fuel) means removing hazardous components, separating recyclables and cutting the waste to an optimal size for combustion.

Waste to Flame

With BMH waste refining systems, a wide range of materials can be converted into alternative fuels (SRF/RDF) to be used in cement production - at a profit.


Waste to Electricity

BMH power plant solutions are built with supreme fuel flexibility. SRF and RDF can be co-fired with biomass, peat, agro-based and fossil fuels in power generation.


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