Waste to Fuel
Fossil CO2 emissions of SRF are significantly smaller than those of coal. With BMH’s advanced waste refining technology, it is possible to economically and efficiently generate huge amounts of sustainable energy.
The TYRANNOSAURUS® Waste to Fuel is a solution that refines waste into environmentally friendly SRF/RDF fuel, which can be used to substitute fossil fuels. The process also separates recyclable materials.
All equipment operate seamlessly together by high level of automation. All Waste to Fuel solutions by BMH Technology are customised according to the in-feed material and desired fuel quality.
Why choose BMH ?
We deliver all the needed equipment and know them inside out. This makes a smoothly running system with comprehensive guarantee and easy maintenance.
Robust construction and high level of automation, including MIPS® (Massive Impact Protection System), guarantee the best availability.
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LOW OPERATING COSTS
BMH layouts come in compact size and fit into limited spaces. ZeroGap®shredding means high capacity and accurate separation.
TYRANNOSAURUS® Waste refining process examples
Energy waste to high quality fuel < 80mm
This example process is designed to refine dry ICW or MSW into high quality SRF/RDF to be used in power plants.
The dual-line processing plant is capable of processing up to 80 tons of dry ICW or MSW per hour, depending on the input quality. The end product is high quality SRF/RDF with yield from 60% up to 95%, depending on separation equipment settings and requirements for fuel characteristics.
With just modest 4 000 h/a, the annual processed input amount would be approx. 320 000 tons. With 75% yield and 15 MJ/kg SRF, the thermal output would be sufficient to run approx. 130 MWthφ modern CFB boiler through the year, if the boiler is run 7 800 h/a. This would convert to electricity production of approx. 40-50 MWe or more. In annual production it would correspond to approx. 390 000 MWh. All of these values are subject to change as a function of many variables, such as annual operating hours, ICW characteristics, SRF/RDF requirements and yield, available boiler type and capacity etc.
High moisture domestic waste to alternative fuel < 80mm
This example process is designed to refine MSW with high organic content into SRF/RDF. The target is to maximise the amount and the quality of SRF/RDF and at the same time minimise the amount of rejects that require landfilling. The input material is of mixed nature, containing large quantities of organics and inert materials such as stones and soil.
The plant is capable of handling up to approx. 70–80 tons of MSW in one hour, depending on the MSW quality. The end products are SRF/RDF and recovered recyclables. In special applications, the separated inert materials can be used as raw material in cement production.
With typical 4 000 annual operating hours, the capacity is approx. 300 000 tons per year. With an estimated SRF yield of 70% the amount of produced SRF would be approx. 210 000 tons in a year, the remaining 90 000 tons being good quality inert alternative raw materials.
The annual SRF production would be sufficient for a cement plant with approximately 6 000 tons per day clinker production, running at approx. 30-40 overall fuel substitution rate. All of these values are subject to change as a function of many variables, such as annual operating hours, MSW characteristics, SRF/RDF requirements and yield etc.
Energy waste to superfluff < 25mm
This example process is designed to refine ICW or dry MSW into SRF to be used in cement production or in power plants.
The four fine shredders of the plant reduce the fuel particles into < 25mm size, allowing rapid combustion in any thermal application. This processing plant, equipped with two main shredders and four fine shredders, is capable of handling up to 80 tons of ICW or dry MSW per hour, depending on the waste quality and ratio of fine shredding requirement.
With typical 4 000 annual operating hours the capacity is approx. 300 000 tons per year. The end product is high quality SRF in < 25 mm particle size, as well as separated materials to be refined into recyclable raw materials.
All of these values are subject to change as a function of many variables, such as annual operating hours, MSW characteristics, SRF/RDF requirements and yield etc.
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